Rubber Driveways

Resurface Your Driveway With Rubber!

Traditional paved driveways are prone to cracks, potholes, uneven surfaces and a lot more. Rubber driveways get rid of all that. The rubber we use is weather-resistant, durable, and built to last!

What Is A Rubber Driveway?

Rubber driveways have gained widespread popularity as an alternative to traditional concrete and asphalt surfaces. These eco-friendly, durable, and low-maintenance solutions are made from recycled rubber tires that are ground into small pieces and mixed with a binding agent. The result is a flexible yet sturdy surface that can withstand heavy traffic, extreme weather conditions, and the test of time.

Rubber driveways offer several advantages over conventional paving materials. They require minimal maintenance, reduce noise pollution, improve traction for vehicles and pedestrians alike, and can be customized in color and texture to match any architectural style or personal preference.

Additionally, their porous nature allows rainwater to seep through instead of running off into storm drains, promoting better drainage and reducing water runoff that contributes to flooding and erosion.

What Are The Benefits Of Resurfacing My Driveway With Rubber?

There are many benefits of rubber, it doesn’t just look amazing, it’s functional too!

Weather Resistant 

Heat resistance is an important factor when considering a rubber driveway. Rubber is capable of withstanding high temperatures, making it an ideal material for areas that experience extreme heat.

Waterproofing is also a critical factor when it comes to a rubber driveway. Rubber is a naturally waterproof material, making it an ideal choice for areas that experience heavy rainfall.

Heat Resistant

Rubber driveways offer excellent heat resistance, ensuring they maintain their structural integrity even in extremely hot climates…


Rubber surfacing provides excellent waterproofing properties that reduce the risk of water penetration into the substrate below. This feature not only enhances the longevity of the surface but also reduces noise levels by absorbing sound vibrations.

Chemical Spills

Rubber driveways offer superior chemical resistance against oil spills and other contaminants that can cause staining or corrosion on conventional surfaces.

Wear & Tear

Rubber driveways can experience cracking, warping, fading, pitting, oiling, unevenness, chipping, expansion, contraction, freezing and thawing damage, degrading, splitting, erosion, and splintering. Preventative measures include proper installation, regular maintenance, adequate drainage, using high-quality rubber, protecting the driveway from the elements, and filling any holes or cracks that may have formed.


Rubber driveways are prone to warping due to wear and tear and environmental factors. Poor installation and drainage can worsen this issue. To prevent warping, proper installation with good drainage and high-quality materials with UV resistance are crucial. Although they may have higher upfront costs, rubber driveways are a low-maintenance and durable investment for property owners.


Rubber driveways can suffer from fading, in addition to warping, due to wear and tear. Proper maintenance is necessary to preserve their appearance. UV rays cause color pigments to break down, resulting in dullness or discoloration. Although it doesn't affect functionality, it can reduce curb appeal. However, high-quality materials with UV resistance can prevent this issue and provide a low-maintenance, cost-effective, and noise-reducing solution for property owners.

Slip-Resistant (Soft & Safe)

One of the key advantages that rubber offers over other driveway materials is its inherent stability. Rubber pavers provide a non-slip surface capable of withstanding heavy loads without compromising on grip or traction. This makes them ideal for use in areas prone to rainfall and snowfall where driveways can become slippery and hazardous.

Moreover, comfort is another benefit offered by rubber-based driveways. The elastic nature of these pavers absorbs shock and reduces noise levels when vehicles pass over them, thereby providing a more comfortable driving experience.


Recycling is an important part of creating an eco-friendly environment. Rubber driveways can be made from recycled tire rubber, thus creating a sustainable and cost-effective option. Renewable energy sources, such as solar and wind, can be used to power the rubber driveway and reduce the reliance on traditional energy sources.


Rubber driveways are an eco-friendly choice for homeowners. By recycling used tires, they create a durable surface that lasts longer than traditional options while reducing maintenance costs and waste in landfills. Recycled rubber is sustainable, slip-resistant, and durable. Choosing this option has lasting positive effects on the environment and wallet.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Yes! Our rubber comes from other repurposed sources like tires!

We think so, for a number of reasons, including, it lasts longer (20 years or more), it’s slip-resistant, it’s weather-resistant, and there’s more where that came from!