See how Stormflow Surfacing stands against alternative paving solutions like concrete, asphalt, and paving stones.
Stormflow Surfacing has been proved successful in a range of cities across Southern Ontario. Our permeable Stormflow Surfacing has been proved successful in a range of cities across Southern Ontario. Our permeable surfacing provides a versatile and economically sound option for rejuvenating aged surfaces. provides a versatile and economically sound option for rejuvenating aged surfaces.
No more crumbling or trip hazards. Stormflow Surfacing is designed to resist cracks, reducing accident risks. Its rubberized texture ensures ADA compliance by offering a superior grip. From oil and gasoline to UV rays and saltwater, it stands strong against harsh elements. Plus, it's flexible enough to tackle Canadian winter freeze/thaw cycles, keeping your surfaces safe year-round.
Our equipment is non-intrusive so Stormflow Surfacing can be installed in sensitive areas. It is a cold mix so it does not have the smells associated with asphalt. It is installed as a single monolithic pour and this is why it resists cracking and movement as it is one large expansion joint. Installation is much faster than traditional pavers and is much easier than concrete to finish.
To remain sustainable and eco-friendly, our recycled tires come from Ontario. For out of province projects we source local tires and stone whenever possible. The tires go through a tightly controlled shredding process to remove 99% of the steel fragments and produce 1/4″ to 3/8″ nominal size rubber chip.The stone used in our mixes is Ontario granite.
Work with our skilled Stormflow Surfacing permeable pavement installers and take your landscape project to the next level.
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