In today’s market there are more options than ever before when it comes to installing a new patio on your property. Just like everything in life, the more options there are at your disposal, the harder it is to choose what you want. There are stone, interlocking, turf, precast unit, open cell, and tumbled precast unit pavers. Each paver has its own advantages and hopefully after reading this post you’ll be able to make an informed decision about what to choose.
Interlocking pavers are becoming a huge sensation in patio design because of their relatively low cost, variety of colors, and endless possibilities when it comes to designs. The myriad of colors and designs create a fabulous mosaic on your patio and will be sure to impress all the guests at your next party.
Interlocking pavers also require very little maintenance and are incredibly durable. Plus, if one paver happens to break, there’s no need to repair the whole patio! Just buy and install a new one yourself.
Much like interlocking pavers, this classic material is easy for a DIYer to install by him or herself. Stone pavers don’t require any messy mortar to lay down. All you need to do is lay down a base layer of sand and place the pavers on top. They are also highly durable and easy to replace if one breaks. The wide selection of colors can easily compliment your home’s exterior. You can use stone to match the color you’re adding on to an existing patio.
Brick pavers have been used for thousands of years to create roads and sidewalks so there’s no reason to not use them for your patio construction in Kansas City, MO.
Turf pavers are perfect for someone who wants a unique combination of pavers and open turf. They were originally designed to provide a space for cars to drive without having to pay to pave the entire surface. Now, they’re popular in residential driveways.
Precast unit pavers
Look no further than precast unit pavers if you want a durable yet attractive patio. Typically made of concrete, these pavers will stand the test of time while looking fabulous. These are perfect for someone who isn’t looking to do it their self. Our professionals are up to the task of laying these pavers for you.
Tumbled precast unit pavers
These pavers are tumbled in a factory to produce an eroded look. The tumbling makes the stones smoother so they’re good to go around your backyard pool.
Open Cell pavers
Open cell pavers can really set your backyard apart from the rest of your neighbors. In addition to being unique, open cell pavers are eco and wallet friendly. With these pavers, rainwater will runoff into the grass instead of flowing into storm drains. That’ll help reduce the need for irrigation systems, cutting costs on your next water bill. Much like stone and interlocking pavers, grass pavers are easy to install so it’s not necessary to pay to hire a contractor.
Call us at 816-318-8599 to request a fair quote for your patio construction in Kansas City, MO. We also offer a huge selection of pavers for the do it yourselfer!