We all got used to the view of concrete pavers, used on most pavements, car parks and pedestrian areas. Concrete pavers in the double-T form have earned a
Have you heard about rubber interlocking pavers, which combine the durability of paving block with elasticity of safety flooring?
Staying on the elastic, rubber granulate interlocking pavers is really pleasant, since they also insulate against sound, heat and cold (no cold feet). Porous paver is slip-resistant in dry and wet conditions. Rubber granulate paving blocks are liquid-permeable, like all Warco products from rubber granulate. The surface is all-year usable, no matter what the weather is. Rain water seeps through micro canals in the paver to the subfloor, where it drains away. Fine dirt and everyday contamination is thus washed away. Elastic interlocking pavers are completely weatherproof and frost resistant. They provide fall protection and protect joints, therefore being an optimal flooring product for children and seniors.
WARCO feel-good interlocking pavers is a one-time investment that really pays off. There are practically no maintenance expenses and the installation is unproblematic, so many clients carry it out themselves. Over many years, and without follow-up costs, interlocking pavers made of polyurethane-bonded rubber granulate have been a weather-independent, all-year usable flooring for urban areas. A properly applied and used interlocking pavement lasts about 15 years and more.
Elastic interlocking pavers are particularly robust and long-lasting. They are designed for all public and private recreational areas accessible to pedestrians and vehicles (pedestrian zones, footpaths, bike lanes, parkways, urban rest areas, parking spaces, fairgrounds, village squares, patio bars, beer gardens, hotel terraces, nursing homes, hospitals, unloading zones, golf courses, horse walkers, stable alleys, etc.).
The uncomplicated installation of interlocking pavers is possible with new construction as well as renovation on every even subfloor with permanent load-bearing capacity (grit, gravel, concrete, screed, asphalt, etc.). Pavers are also reusable -- they can be taken out and re-installed in another place. Lay the pavers tightly next to each other, leaving no joints, also without sweeping sand or compacting them. Prepare edge pieces cutting the pavers with a wood saw. Gluing the pavers is not necessary, proper edging (RV50 kerb edging, RR43 wedge-shaped edging, walls or other objects on site) is sufficient to prevent interlocking pavers from shifting.
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