Getting from Point A to Point B is simple enough. And most of the time we don’t think too much about what we’re walking on. If there’s a path or walkway headed in the right direction, then we’re walking on it.
We only really start to notice it when what we’re stepping on begins to wear. Loose, cracked, lifted, slippery, missing, sinking, muddy — all of these terms are things you don’t want to hear about the walkways in and around your commercial property.
When it comes time to replacing or refreshing the pathways on our clients’ commercial properties, it’s common for them to ask us this: What are the best materials for pathways?
Great question. And whether we’re talking about cutting across large parking lot islands or passing through a quiet courtyard, the path you provide your tenants and visitors should never make them think twice. There are tons of options when it comes to hardscaping commercial properties. Here’s a closer look at some of the best pathway materials for high foot traffic areas.