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WORLD'S LARGEST PERMEABLE PARKING LOT
This 15 acre parking lot took more than 625,000 square feet of TRUEGRID ProPlus to complete, making it the World’s Largest Permeable Parking Lot.
INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT FIRE LANE
We installed 15,000 square feet of TRUEGRID ProPlus to make an ultra-durable, 100% permeable fire lane at one of the nation’s busiest international airports.
ECO-FRIENDLY RESIDENTIAL DRIVEWAY
When a Texas family wanted a natural, permeable solution to their crumbling driveway, TRUEGRID was the obvious choice. Now it’ll last for decades.
BUILDING A BETTER WORLD FROM THE GROUND UP.
We’ve been the leading installer of eco-friendly permeable pavers since 2016.
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“We would highly recommend Texas Eco Pavers. This is a highly attentive, professional, and hard-working group. We were very pleased with their alleyway work for our row of houses. Excellent product, terrific service.”
“Texas Eco Pavers did an amazing job on our parking lot and they handled it in one day! They were quick to quote, fast to show up and Texas friendly. We highly recommend these folks and we enjoyed our experience.”
“Super friendly to work with! Had my gravel delivered within a day of calling them. They put the gravel on top of a tarp so it would be an easy clean up for me! I will definantly be doing business with Texas Eco Pavers again!”
why should you choose truegrid?
Outlasts concrete and asphalt.
Prevents rock pulverization.
Made from 100% recycled plastic.
Detains water underneath the grid.
Eliminates need for detention ponds.
Compliments natural environments.
What are permeable pavers?
Unlike concrete or asphalt which are impervious and prevent water from draining naturally into the ground, permeable eco grid pavers like TRUEGRID allow rain to pass through the pavement and into the ground, reducing runoff and flooding while providing a natural way for stormwater to recharge our aquifers.
Why are permeable pavers better than concrete or asphalt?
Permeable pavers have several advantages over traditional concrete or asphalt pavements. First, they allow rainwater to infiltrate through the pavement and recharge the groundwater supply, reducing the risk of flooding and improving water quality. Second, they can help mitigate the urban heat island effect by reducing the amount of heat absorbed and radiated by the pavement. Third, they can reduce the need for stormwater infrastructure, such as curbs, gutters, and detention ponds, which can save money on construction costs.
What types of surfaces and applications are permeable pavers designed for?
Permeable pavers can be installed on a variety of surfaces, including driveways, parking lots, sidewalks, and patios. They can be used in residential, commercial, and industrial applications.
How long do permeable pavers last?
Permeable pavers are designed to last for decades with minimal maintenance. TRUEGRID permeable pavers are designed to last more than 60 years under normal conditions. Even empty, they can withstand the weight of fully loaded dump trucks. And once they’re filled with gravel, they’re practically indestructible.
How much do permeable pavers cost?
The cost of permeable pavers varies depending on the type of material used, the size of the project, and other factors. In most cases, TRUEGRID permeable pavers cost significantly less to install and maintain over the life of the lot than concrete or asphalt.
Can permeable pavers be used in cold climates where freezing and thawing occurs?
Yes, permeable pavers can be used in cold climates where freezing and thawing occurs. They are designed to allow water to infiltrate through the pavement, which can help prevent the formation of ice and reduce the risk of slip and fall accidents.
How do I maintain permeable pavers?
Permeable pavers require minimal maintenance, but they should be inspected periodically to ensure that they are functioning properly. Basic maintenance (like sweeping leaves) may be required to ensure water is able to drain through the system.