Pavers

THE INITIAL PLANNING
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Concrete is the more affordable of the two, but pavers offer the best resale value and are more visually appealing. Concrete slabs are essentially the same as pavers, just quite a bit larger. These are ideal for covering large spaces of land such as pool decks.

Pavers

Pavers are a lot less likely to crack because of the aggregate mix and their method of interlock. The natural density of the stone—created by the high compressive strength—doesn’t allow water to enter the stone in the first place.

Pavers are much easier to repair than concrete. To repair paving stones, you need to pull up the problem area (and sometimes the surrounding stones), adjust the base, and re-lay the stones.
FROM START TO FINISH

Benefits of Upgrading to Pavers · Pavers increase your property value by up to a 70% return on investment.

 

To give your backyard paradise a major glow-up, consider adding pavers. The benefits of pavers include not only helping to beautify a space but also cutting down on maintenance, giving you more time to enjoy outdoor living and less time maintaining it.

 

  • Pavers beautify outdoor spaces. A pathway to your garden or a patterned patio will increase visual appeal and break up the monotony of a lawn space.
  • Pavers are easier to maintain than wood decks. There’s no need to worry about staining and sealing wood every few years and, unlike wood, there’s no need to worry about replacing rotten deck boards.
  • Pavers are more durable than cement slabs. Pavers won’t crack or shift like a slab patio and if one paver cracks, you can replace it, and not have to redo the entire space like with a slab.
  • Paver patios and driveways can last well over 50 years if they’re installed properly.

 

Travertine Paver Tile

Travertine Pool Coping