The concept of interlocking paving dates well over 2000 years, back to the Roman Empire. The Romans developed a simple way of building roads, some of which are still in use today.
Asphalt Impressions concept has been developed into the more modern version.
The definition of "interlock" is 'to connect so that motion of any part is constrained by another'.
Just some of the advantages to interlocking paving are:
- Make a superior integrated system for residential and commercial vehicle requirements
- Requires minimal maintance when installed correctly
- No expansion joints required
- Resistant to spilled fuel and oil
- Easy to repair and/or replace
- Long design life
- Interlocking pavers do not crack like asphalt or concrete
- Resists deterioration from weather extremes