The patio is the classic outdoor gathering spot for families, friends, and neighbors. While concrete patios served their purpose in their day, today's options allow your patio to become an extension of your home and landscape.

Pavers are made from a number of materials, including concrete, sandstone, granite, and clay. Concrete pavers are the most popular due to their many different shapes, styles, and color shades, as well as their cost-effectiveness. In many cases, they are a less expensive alternative than even poured concrete, and due to the wide variety of shapes, a quality paver technician can create unique artistic patterns in your patio and walkways.

Paver patios provide good looking functionality that is durable and long lasting.

Benefits of pavers

Concrete pavers are less expensive than poured concrete and even asphalt. When a need for repair arises, rather than having to repair or replace an entire patio, individually damaged pavers can easily be replaced. Concrete pavers are long lasting too, with an average life span of more than 30 years! Concrete pavers will expand and contract with temperature changes, but they won't crack like a slab of concrete will. No reinforcing materials or rebar is required.

Concrete pavers are extremely low maintenance. When joint sand needs replenishing, simply take a broom and sweep the additional amount of sand necessary into the joints. If the need arises, individual pavers can be removed to relevel a wayward paver or remove debris such as weeds or plant roots.

Design flexibility

Pavers come in a multitude of styles and shapes. Some are designed to be interlocking in a tongue and groove fashion, while others have a smooth edge finish. Design patterns, edging, and curves are all easily created by our professional paver installation teams.

Pavers complement natural stone for unique looks.