Prairie Rubber Paving offers high-quality synthetic rubber mixed with a durable polyurethane binder to create an economical paving surface ideal for driveways, walkways, home gyms, pool decks, garages and more.

Paving solutions for your home, made for Prairie winters

Rubber paving offers a safe, long-lasting surface that looks great too

Whether you’re looking to rediscover your home’s curb appeal or give a stylish – and functional – look to your garage or pool deck, THIS may be the ideal solution!

Even better, it’s made to live up to our prairie winters.

Founded six years ago, Prairie Rubber Paving offers high-quality synthetic rubber mixed with a durable polyurethane binder to create an economical paving surface ideal for driveways, walkways, home gyms, pool decks, garages and more, explains the company’s Corey Redstone.

Soft underfoot and with 16 different colours available, the fully customizable surface looks and feels great too!

“Not only do homeowners appreciate a product that can withstand the Prairies’ freeze-thaw cycle, but in the winter, you want something that has some grip. Because of the texture and material, ice doesn’t grip the surface in the same way as concrete or asphalt,” Redstone says.

It’s easy: Because the synthetic rubber typically goes over your existing substrate, it can be installed without having to rip out the existing surface, saving you time and money. Experienced installation crews first apply a binder that adheres to the existing surface, then apply the rubber paving directly to the surface you want covered. It’s one seamless application. “Most projects we have done in one day and you can walk on them in a day and drive on them in about 72 hours,” Redstone says.

The surface you want: The non-slip, non-toxic, UV-stable surface contains no latex, has a class “A” fire rating with low VOCs, and won’t leach as can happen with some recycled products. In addition to offering the array of colour options, the Central Alberta team can also accommodate most custom design requests – it’s simply a better way to cover up ugly concrete and asphalt in your home. “And because our rubber granules never change colour, if you want to add to your project later, the rubber surfacing will be consistent from start to finish,” Redstone adds.

Peace of Mind: Homeowners also appreciate the peace of mind that comes from the BBB-accredited business’s three-year comprehensive warranty and a five-year warranty against cracking. “It’s the best warranty you can get for any substrate and we deal with you directly to ensure any concerns you may have are addressed,” Redstone notes.

For more information or to see if Prairie Rubber Paving will be a great fit for your project, visit prairierubberpaving.ca.

 

Because the synthetic rubber typically goes over your existing substrate, it can be installed without having to rip out the existing surface, saving you time and money.

Soft underfoot and with 16 different colours available, the fully customizable surface looks and feels great too!

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