The Benefits of Pavers vs. Concrete for Your Driveway
Pavers, on the other hand, take up a smaller surface area individually. This makes them more resistant to things like cracking, breaking, and general wear-and-tear. On the off chance that cracking or chipping does happen with pavers, they’re also much easier to repair than concrete: individual pavers can be replaced without disrupting the rest of your driveway while repairing concrete is a much more extensive process.
Though concrete is easier to clean than pavers, it is more prone to permanent staining over time. This is largely because pavers are more water-resistant than concrete, making it more difficult for water to pool on pavers and cause discoloration. This resistance to water also makes pavers a safer choice than concrete, as they’re far less likely to cause slipping and falling.