Are you tired of your concrete or asphalt driveway being broken and damaged? It's the best time to look at paving or repaving your landscaping with the start of summer. Take this opportunity to get the project completed, whether it be your driveway, sidewalk, patio, stairs, deck, or some other outdoor surface. Now, using concrete as the paving material may be your first idea, but there's another choice out there: rubber paving.
In contrast to other paving options, rubber paving is relatively new to the industry. This concrete substitute is rising in popularity across North America over the last 25 years. It is made of rubber, usually recycled tire crumbs, which is mixed to make a durable, attractive paving surface with adhesive and other ingredients.
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