Start the new ear off right with a whole new look to your most treasured hardscapes.
With interlocking concrete pavers, you can finally achieve beautifully crafted hardscapes that resist cracks, inhibit the growth of existing vegetation and ensure longevity, naturally and for substantially longer than ordinary cement.
Modern technology continues to improve our lives by making things easier, more durable, and cost effective. Innovations in paving stones have done this and more. Pavers have been used for centuries and are still gracing the countryside throughout Europe. They were used in Roman roads, old European villages, and Spanish courtyards. They are romantic and deliver old world charm to any of your outdoor spaces. The rustic beauty of paving stones has not changes, what has is how they are made and how durable they are.
Installing pavers in your landscape will transform the space into something spectacular. Traditional cement driveways, patios, and walkways are dull and boring. With a single grey color, they are functional but do not add a design element or enhance the look of your home. Paving stones are actually more durable than cement and absolutely stunning.
This article was originally published on Angie’s List on January 2, 2014. Written by a Go Pavers expert, you can read more here.
Paving stones are a lovely alternative to concrete driveways, patios and walkways. They come in a variety of colors that will compliment your landscape while providing a durable solution to your outdoor needs.
In Southern California, paving stones are used in homes to create outdoor spaces, beautiful patios, walkways, driveways, and pool decks. They are stunningly beautiful and can add a touch of glamour and charm to your home. What many people don’t realize is that they are also the sustainable solution for creating hardscapes.
Paving stones have existed since the Roman days. In fact, you can still find historic pavers on ancient Roman roads today. While they have changed over time, the basic concept remains the same. Pavers are durable and have proven to stand the test of time. For generations they have been the surface for our courtyards, roads, walkways, and more. The color, texture, and style may change but the historic elegance of paving stones never goes out of fashion.
Pavers are a lovely way to make your outdoor spaces pop. They have a rustic old world charm that will enhance your outdoor spaces. They are more durable than concrete and can be used in driveways, patios, walkways, and around your pool deck. If you have already installed pavers or are about to start a pavers project consider making your own personalized paving stone for a personalized touch.
Paving stones are elegant and add a touch of refinement to a home. Rather than having a concrete driveway, install driveway pavers to deliver curb appeal and a statement of taste and sophistication. Homeowners often ask why they should switch to pavers since concrete driveways, patios, and walkways have been used for so long. The reality is that pavers have actually been used longer. The Romans used pavers made of clay or natural stone to create their walkways, roads, and the surface of their cities. They have been used throughout Europe for centuries and can be found winding along the Tuscan hillside through charming villages or leading up to old monasteries.
Pavers are a stunning alternative to a standard concrete driveway, patio, or walkway. They add rustic beauty and allow for the ultimate in design creativity. Homeowners that want to increase their curb appeal or create an outdoor oasis should use paving stones to set the stage.
Home owners looking for environmentally friendly design solutions should look no further than paving stones. In Los Angeles pavers have been used instead of concrete driveways to allow for ground water penetration. This popular practice started because it adds an old world charm to a driveway. Now people are beginning to understand the environmental benefits to using paving stones above and beyond their gorgeous aesthetics.