Friday, April 18, 2014
Why You Should Consider H2 Turf Porous Pavement
If you’re planning to upgrade your residential or commercial property with a new walking trail, sidewalk, or parking spaces, consider using H2 Turf as an alternative to concrete or asphalt. Here are a few things to help you decide if our permeable pavement system is right for you.
The cost of building a new walkway or parking lot with H2 Turn porous pavement is usually a little higher than using standard materials, but for good reason. The expense of your initial investment will be offset by the face that our permeable pavement system will last much longer and require less maintenance than concrete.
H2 Turf porous pavement inherently requires less maintenance than standard substrates. This is because its permeable structure is design to hold on to water, causing it to flex and accommodate changing weather conditions. Since it won’t crack due to weather or tree root growth, the most maintenance it will require is occasional sweeping or light debris removal.
Permeable pavement products are designed to benefit the environment by keeping groundwater in its natural location. This type of pavement works by holding on to rainwater, allowing it to soak into the ground directly below the pavement. This benefits trees and other plants located nearby, as they will have a steady source of water.