Q: Why should I choose pavers?
A: The best reason to use pavers is for their superior durability.
Pavers (unlike concrete) will never crack, and they will last a
lifetime (If you've ever been to Europe, you'll know what we're
talking about). Another reason that people choose pavers over
concrete is the charm and beauty pavers possess. There are endless
color, style and designs to choose from.
Q: Is there an average square footage price?
A: No. All projects have variables, such as the amount of square
footage, the accessibility to the site, the amount of cutting
needed, and the paver choice.
Q: Can I put pavers over my concrete?
A: In some cases an "overlay" is possible. It is truly a case by
case basis though, and our design expert will gladly help you make
the right decision.
Q: Should I seal my pavers?
A: Sealant will keep your pavers looking new long after
installation. If you have older pavers, a clean and seal will
restore them to their original look!
Q: What is polymeric sand?
A: Polymeric sand is swept into the cracks then moistened to make
it harden (like an outdoor grout). Once the polymeric sand is
installed,it will keep any grass or plant from seeding in the
cracks of the pavers. On pool decks, polymeric sand will also keep
you from tracking loose sand into your pool or into your house.
Q: Will grass grow up thru my pavers after installation?
A: Grass will never grow up through the sub base and the pavers.
You can however get airborne growth in the cracks, but a simple
spray product such as Weed-B-Gone will eliminate that issue. The
best solution is to use polymeric sand at the time of
Q: What is pave-edge? A: Pave-edge is a plastic or metal
edge that holds the borders in place by anchoring into the soil
with spikes. It is recommended because you may landscape right up
to the pavers with it.
Q: How soon after my pavers have been installed can I walk/drive
A: Immediately! You can use and enjoy your paver project as soon as
the job is finished!
Q: Is there any maintenance needed with pavers?
A: If your paver installation did not use polymeric sand, then you
will need to sweep sand into the cracks once every 5 years or
Q: What if I stain my pavers?
A: If you accidentally stain your pavers, you simply pull up the
stained paver and replace it. We always leave some pavers on site
after an installation. As always, we are happy to come replace the
stained paver for you.
Q: What is pervious pavement?
A: Pervious pavement is an environmentally friendly paving system
that filters the water as it drains back into the water table.