Your property will be more beautiful, elegant, and valuable when you have a paver patio installed.
It is common for homeowners to realize that they want a practical outdoor space, one in which patio furniture is easy to use and mud puddles are never an issue.
Pavers, usually made of natural stone, clay brick, concrete, or precast concrete, harkens back to the earliest form of human construction. Paver patios – especially those with a fire pit – can make you feel more at home in the place you call home just as its quintessential dry stone walls dot the countryside.
It is possible to bring a hardscaping project to life with landscaping. As a full-service landscaping company, we design and execute custom masonry projects.
You can walk your property with us to get a feel for how you want to proceed, then meet with us to discuss the wide variety of materials available.
In the same way as there are many types of siding for houses, including shakes, clapboards, fiber cement, stucco, and vinyl, there are many types of pavers. Others create a more traditional style, while others create a more modern, sleek look. We’ll give you a chance to consider all your options and determine what is right for you.
A paver patio is not only more elegant than poured concrete, but it is also more durable. Compared to concrete patches that are hard to camouflage, small, interlocking pavers crack less easily, and any damaged stone can easily be replaced. Preparing the area before laying the pavers will also prevent the growth of weeds and grass, which can cause cracks in poured concrete.
Having a patio made of pavers also gives you an enormous amount of freedom. Combinations of colors, textures, shapes and their patterns offer a wide variety of possibilities. The aesthetic investment we provide is not an off-the-shelf purchase, but rather one that is custom-made for your home.
Additionally, a paver patio can serve as an anchor for other stone elements like a fire pit, retaining walls, and walkways that contribute to a garden-like leisure area.
As soon as we have designed and sourced your project, here is what you should expect next.
Our crew will first set up shop and begin digging to create a sturdy, level surface for the pavers. This will entail packing down the foundation, ensuring correct drainage, and erecting a barrier to prevent vegetation development.
After that, edging will be installed, and the joints between the pavers will be compacted with sand for a smooth, stable, and finished appearance.
When we’re finished, your home will have a remarkable addition. Something you can use and enjoy when the weather permits, as well as a new aspect to your home that you’ll appreciate every day even if you’re simply looking at it from inside your home on a wet day.
A paver patio is not only a financial investment that will increase the value of your home, but it is also a creative project that will increase the intrinsic value of your home.