Driveways are subject to a lot of use and abuse by vehicles, people, equipment and chemicals such as de-icing salt. Unilock pavers are designed to outperform other paving surfaces such as asphalt, poured concrete and stamped concrete. Consider Unilock Elegance for premium styles and textures that can repel dirt, oil and other substances that inevitably cause wear and tear.
Choosing the right driveway product
Compliment the design of your home
A Unilock driveway will enhance the curb appeal of your home and demonstrate your pride of ownership. As you consider the materials that you will use, try to replicate, augment or complement the architectural features of your home. A graceful flare at the street edge will allow cars to enter and exit with ease.
Accessorize and customize
Personalize your driveway by adding borders and accents to draw out specific colors from your home and create design continuity. Consider adding vertical features like pillars, planters and decorative walls to further enhance the beauty of your driveway.
Consider an ecological solution
If a large portion of your lot is a hard surface or if it’s subject to periodic flooding, permeable pavers are now an option to help divert water back into the ground. Most Unilock permeable pavers look just like our regular pavers so you don’t have to compromise style. Keep in mind that specialized site preparation and installation techniques are required.
Our Most Popular Driveway Products
Advantages of Using Pavers for Your Driveway
Many homeowners are looking for ways to either increase the value of their home or increase the beauty and functionality of their forever home. In either case, improving curb appeal is the main goal. Whether your home’s driveway is cracked, dull and crumbly, or is simply looking dated, the driveway is the perfect place to start.Read More
New Paver Solutions to Old Paver Problems
When a paver patio or driveway is properly installed, it’s impossible for weeds to grow from the ground below because there is no soil beneath the pavers. However, if the joint compound is allowed to erode, dirt and weed seeds could blow in from above and germinate in the joints.Read More
How to Widen Your Driveway With Pavers
Most homes in suburban neighborhoods come with asphalt or concrete driveways fit for only one car. Which, by today’s standards, doesn’t accommodate the multiple cars most family’s own. In other instances, shared driveways with your neighbors are also common making the space narrow to move in and out of cars with ease or park multiple cars. If either of these situations sound familiar to you, Unilock has the perfect solution.Read More