IF YOU'RE IN NEED OF PAVERS
Brick and Tile Pavers make yards AMAZING by their beauty, lack of maintenance, less watering and trimming grass, and many more!
Concrete pavers have many features that make them appealing to many homeowners and builders. Their versatility and low cost make them a great option for people with a tight budget or with say a larger pool area to fill. Concrete is also incredibly durable and leaves a lot of room for design flexibility. There are also endless possibilities with concrete to make your pool area unique. From light colored pavers to earth tone colors and a whole palette in between, you are sure to find a color that suits your yard’s theme. You can also blend different colors to create a beautiful, unique natural looking pool. However, despite the benefits of concrete pavers, the issue of safety is of great concern. If not well done, concrete pavers can be slippery. The maintenance is also high as you will need to redo a bigger section unlike stone pavers and brick pavers.
Stone pavers are the go-to option for those interested in durability, strength and aesthetic appeal. Stone pool pavers are stronger than concrete pavers and can withstand extreme weather conditions and high traffic. Maintenance is also easier with stone as if one stone is cracked, you can remove it and place a new one in its spot, without having to redo the whole pool area.
Travertine stone pavers are an Eco-friendly paver made of natural material that can be used in a variety of different ways when designing and constructing your outdoor landscape. Benefits to using travertine stone pavers include lack of discoloration, extreme durability, and the fact that travertine doesn’t heat up in hot weather. Travertine pavers have a non-slip surface finish as they have a high co-efficient of friction. This means that Travertine Pavers will provide a safe walking and play surface area for the whole family. Travertine is a material that can be found across the globe and is formed by a geological layering process that builds over time.
Brick pavers are popular in Northern New Jersey because of their ease of installation and repair, much like stone.
Brick also allows for flexibility in colors, and provides both durability and safety. Unlike concrete, brick pavers can conform to any movement in the underlying soil, which prevents pavers from cracking. However, brick are more susceptible to moss and installation could prove tricky if your pool area has a lot of curves.
Many of our clients need pavers and we are happy to help you with that! We can do great paver work, even high-end work, but our company is focused most on shade. There hundreds of paver companies in South Florida with much fancier websites. We found that many of our roof clients also needed paver work and preferred to deal with one company for all!