Bedrock paving is a local and family owned business in the Victoria bc area. Bradley lewis owner of Bedrock Paving has over 20 years experience as a bricklayer, is ICPI certified , became a finalist for the 2011 BBB Torch award and in 2013 won the Torch Award for “Most Trustworthiness company” We specialize in interlocking paving stone, pathways, back patios and retaining walls, brick sealings & repairs.
There are many perks in considering the idea to interlock pavers in houses and roads. It has a fuel and oil resistant feature which makes oil or fuel spills nothing to worry about. The interlocking feature also suggests that once this paver system successfully and properly installed it will require no arduous maintenance. This makes the interlocking pavers one of the things to look out for.
The modern version, interlocking concrete pavers, is manufactured in a variety of patterns to add vitality to any environment.
- Interlocking pavers create style, colour and eye-catching patterns while providing a durable and long-lasting surface.
- Make a superior integrated system for residential and commercial vehicular requirements.
- When properly installed require practically no maintenance.
- Do not require expansion joints.
- Resistant to spilled fuel and oil.
- May be used immediately upon completion of installation.
- May be disassembled to repair subgrade or underground services then reinstalled with no unsightly patch.
- Skid and slip resistant surface.
- Cooler surface.
- Easy to work to grade transitions.
- Long design life.
- Low life cycle costs.
- Interlocking concrete pavers do not crack like asphalt or poured-in-place concrete or stamped concrete. Flex without cracking.
- Easy to repair and/or replace. Asphalt, concrete, and stamped concrete can’t make this claim.
- Resist deterioration from freeze-unfreeze cycles and de-icing salts better than asphalt and better than ordinary poured-in-place concrete.
- Concrete pavers come in many shapes and colors. Virtually unlimited combination of solid and blended colors, shapes and laying patterns.
- Paving stones should last over 30 years, which is much longer than alternative pavements, under normal residential use.