When a storm is on the horizon, your pavers probably won’t be top of mind. It may not be the first thing on your mind, but water drainage or the lack there of can greatly impact your ability to enjoy your pavers for years to come.
In part one of our article, we discussed how water and a lack of draining can affect your pavers. This second part will provide helpful solutions for prevention.
Preventative measures go a long way when it comes to maintaining your pavers but when it comes to flooding, you may have to employ other methods to minimize damage. We’ll discuss these below.
Seal Your Pavers
Sealing your pavers is a good preventative investment. A high-performance sealer will create a protective finish that will resist the effects of harsh weather conditions. If you want your pavers to last for years to come a paver sealing in Lutz is the best way to do so.
Permeable pavers are an excellent drainage solution. They allow some of the water to soak into the ground instead of blocking water from seeping into the ground like conventional pavers.
Most view retaining walls as a means to hold soil in place, but they also deter flood water and prevent erosion. Retaining walls are very effective in areas more prone to flooding.
Sump pumps will divert excess water away from your home.
Protect Your Investment
As a homeowner or business owner, you have taken the time to invest in the beautification of the exterior of your property by paving your driveway, walkways, sidewalks, or decks. Since they will be exposed to harsh weather conditions during hurricane season, you should make periodic paver sealing in Lutz a priority. Whether your property is residential or commercial, At Pressure Points, we can seal, repair, and provide you with a first-class paver restoration in Lutz, FL.