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Snow Removal and Permeable Pavers: What You Need to Know

Posted by Quintain on Jan 21, 2015 7:06:43 AM

Winter weather has arrived, and in many parts of the country snow has already started to pile up. For lots of business owners, winter brings added headaches when it comes to maintaining parking lots, paths, roads and other paved areas. Maintaining your business's paved areas and removing snow and ice is essential for encouraging business and creating a safe environment for your employees and customers. For the thousands of companies using pervious concrete or pavers, winter maintenance and snow removal is often difficult and time consuming.

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Topics: winter maintenance, Blog, permeable pavers, pervious pavers

Types of Pervious Pavement

Posted by E-Landscape on Dec 10, 2012 9:53:04 AM

A pervious paver parking lot

The scope of many of the commercial landscaping projects designed, installed, and maintained by our crews here at E-Landscape often requires the use of pervious pavement. This material consists of concrete, asphalt, or pavers that contain air pockets, which allow rain and snowmelt flows to permeate the surface. Precipitation streams into a basin underneath the pavement that consists of layers of crushed stones, sand, and soil. The underlayment allows the runoff to seep into the ground. While pervious paving materials are virtually indistinguishable from regular pavement, they offer significant benefits from an environmental standpoint. With more and more commercial buildings seeking LEED certification and being designed and built with sustainability in mind, it is no wonder that the use of pervious pavers is on the rise!

Types of Pervious Pavement Materials

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Topics: pervious pavement, Blog, pervious pavers

Pervious Paver Installation at the Vida Senior Residences

Posted by E-Landscape on Sep 19, 2011 8:38:38 AM

Last Friday marked the completion of our work on the Vida Senior Residences at Brightwood on Missouri Avenue in Washington, DC. Located in a neighborhood with green areas and significant historic sites, the Vida Senior Residences are affordable (50% Area Median Income) independent-living senior (55+) apartments. The five level building features 36 new, fully-furnished, multifamily units designed with seniors in mind. A rooftop terrace will house Vida's community garden, and a private shuttle will assist residents with their transportation needs.

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