Pavers are small, brick-like units that are typically made of concrete and laid into the ground of your outdoor space to accommodate driveways, walkways, pool decks, and other outdoor landscaping purposes. We specialize in the use of pavers because we believe in their ability to revitalize your standard flat concrete surface as they’re more aesthetically appealing and easy to repair. Offering the same benefits of standard concrete, you can be sure that you’re getting a durable and strong building material that’ll last you for several years without worry.
Concrete pavers are concrete bricks that are measured and laid into flat surfaces for purposes of walking or driving. Working similar to bricks, they’re incredibly durable and sustain the same properties as flat concrete, such as resistance to heat and scratching. Concrete pavers are easily customizable and are purposely built to enhance the appearance of your outdoor spaces, giving you more options than standard flat concrete, stone, or bricks. Concrete pavers can also be cleaned and maintained with minimal effort and may only require the occasional pressure washing to remove any debris that has accumulated in the pores of the concrete or mortar.
Interlocking pavers are arranged in a way that makes them look more aesthetically appealing and unique to your taste. This can be accomplished by installing pavers of different shades, sizes, and shapes, all compressed together to create a one-of-a-kind pattern just for your surface. Most clients that are using pavers for their driveways, around their pools, or for landscaping and walkway uses will request that they be interlocking to add more color and depth to their overall appearance. Interlocking pavers are a great way to add some depth and personalization to your outdoor surface as a whole.
Driveway and Sidewalks
Driveways and sidewalks are one of the most common places that pavers are considered for outdoor use. They’re easy to install and can give your driveway and sidewalk some texture compared to standard flat concrete. When used on your driveway or sidewalk, concrete pavers will remain extremely durable and won’t require much maintenance to keep them looking in top condition. If a paver comes loose, the repairs are even easier as they can usually be sealed right back into place. Most repairs are localized in their approach, saving you time and money on damages when they happen.
Pavers have an appearance that mimics that of bricks but in concrete form. Pavers are also installed using similar techniques to bricks, as they are laid next to each other, one by one, and sealed together using a mortar or similar substance. Once placed, the pavers are then evened and compressed together so that they are easier to walk and drive on. The pavers are more textured than standard bricks and can appear raised from the surface slightly more. They can also have less mortar sealing them like brick does, but this doesn’t mean they will become loose or lose their shape over time.