Trust us, we’ve seen it all! While permeable paving installation sounds labor intensive, it can also be very simple. Ecoraster can be used in many different ways, so the difficulty involved in permeable pavement installation varies depending on the project. Today, we’re looking through some ways to install Ecoraster, how it looks, and why it’s worth it.
At Home With Ecoraster
A few weeks ago, we dissected the steps involved in laying permeable paving at home, all the way from the planning phase, through asphalt removal and how to select the right type of Ecoraster grid for your home.
One of the best things about Ecoraster is the potential for permeable paving DIY: it’s simple enough to install yourself, and the hardest part is actually removing any asphalt or concrete that’s already there. If your pre-existing driveway is made of gravel, the process really couldn’t be any easier!
Hay Is For Horses…And So Is Permeable Paving!
Permeable pavement installation is easiest when there’s little or no pre-existing concrete or asphalt to remove. The only downside is…mud.
Mud is one of the biggest problems faced in the equestrian world, as it poses a risk to the animals’ well-being and safety. Muddy horse paddocks and pens can spread disease and weaken hooves, as well as increase the risks of slips and falls that can be disastrous for both horses and riders.
Luckily, Ecoraster can be installed to keep horse paddocks and pens stable, mud-free and healthy.
Permeable paving is easy to install, but its greatest benefit is its versatility. From horses to cars to people, there’s almost no limit to who can enjoy permeable paving.
But you don’t have to take our word for it–contact us today to find out for yourself how Ecoraster can take care of all your paving needs!