GraniteCrete is a permeable aggregate concrete product that is LEED Gold certified.

GraniteCrete is a permeable aggregate concrete product that is LEED Gold certified.

Totem House, by Architects: rzlbd location: Toronto, ON, Canada Design Team: Reza Aliabadi, Lailee Soleimani Area: 1600.0 ft2 Year: 2013

Totem House / rzlbd

Totem House, by Architects: rzlbd location: Toronto, ON, Canada Design Team: Reza Aliabadi, Lailee Soleimani Area: 1600.0 ft2 Year: 2013

Pervious pavers that help control driveway/walkway flooding and look great.| Photo: Mutual Materials | thisoldhouse.com

Best Ways to Deal with Storm Water

Pervious pavers that help control driveway/walkway flooding and look great.| Photo: Mutual Materials | thisoldhouse.com

Turfstone Permeable Concrete Pavers.  Permeable Concrete Pavers and Turfstone Idea & Photo Gallery - Enhance Companies - Brick Paver Installation and Sales - Jacksonville, Gainesville, Orlando, Daytona, St. Augustine, Florida - Brick Paving and Hardscape Supply

Turfstone Permeable Concrete Pavers. Permeable Concrete Pavers and Turfstone Idea & Photo Gallery - Enhance Companies - Brick Paver Installation and Sales - Jacksonville, Gainesville, Orlando, Daytona, St. Augustine, Florida - Brick Paving and Hardscape Supply

Pervious Pavers Green Collection Olde Towne 3pc Pervious Pavers Sierra installed in a random pattern in Sarasota, Florida by BC Pavers.

Pervious Pavers Green Collection Olde Towne 3pc Pervious Pavers Sierra installed in a random pattern in Sarasota, Florida by BC Pavers.

Considering for sidewalk replacement in tight space between our house and the neighbors

Considering for sidewalk replacement in tight space between our house and the neighbors

Pervious pavers incorporate small gaps allowing ­water to seep through into quick-draining gravel layers underneath. | Photo Karen Bussolini | thisoldhouse.com | from Best Ways to Deal with Storm Water

Best Ways to Deal with Storm Water

Pervious pavers incorporate small gaps allowing ­water to seep through into quick-draining gravel layers underneath. | Photo Karen Bussolini | thisoldhouse.com | from Best Ways to Deal with Storm Water

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