Rubber Paving FAQs
What is Rubber Paving?
Rubber Paving is an innovative product that is primarily comprised of recycled tire crumb which can then be applied over almost any surface to create a smooth non porous, non-slip surface.
What are the benefits of Rubber Paving vs. Concrete or Asphalt?
Rubber pavement is cost effective, low maintenance alternative to asphalt & concrete. Because the surface is flexible, it offers a great solution to the many challenges related to construction and pavement infrastructure such as cracked sidewalks, driveways and root heave.
And because rubber paving can be applied over existing concrete, this also eliminates the costly hassle of removing the old damaged concrete prior to application.
What types of surfaces can Rubber Paving be laid over?
Rubber Paving can be placed over Cement, Wood, Interlocking Brick, Aluminum, Crushed Gravel, Asphalt, Tile, Steel, Fiberglass & Tile.
Is Rubber Pavement Environmentally Friendly?
Yes. Rubber pavement is environmentally friendly, as this type of surface is made with recycled tires, saving them from landfills. Installing a driveway from Western Rubber Paving will not only make your driveway look like the best one on block, but will give you peace of mind knowing you are not harming the environment.
Can I use a snow blower or metal shovel on my rubber pavement?
Because ice does not build up on the surface, the result is that shoveling snow is easy. Western Rubber Paving recommends using only a plastic shovel.
Can I choose from different color/design options?
Our rubber paving is available in a variety of attractive colors & patterns. Our experienced team will work with you to create a custom surface tailored to suit your needs & style preference. The sky is the limit for your final results!
How long does the product take to install/cure?
Western Rubber Paving can install a driveway in one day. The larger the area, the more preparation must be done when it comes to being aware of weather conditions. Once the product is installed, it will take 48 hours before you can drive on it.