To ensure optimum performance of Hydropave permeable paving, Tobermore recommends following some simple maintenance guidelines. These are provided as a general maintenance regime but may be altered if necessary, depending on the specific paved area or any factors which may impact the paving.
Hydropave permeable paving works by allowing surface water to infiltrate through its joints into the sub-base beneath. It requires much less maintenance than you might think, but some simple steps should be followed to ensure the paving is kept looking its best.
Here are seven simple steps that we recommend to maintain your permeable paving:
Warning. Do not replace the jointing grit with kiln-dried sand as this will block the joints and prevent infiltration. Do not store materials which may clog up the permeable joints, such as soil and mulch, on top of the paving.
Tobermore’s Hydropave permeable paving range allows you to create spectacular hard landscaping features with environmentally friendly products. Our permeable paving reduces the risk of flooding and pollution by allowing rainfall to infiltrate the ground naturally, reducing the pressure on already overloaded urban drainage systems.