A Variety of Design Options
With a vast array of colors, sizes and patterns, Reading Rock’s StormLock Permeable Pavers offer a variety of design options and endless possibilities. From sleek and contemporary to rugged and rustic, we provide options to meet any design requirement.
HydraBric is the newest member to the StormLock Permeable paver family and is now available for your next project!
It's 4x8 classic design and clean lines can be easily integrated with any new or existing application and is offered with and without Reading Rock’s ColorLock technology. The traditional design makes it the perfect solution for any project including those where clay is desired.
HydraBric is palletized in a modified herringbone pattern (9.62 sq. ft. per drop) and consists of 36 full pieces and 8 half pieces per layer or 77 sq. ft. per pallet.
HydraBric can be mechanically installed or hand laid and has been designed to meet ADA requirements (9mm spacing).
HydraStone is rectilinear in shape (9.65" x 4.72" x 3.125") and can be mechanically installed or hand laid with 11.25 sq. ft. per drop in a modified herringbone pattern. HydraStone meets ADA requirements and is the perfect choice for applications where minimizing drainage and runoff problems are necessary. HydraStone can be manufactured in a wide variety of colors as well with our ColorLock technology; providing unlimited design opportunities for your next project.
EcoFlo has an Old World cobble stone appearance that can be mechanically installed, offering a ecologically sound and economically smart product. EcoFlo is ADA compliant and meets pedestrian slip resistance standards, offering comfortable travel for people using wheeled mobility devices such as wheelchairs.
Eco Tripaver’s unique, 12-sided design is ADA compliant and reminiscent of the three-petaled fleur-de-lis. Once installed, Eco Tripaver’s multidirectional patterns will complement any design.
TurfLock provides both a durable surface and soil stabilization for overflow parking, scenic parks, embankments, berm slopes and water areas where waves may cause erosion. The open honeycomb design can be mechanically installed and allows ground cover to grow, while providing a strong, interlocked undersurface.