Paving has always been popular for driveways and walkways as well as outdoor living areas like patios and poolside areas. There's a good reason for that; pavers are tough and long lasting. They continue to look great whatever the weather and they can shrug off even the heaviest footfall or traffic on a daily basis. Done right your paving will last many lifetimes and always look perfect. Which is why you want to have your paving done by the pros who know exactly how to lay it level and how to choose the right kind of paving for the job. We are those pros and from stone to asphalt, patterned interlocking pavers to natural stone slabs, we can help you select exactly the right kind of paving for your property and then install it so that you get to enjoy a life time of good looking hardwearing paving perfection.
Interlocking pavers come in a wide variety of shapes, textures, materials, and colors and their shape means they fit together neatly without needing mortar. That should make them easy to install but what is often forgotten is that the interlocking pattern only looks right if the base beneath the pavers is perfectly prepared. If the underlying level subsides, shifts, or isn't level in the first place then interlocking pavers poke up and look ugly as well as creating trip hazards. Which is why you should have interlocking pavers installed by the pros who know how to prepare the sub layer for long lasting good looks.
Natural Stone Pavers
Timeless classics; natural stone pavers are the go to paving choice for that elegant natural look but with all the enduring and weatherproofing you expect from natural stone. Natural stone pavers are perfect for patios and other hardscapes and can flow smoothly into paths and driveways to create a harmonious effect around your property. They look just fantastic, reek of class, and last as long as time. Whether you go for sandstone, marble, limestone, or slate you can be sure of a timeless look and admiring if not downright jealous looks from you neighbors. Natural stone pavers may not be as cheap as some other options but their cost has to be balanced against the considerable increase in curb appeal and the value that sets on your property.
There are still cobblestone pathways and roads from the Romans that look as good today as they ever did. Cobbles are just an outright classic and make any property look classy but there's no denying that class of that caliber doesn't come cheap. They also have to be set by experts as any irregularities in the pattern will be immediately visible, whether that fault is down to installation or later down the line due to soil movement.
Not all paving options have to break the bank and asphalt is growing in popularity as asphalt pavers get better looking and more imaginative. Asphalt is economical, hard wearing, recycled, easy to install and copes brilliantly with uneven ground or difficult spaces and shapes.