Gravel Paver Market: Introduction
Gravel is a loose segment of rock fragments. Gravel is segregated by particle size range and includes size classes from granule- to boulder-sized fragments. Gravel is an important commercial product. Globally, majority of the roads are surfaced with gravel than with concrete or asphalt. Paver base is a form of aggregate used in the construction of patios and walkways whose topmost layer consists of mortarless pavers. The first layer in the construction of such a surface is called the subgrade, then base course, next is paver base, and lastly pavers are laid on top of this. A uniform, fine-grained sand is poured between them. Pavers can be used to make roads, driveways, patios, walkways, and other outdoor platforms.
Key Drivers of the Gravel Paver Market
Advancements such as GI or LID creating opportunities in the gravel paver market
Pavers are ideal for green infrastructure (GI) or low impact development (LID) design for storing and managing storm water onsite and for application of raw materials. Gravel pavers are easy on the budget since it is considered the most affordable surface material available, is easy to maintain, and can be quickly installed. Various gravel pavers are available in pre-assembled rolls and also include a connect locking system which further reduces the installation time. These factors create opportunities for the gravel paver market.
Natural disasters such as flood or excessive rain restraints the gravel paver market
Drains in most areas are not designed to cope with excessive rainfall and flooding. Paving front gardens further increases this problem. Hard surfaces such as concrete and asphalt collect pollution (oil, petrol, brake dust etc.) that is washed off into the drains. Many drains carry rainwater directly to streams or rivers where the pollution damages wildlife. In older areas, the rainwater may enter the foul water sewer which normally takes household waste from bathrooms and kitchens to sewage treatment plants. These overflow into streams and rivers in heavy rainfall. As more water runs into foul sewers from paved areas there are more frequent overflows, passing untreated sewage into watercourses. These factors hamper the growth of the market.
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North America the dominant market
The U.S and Canada in North America contribute the maximum to the gravel paver market. Rising construction industries and urban road applications is leading to an increase in demand for gravel pavers for industries and households. These factors are likely to drive the demand for gravel pavers in the U.S and Canada, thus paving the way for new opportunities in the region.
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