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Have you considered using concrete pavers for your driveway or pathways? Top Rank Roofing And Masonry can provide you with a great price when it comes to providing and installing concrete pavers on your Watertown driveway or pathways. Over 20 years installing concrete pavers for Boston.
Concrete Pavers make a great option for any driveway or walkway. It can be slightly more expensive than using asphalt but it can be visually a lot more attractive and is proven to last as a surface significantly longer than any other style of driveway surfacing. It can be easily cleaned, repaired and restored.
It holds it colours throughout its lifetime and can withstand all types of vehicular traffic. If you are looking to add a whole new dimension to your home while looking for something that will last many years to come, concrete pavers are the best option on the market. They come with a huge variety of shapes, designs and colours. It can be laid in multiple ways. It drains water very well and does not turn slippery when its been wet.
We can provide you with a great price on your driveway or walkway. We source our concrete pavers from only the best manufactures to ensure that the product is given the best lifespan possible. It comes in a wide range of colours and size ranges. What makes concrete pavers such a great option is that you can join it in with any other style of surfacing product like asphalt or standard concrete. You might choose to have a asphalt driveway with a concrete paver restraint border around it. You can split your driveway half in half. Half in concrete pavers and half in asphalt. You can mix and match.
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Watertown is a city in Middlesex County, Massachusetts, and is part of Greater Boston. The population was 35,329 in the 2020 census. Its neighborhoods include Bemis, Coolidge Square, East Watertown, Watertown Square, and the West End.
Watertown was one of the first Massachusetts Bay Colony settlements organized by Puritan settlers in 1630. The city is home to the Perkins School for the Blind, the Armenian Library and Museum of America, and the historic Watertown Arsenal, which produced military armaments from 1816 through World War II.