GraniteCrete™ works where others fail.

GraniteCrete paths and walkways have the look and feel of a crushed organic surface, but bear the near-strength and erosion control of professionally installed concrete. Our pathways are porous, allowing water to pass through at over an inch per hour. They also address storm-water and heat-island environmental concerns, yielding 13 points in three categories of the LEED rating system. Combined with your choice of four organic colors, GraniteCrete is the natural path for your next landscaping project.

  • Pathways & Rec. Trails
  • Driveways
  • Golf Course Cart Paths
  • Bicycle Trails
  • Pedestrian Overlooks
  • Roadway Medians
  • Landscape Paths
  • Courtyards & Patios
  • Off-street Parking
  • Bocce Ball Courts

Are you a homeowner who needs a sustainable, long-lasting surface for walkways, garden paths or a courtyard? GraniteCrete works for all of these purposes and is strong and lasting enough to be used for parking and driveways as well. Visit our gallery of residential installations for inspiration. Learn how GraniteCrete is perfect for your home!

Ready to talk to an expert about how GraniteCrete™ can work for your landscape? Contact a representative. We will be happy to answer any questions you may have.

GraniteCrete™ Certified Installer Program

GraniteCrete Certified Installers Badge
Look for the GraniteCrete Certified Installer Badge

Only contractors with extensive experience installing GraniteCrete earn our Certified Installer Badge. Look for this badge when choosing a contractor. Click here for a list of Certified Installers.

Contractors: Interested in earning the Certified Installer badge from GraniteCrete™ ? Show your clients that you are an expert in the installation of GraniteCrete™.
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Making a Case for Permeable Paving

When I was first developing GraniteCrete, I knew the importance of replenishing our water table; how precious water is to our planet.  When we had GraniteCrete tested and found out it was permeable we were ecstatic. Not only did we have a green alternative to asphalt and concrete, but it was indeed permeable!

-Geoff Smith, President of GraniteCrete

GraniteCrete, as a company, stands as a leader in the permeable paving industry and a strong advocate for permeable paving. Traditional, impermeable surfaces—such as concrete—cause unnecessary erosion through runoff. They play a huge role in the decline of watershed integrity in urban and urbanizing areas.  Impermeable surfaces degrade groundwater quality, increase damaging streamflow, and even increase the likelihood of flooding. The evils of impermeable paving include:

Water puddling on non-porous surface
This image illustrates the dangers of using a non-permeable paving surface.
  • Higher discharge
  • Bank erosion
  • Sediment transportation
  • Increased pollutant loads in streams
  • Runoff to lakes and the ocean
  • Reduced groundwater recharge

Make It Permeable!

Fortunately, permeable paving solutions exist.  Permeable paving allows rainwater to percolate directly into the ground, reducing runoff and all of its associated problems.  Many outdoor projects that now use non-permeable paving (such as concrete or asphalt) could use a permeable solution to produce a better-looking, more environmentally-sustainable landscape.

While choosing a permeable paving option may require a little more research than choosing a traditional paving option, it is well worth it.