Permeable Pavers

Go green with Aquaflow interlocking concrete pavers, the durable, attractive, sustainable solution for everyday and heavy applications. Permeable pavers are the perfect choice for anyone who wants a beautiful surface suitable for both high foot and vehicle traffic while keeping construction costs low and protecting the environment.

There are 3 important features that make permeable pavers stand out from the rest.

  • The permeable paver surface that allows water to seep through
  • The sub-base that helps to reduce pollution of ground water
  • The base stabilization that makes them appropriate for heavy applications

Flagstone manufactures both interlocking brick pavers and retaining wall blocks providing many options to fit anyone's taste in color, style and shape. Paver color choices are extensive including solid and blended options in grays, whites, tans, reds, browns, charcoals and so much more. No matter what your taste is or what colors and landscaping you are trying to compliment you will find it in Flagstone's vibrant color choices.

The uncommon design of permeable pavers allows water to pass through the surface of the pavement. Water is then stored in the sub-base where heavy metals are captured. Naturally occurring microbes actually digest hydrocarbons as the water is slowly discharged. This brilliant technology results in the improvement of ground water quality. Construction costs are also significantly lowered as the need for storm water ponds, infiltration trenches and drains is abandoned.

Permeable pavers are a sustainable, low maintenance product that comes in a variety of colors and patterns to fit the style of any paving project. Their smooth surface is very foot traffic friendly, appropriate for:

  • Wheelchairs
  • The disabled
  • The elderly
  • Walkers
  • Shopping carts
  • Bicycles
  • Strollers
  • High heels

In addition, Aquaflow permeable pavers are compliant with all Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) standards. Aquaflow permeable pavers can also earn you credits with LEED, The Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design, which is a Green building rating system accepted nationally as setting the standards for Green building construction in both the United States and Canada.