Don’t Remove that Concrete Slab!
Overlay it with Pavers

Few renovation projects will drastically improve your home’s curb appeal like converting an old stained and cracked concrete driveway to a stunning paver driveway. And nothing transforms an outdated pool like a beautiful contemporary paver pool deck.

However, these types of projects typically call for the painstaking, costly and time-consuming process of ripping out that old concrete. Or do they?

Driveway Thin Overlay Pavers

Overlay Pavers: Creating a Resilient Bedding Surface

Thanks to the incredible patent-pending formula of Techniseal® DriBond™ advanced mudset, concrete removal is completely unnecessary, as long as the slab is structurally sound. A driveway, patio, walkway or pool deck can be completely transformed in less than 48 hours, and for significantly less cost than concrete removal and replacement.

DriBond installs like sand — filling the cracks and seams of a sound concrete slab — to provide a bedding surface for the installation of thin overlay pavers (including concrete pavers, porcelain pavers, or natural stone.) Activated with water, DriBond sets like concrete to create a durable bond. The result is a stunning outdoor living space with lasting beauty.

Driveway Transformation

Before Driveway Paver Overlay

DriBond Overlay Paver Driveway

Belgard Products that Work with DriBond

(consult a local installer for additional styles in your area)


See DriBond in Action

9 Replies to “Don’t Remove that Concrete Slab!
Overlay it with Pavers”

  1. Sounds like a great idea what about covering Futurastone? ( this is small pebbles covered with an epoxy ) Hope to hear from you! Sincerely, Patricia Losberg

    1. The answer to that question depends on the condition of the asphalt and would need to be answered by a qualified contractor who can examine the site in person. To find a Belgard Authorized Contractor in your area, visit our contractor locator page at

  2. Glad to see u are offering overlay pavers. My wife & I love Classic brick and wanted to suggest that as a product line. I thought that if it can be done on walls then a overlay paver would be a possibility.

    Dan / Phx.

    1. I checked with the Techniseal technical team and am told that DriBond has not been tested for that scenario. To be safe, you would probably do well to scrape the cool deck coating off of the concrete prior to application.

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