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Azek Pavers

June 12, 2014 1 min read

PRODUCT FEATURE

A house in a box you control by waving a hand

SIMPLY A BETTER PAVER.

AZEK Pavers® are breaking the traditional mentality that landscape pavers must be made from concrete or clay. Made from up to 95% recycled materials, patented AZEK Pavers are the most technologically advanced and socially responsible paver alternatives in the industry.

Using a patented grid system that dramatically reduces installation time, AZEK Pavers takes the frustration and difficulty out of manually setting and aligning heavy concrete pavers.

AZEK Pavers contribute more toward LEED® certification than any other paver in the market - and 10 times more than recycled concrete pavers with fly ash. AZEK Pavers are the first composite material in the world made almost entirely of recycled content with the physical strength, durability and natural appearance to replace concrete. AZEK Pavers utilizes up to 95% post-consumer recycled materials (scrap tires and plastics), requires 94% less energy and releases 96% less carbon dioxide than the manufacturing of concrete pavers.

Versatility and customization are the key attributes of AZEK Pavers. With five stone-like color options, you can mix-and-match your paver surface to create a truly unique design. Customize your project to match your personal style with one of many possible patterns, like Running Bond, Herringbone or Basketweave.

  • Made from up to 95% recycled materials
  • Available in five colors
  • Scratch resistant
  • Stain resistant
  • Reduced installation time
  • No sealing or staining required
  • Lifetime warranty against cracking (residential applications only)
  • Helps projects earn LEED® certification easier than any other pavement
  • Perfect for Patios & Walkways, Driveways, Resurfacing Patios, Walkways & Decks, Flat Roof Applications, Permeable Applications and Commercial Applications
  • Take the AZEK Paver Challenge
  • Use the AZEK Paver Calculator
Ryan Banks
Ryan Banks



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