Innovative environmental products from the company with thirty years of experience
protecting our environment
Grassy Pavers can be used to prevent erosion around athletic fields where common
areas generally disintegrate into dust bowls or mud holes. Now even swimming pool
perimeters don’t have to be muddy. Special holiday celebrations, fairs, race tracks
or other sporting events temporarily attract large crowds that park in surrounding
fields. With Grassy Pavers they can do so without damaging the turf, even when it
rains. Permanent parking lots constructed with Grassy Pavers actually pay for themselves.
Built on a bed of gravel and filled with gravel, there is no heat pollution and
virtually no runoff. So it is not necessary to construct the extensive storm drain
system that would otherwise be required. Nor is there a need for holding basins.
In fact, there is less run off from a Grassy Paver gravel parking lot, because of
the base gravel reservoir, than if the area had remained covered with grass.
Around the house, Grassy Pavers make life easier while supporting the natural environment.
Grassy Paver driveways with grass fill become just part of a beautiful green lawn.
With Grassy Pavers the short cut to the door, the path the dogs make or the place
where RVs, trailers or boats are stored need not be unsightly patches where grass
never grows. In garden areas, a Grassy Paver walkway or “stepping stones” provide
easy, mud free access around and through the garden. At the same time, because the
pavers hold water, they assists plant growth. Rather than a concrete patio that
cracks, Grassy Pavers can create a structure that will require no maintenance. Filled
with a variety of colored rocks arranged in interesting patterns, this patio will
be the one everyone envies.
Many areas commonly constructed with concrete can be replaced or originally constructed
with Grassy Pavers. Fire lanes which make it possible for heavy equipment to be
close to the building, are only used when needed. A Grassy Paver fire lane looks
exactly like the rest of the lawn, providing more green space that is aesthetically
pleasing. Yet, it is also far better able to handle the vast amount of water that
will fall if the fire trucks are ever needed.
Concrete areas under highway overpasses have a very limited life span. Rainwater
causes the soil beneath to erode and this lack of support for the concrete causes
it to break up and slide down. Grassy Pavers are a much better choice. Service
roads of Grassy Pavers look far more natural and appealing, require less maintenance
and lower initial cost. But perhaps even more importantly, they are the environmentally