Whether you call them interlocking pavers, brick pavers, paving stones, concrete pavers or simply pavers… Our ICPI certified concrete paver installers are industry professionals and meet or exceed installation standards set by The Interlocking Concrete Pavement Institute.
Most pavers are similar in installation process, but not all contractors follow the same installation and quality control techniques. Pavers are extremely versatile and can be used to customize the exterior of your home; they offer a great alternative to plain concrete or asphalt. Paved walkways, paved driveways and paved pool decks have become very popular because of the fashionable beauty, low maintenance and long term value they add to your home. Depending on the size and scope of work involved, the construction of a new paver driveway, patio, pool deck or pathway can be very labor intensive.
Quality pavers make a surface that can last for generations when placed on a well-prepared base. Well installed pavers can be somewhat pliable since there are so many edges to allow for movement which gives them great load bearing, therefore cracking rarely happens.