Is a concrete path or a paver path easier to repair? Is a concrete path or a paver path easier to repair?

A paver path is much easier to repair and maintain, compared to a concrete path, simply because pavers are individually laid when they are first installed. In the event of damage, all you need to do is remove the damaged paver or pavers, and replace them with new ones. With concrete, you will have to break and remake a large portion of the path, in order to repair the damaged portion. Pavers also require fewer materials and time to repair, because all you need are a couple of pavers and some basic tools to remove and replace the damaged area. When repairing a concrete path, you will need a lot of materials, time and space, in order to accomplish the task.

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