This Is TimberTech
It's more than a deck. It's a better way to be. Building with TimberTech means the most technologically-advanced materials and the most design options for a more enjoyable, longer-lasting outdoor space.
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Drastically Reduces Runoff
Paver joints are filled with small stones and independently tested at an infiltration rate of over 480 inches per hour.
Made from 95% post-consumer recycled materials for an eco-friendly alternative to conventional pavers.
Engineered to Last
Resistant to extreme weather, mold, mildew, moisture, stains, scratches, and cracking. No sealing required.
Designed to Inspire
Choose from five colors, three paver sizes, and a variety of patterns so you can find the perfect fit for your home.
Manufactured with spacer lugs that are engineered to maintain a precise 0.275″ space between pavers, ensuring American Disability Act compliance.
Fast and Easy Installation
Our patented grid system reduces installation time by two-thirds when compared to conventional pavers.
Length & Width
Available in 4"x 8"
Questions About Installation?
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The Best Warranty Coverage
TimberTech products are engineered the right way, to last. Our high-performance pavers are backed by a 10-year Limited Warranty, and a no crack guarantee when used in residential applications. See full warranty details.
Yes, under certain conditions. Standard and Permeable Pavers can be used for low-volume, low-speed vehicular traffic such as driveways and parking lots. Resurfacing Pavers are not suitable for any vehicular traffic.
TimberTech Pavers have shown moderate success with different hydronic and electric snow-melt systems when the temperature is above 15 degrees Fahrenheit. Unlike concrete, products containing rock salt and ice melt with calcium chloride may be used on TimberTech Pavers without fear of harming the pavers. These products generally deteriorate concrete, and may void their warranty.