The Old Farmer’s Almanac predicts Indiana will have more snow and colder temperatures than normal this winter. Is your paver patio or driveway prepared to survive the harsh weather? “Freezing temperatures, ice and snow can damage paver stones,” shared Tony Lausas, Founder and President of Paver Rescue. He explained that when accumulated ice and snow melt, they […]
By Tony Lausas, Paver Rescue Founder & President Having been in the paver stone business since 1993, I have seen paver maintenance innovate over time. Despite the advancements, a common myth still persists: Many homeowners believe that paver patios and driveways are maintenance free. That statement is false and often leads to extensive problems that could […]
Edging on a paver stone patio, driveway or walkway creates a defined boundary from your hardscape and the lawn or garden next to it. However, its underlying purpose is more than cosmetic. “Edging plays a critical role by keeping the pavers securely in place,” shared Robert Frankel, Paver Rescue’s Sales and Marketing Leader. “Without properly […]
Frequently, people ask what makes Paver Rescue’s 5-step restoration service different than what a power wash company offers. There are six key differentiators that allow Paver Rescue to stand apart. Our technicians receive ongoing, specialized training and use only best-in-class professional equipment and commercial-grade, paver-safe cleaning solutions. A power washer’s lack of paver stone expertise can inadvertently […]
If you want to avoid damage to your paver stone patio, walkway or driveway, there are 10 important rules and maintenance tips to follow.
Do your paver stones have a white haze or chalky substance on the surface? The technical term for this naturally occurring phenomenon is called efflorescence. It is caused when moisture from rain, snow or humidity collects in the porous paver stones and the heat from the sun draws the moisture and sodium carbonate (water soluble […]
We frequently are asked, “Why is it important to seal a paver patio or driveway?” Paver stones are porous and require ongoing maintenance. Sealing is an important part of paver that provides five key benefits: FAQs How frequently should I seal my paver patio or driveway? In general, paver stones should be sealed every three […]