The paver can be your sidewalk. It is the first thing that people are going to see because it is exposed to the public and they must also use it to get from one point to another, perhaps to your front door. Getting there requires the use of a paved pathway, from the entrance to your property to your verandah or reception area. And that area could be paved as well. While you are tending to your guests or clients, they must have place to park their cars.
Some have traveled very far to come and see you. You made provision for them by providing them with ample parking space. And this space too has been paved. So far so good. It all looks quite decorative and attractive. Who wouldn’t want to come and visit your property? They remember how it looked the last time they came to see you. But the longer you are fortunate enough to stay in business, the sooner you begin to see just how quickly and easily things can fall apart.
All your attractive paving goes for a ball of chalk due to ongoing wear and tear and sometimes even flagrant lack of consideration on the part of others. Of course, that much could still be avoided but there is not much you could do to hold back the weather. It must rain and, thank goodness, the sun must still shine. But both, would you believe, could have damaging consequences for your paving. But not unless you have taken advantage of regular paver coating work.
Just how regular this sealing work is going to be is going to depend on the weather. It will also depend on how busy your environment is these days. And maybe even, who or what is coming to visit you.