This year, give your yard a transformation by having our team design and install a paver patio for you! When it comes to selecting materials for your patio, pavers outperform many other options in the landscaping industry on several levels, including durability, affordability, and attractiveness.
Pavers are long-lasting, low-cost, and easy to maintain.
Concrete pavers are an excellent alternative to poured concrete patios since they are durable and interlocking. Concrete slabs are susceptible to cracking and breaking, which requires patching. This type of repair work can detract from the overall appearance of your landscaping. Weeds can also grow through cracks in concrete. Brick pavers are durable, solid, and allow for contraction and expansion. Because brick pavers are so easy to maintain, they're a better option than stamped concrete patio slabs.
Using paving stones is ultimately an investment. You will be investing in an affordable patio improvement that will raise the value of your property. Consider the relaxing outdoor living environment you'll create when you complete your project properly the first time.
Pavers allow you a wide range of creative design possibilities.
The diversity of options and personalization is one of the things that attracts many homeowners to a paver patio. Individual pavers come in a variety of colors, shapes, textures, and patterns.
Pavers are available in a variety of shapes and designs. A pure rectangular paver, such as Hollands or Cobblestones, is the most popular option. Squares, tapered units, triangular units, and longer rectangles are also excellent choices.
You may use pavers to add a hardscaping element to the rest of your property, such as walkways, retaining walls, or even a built-in fireplace, in addition to creating a beautiful patio. When it comes to pavers, your yard is your canvas. You can create a pattern that sticks out or blend your pavers for a natural look. Your pavers can go with any style, from modern to rustic. Your imagination is the only limit to how unique you can make your look.
When it comes to your patio installation, here's what to expect.
While choosing patio pavers with the right aesthetics to achieve your vision should be at the top of your list, there are other important aspects of paver patio planning to consider. When installing a paver patio, consider the following key elements in mind.
1. Digging - Dig to the proper depth for your material installation (paver, flagstone, brick, etc.).
2. Create a barrier with landscaping cloth to prevent vegetation and weeds from growing.
3. Base - Pack down the earth and use a paver base or sand to create a flat, level surface.
4. Drainage — Use grading to help with drainage by controlling the slope of the land.
5. Edging - To keep pavers intact, create a solid edge around your patio by using more stone pavers, cement, or vinyl edging.
6. Filling — Once the pavers are inset, sand the cracks to give them a finished look and to prevent weeds from growing
7. Extra pavers - Keep extra pavers on hand in case you need to make a repair or decide to expand your patio at a later date.
A paver patio will add beauty to your landscaping, provide life to your outside space, and offer a relaxing and entertaining space for your family and friends.