Frequently Asked Questions

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What are pavers made out of?

Interlock Concrete precast pavers are made out of cement in rock materials known as fine in Course aggregate. The volume of aggregate is modified to determine concrete paver finishes and color pigment is added before concrete pavers are poured into various standard shapes and sizes.

How long do pavers last?

Pavers are made to last it last a lifetime.

What are the different types of pavers?

Smooth pavers– pavers have a smooth surface and straight corners.
Textured pavers– have a textured surface that’s add an expensive look.
Tumbled pavers– have the corners broken out as an antique and distress broken and look.

Why choose pavers over stamped concrete?

Stamped concrete although  is easy to install is subject to frequent hair line cracking from the day is installed and also severe cracking shortly after installation. Pavers are durable, flexible and resistant to UV light and whether cycles.  They are slip resistant, easily repaired in maintenance is minimal, the options of customizing with pavers is limitless while stamped concrete has no options to customize.

How do I pick pavers that will make my driveway and walkways stand out from my neighbors?

Every project we do is customized to fit all of our customers once and needs. As we don’t make commission in selling material, we will provide you with all the options available in today’s market so you can better determine the best choice for your project.

What are interlocking concrete pavers?

Interlocking concrete pavers or pre-fabricated pavers are made out of colored cement and other elements designed to lock together to prevent growth of visitation between cracks and to ensure long life.

What is geotextile and what is its purpose?

Filter fabric and geotextile has the same purpose and is made out of plastic threads that allows water to pass around them, meaning permeable. Geotextile separates and contains the base from the underlying soil subgrade. It allows the base to Shed water and prevents the soil around it from working it’s way into the base. We recommend geotextile to be used over clay soil and silt, we use geotextile mainly for driveways and patios because of the traffic and weight.

What is the base made of and what should be used?

We construct the base from compacted crush stone that varies in size from 1 inch down to dust, base rock type II. This crush base rock is used for under base and is well compacted during the preparation stage.

How large is the crew that install my pavers?

3-5 craftsmen and 1 project manager.

How long until I can use my walkway and patio and driveway after installation?

The very next day.

How much does it cost to install pavers?

Costs are calculated primarily by determining the square footage of the area to be paved and type of stone pavers you wish to use, factoring in access to the project area, preparation of the surface and removal of old concrete or existing surface.

Should I apply sealer on my new pavers?

Sealing is not essential in many applications but it offer some benefits like making spills and stains easier to remove. Liquid sailors or applied after the pavers are installed in their cleaned was applied the sealer soak into the concrete and into the joints the sailor in the joint gift to send him please improvement with and aunts and sailors are essential for areas around swimming pools.  Sealers also make the colors of the pavers more vibrant.

Are there ways to prevent weeds from growing into the pavers?

Polymeric sand can be used in the joints instead of regular sand. Once the sand is brushed into the grooves of the pavers light amounts of water or introduced across the paved area to activate the polymeric sand. As a result the joint becomes both flexible and solid . polymeric sand is also hard and it prevents weeds from growing in between the grooves.

The pavers in value to my property?

Natural stone or concrete pavers add timeless appeal to any residential property increasing the overall value of your home.