What are the pros and cons of interlocking?


  • Interlocking is a rigid surface that remains flexible and allows disbursement of heavy loads.
  • It provides the strength of poured concrete without the problem of cracking.
  • It has many design options.
  • It is aesthetically appealing.


  • It is a more costly option.
  • Weed and moss maintenance are required.
  • There is shifting due to subsoil movement.