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Permeable paver— LEED certified paving at home

May 15, 2009
Durable design

StormPave water permeable clay pavers prior to application of sand. Note spacer nibs that make installation easier on the fingers.

Pine Hall Brick clay pavers were used for this project in Dayton, Ohio and we were doubly pleased to discover the home owner is also an Official for the Environmental Protection Agency.

The installer used the StormPave pavers, which work like a filter to remove pollutants from storm water runoff as it absorbs into the soil and qualify for LEED certification in residential and commercial applications.

Many thanks to the installer David Pier, who did a great job on this project.

Clean Cut Lawn & Landscape
David Pier
PO Box 16
Bellbrook, OH 45305
937-313-9447

Easy maintenance

Easy maintenance

A safe place for kids to play today, and tomorrow

A safe place to play today, and tomorrow

A long look at a beautiful driveway

Practice what you pave

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