Pavers stones are a wonderful hardscape option.
Pavers come in a variety of colors, shapes and patterns. Interlocking pavers can be used in all flatwork: driveways, walkways, patios, pool decks and more. When you’ve picked the color and pattern of your pavers, the stones are placed over a prepared subgrade according and laid to the pattern guidelines. Paver stone patterns can have simple customizations by cutting stones to incorporate lines or borders to distinguish the change of space, say from a porch to a walkway to a driveway.
When the stones are all placed, interlocking sand secures the hardscape into place. Interlocking pavers will not crack with shrinkage or ground movement because it is not a single material unit, it allows for flexibility. Pavers also allow for you to be able to repair sections of your hardscape should the ground move.
For example, if your interlocking paver patio lifts or shifts over time due to the roots of a tree, you can remove the pavers in the affected area, remove the roots and replace the same pavers, without replacing the entire patio. Interlocking paver hardscapes have a greater weight bearing load than concrete (concrete weight capacity is generally sufficient for nearly all residential applications).
We are experts in interlocking paver installation. There are multiple paver stone suppliers to pick your product from, we recommend, and the majority of our clients tend to choose from Calstone and Belgard products.