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What happens if roots should eventually disrupt the continuity of the finished product?

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What happens if roots should eventually disrupt the continuity of the finished product?

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One of the great benefits of using pavers instead of concrete or asphalt, besides the pure aesthetic reasons, is that they can be removed. If conditions arise because of tree roots or a utility problem the pavers in the affected area can be removed, the problem fixed, and the pavers replaced. Conversely, concrete and asphalt would have to be completely removed in order to fix utility problems or partially removed to deal with tree trunks. 9.

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