Do clay pavers disintegrate with time?

No. In fact, there are applications of clay paver pavements that have been in service for more than one hundred years. This is, however, a common fear. It is not uncommon to find a pile of extra bricks lying around after construction. Some bricks designed for use in vertical walls may be solid units (no holes) but do not have the physical properties to withstand a pavement application. Often, it appears to be a good use of material to place them in the ground as a decorative pavement. However, the wrong material quickly shows problems. You can rely on our expertise to help you select a paver material that will last.