We just replaced our 40 year old, badly cracked, asphalt driveway with pavers. The edge of the concrete garage floor has a lip that slopes down to the driveway. The lip is about 3" wide and drops about 1.5". The garage door closes just before the lip so that all of the drop is outside the garage when the door is closed.
The old asphalt driveway had a crown about 1 foot from the egde of the garage, probably as a water barrier.
With the pavers, the grade is continous right up to the edge or the garage floor, which leaves the edge of the last row of pavers sticking up about .75". I am concerned that this will be a good place to stub a toe or stumble.
The guys who installed the pavers suggested getting something they called "self-leveling concrete epoxy" to fill in the trough from the end of the pavers for about 2". The problem is that they could not agree on what the product was called and whether it is a liquid or a powder.
Can someone suggest a product that I can use to fill in this little trough that will (a) look like the concrete garage floor (blend in) and (b) adhere to the existing concrete?