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Pervious Concrete Installation

There are all kinds of ways to “go green” on your next outdoor project. As an experienced permeable pavement contractor, Fred Adams Paving Company Co. can assist in all phases of your porous pavement job to create an eco-friendly hardscape environment. Our pervious concrete can keep polluted water out of the storm drain system while reduce or prevent erosion and potential flooding. When you install pervious concrete, you can feel confident you’re doing your part to keep the environment clean while also enhancing the beauty of your home or business.

This product has helped many developers with the impervious coverage limitations they face when building in North Carolina. Permeable concrete is both a functional parking surface and an economical and effective system for dealing with stormwater. If you’re environmentally-conscious and want to do your part to help the environment, consider pervious concrete for your paving needs.

The Benefits of Pervious Concrete

Permeable or pervious concrete is specially designed to be porous, which allows water of all types to pass through the pavement and into the ground. This prevents water from pooling and reduces surface runoff. The process also filters water, reducing pollutants and nitrogen levels, which can keep you and your business in compliance with local regulations.

Furthermore, during winter when the snow melts, the water is drained through the pavement, which means ice won’t form as often on the pervious concrete as it would on standard asphalt or concrete. It’s still recommended that property owners apply salt to help combat ice, but pervious concrete requires less de-icing than traditional pavement.

In addition to the practical applications of the product, there are also significant environmental benefits. As water drains through the surface, pervious concrete is designed to trap the Total Suspended Solids (TSS pollutants) in the water and prevent them from running into the soil below. This helps to reduce groundwater pollution.

Pervious Paver Installation

If you’re thinking about having pervious concrete installed at your home or business, we can help! Our expert team will be able to get the job done without breaking the bank, and not only will it look good, but you’ll be helping the environment, too. Get in touch with the experts at Fred Adams Paving Company today about getting a free estimate on your next project.

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