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Paving is the art of laying down stones, bricks or concrete on the ground to make a hard surface for the parking space or pavement for walkways and driveways.

Types of Paving

  1. Flexible pavement - These are pavements made of several layers of good quality materials on top and low quality materials underground. The HMA (hot mix asphalt) is a stiff and thick material and is usually used on the surface course. Materials used on base course are less stiff but play s big role in frost protection, pavement strength and drainage.
  2. Perpetual pavement - A perpetual pavement can last for over 30 years because the design techniques are long lasting. They use premium hot stuff asphalt mixtures and maintenance is occasionally done to review the surface.
  3. Rigid pavements/Portland cement concrete pavement - The pavement surface course is the strongest and the stiffest layer. Other layers are less stiff but contribute to pavement frost protection and drainage.
  4. Continuously reinforced concrete pavement - This type of pavement is joint free design whereby it has transverse cracks that are close to each other. The cracks are tightly reinforces and uniformly spaced.
  5. Composite pavements - Composite pavements are made of hydraulic cement materials and hot mix asphalt.


  1. Paving is more ideal and appealing compared to concrete flooring.
  2. Paving increases the quality and value of property hence increases the negotiation power of the seller.
  3. Paving are easy and simple to maintain.
  4. They can be laid around the swimming pool, decks, entrance etc.
  5. Paving offers a warm and welcoming feeling.
  6. Paving makes an area more tidy and neat compared to a garden with flowers and weed.


  1. Ensure all materials for making the pavements are delivered close to the working area. Lifting and carrying the materials from a distance can result to wasting time, weary and backaches.
  2. Measure and calculate the area dimensions accurately to ensure you buy right quality materials.
  3. Make sure the paving slopes from the house to ensure runoff.
  4. Make sure you seal all the bricks or stones.
  5. Maintain the paving to ensure it serves you for a long time.
  6.  Lay the bricks and or stones from one corner or from a fixed structure such as a wall.


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