If you're looking to add some versatile flair to your outdoor patio, walkway, or driveway, then adding in pavers is the way to go.

Pavers are the classic choice for an aseptically pleasing outdoor space and are an incredibly popular material for outdoor hardscaping. Pavers are made of stones, tile, brick, or concrete used as exterior flooring. They can be used for everything from pathways and walkways to driveways, patios, and sidewalks, offering years of use and durability. Seeing as they have an incredibly long life span, and require little maintenance, pavers are an environmentally friendly option designed to fit your one-of-a-kind style.

Pavers offer many custom options including driveways, parking lots, walkways, patios, and pathways, and are a great way to enhance curb appeal. Pavers come in a variety of materials and colors, but the most common materials are concrete, brick, or natural stone. They work well in a variety of different applications and our selection of materials offers limitless creative possibilities. Our color palette offers multiple blends to complement the architecture of your space while our contoured patterns allow the option of creating a completely customized look. Our paver products are designed to fit any unique design scheme.

Pavers have high traction especially when wet, making them ideal for pool decks and driveways. Their durability can be up to 4x stronger than typical concrete, adding safety and strength to any property. During the installation process, paver stones disperse the weight evenly, using an interlocking system that prevents any cracking. In addition, unlike concrete that can crack, pavers can last anywhere from 30-50 years. In the event that they are damaged, pavers are easily replaceable can be installed quickly on top of existing concrete surfaces. By doing so, the paving stones can be lifted, and the base can be re-compacted, making the stones look brand new. Since pavers can be ready for use immediately after installation, they are often chosen for projects with tight deadlines.

When installing pavers, we install our base before we do anything else. First, we excavate the area and tamp the earth. We install fabric to separate the stone from the dirt. After the fabric is installed, we put 6" to 8" crushed 2's and 1" to 2" 1as. We use an open aggregate base to help with northeast weather conditions.