How to Install Pavers A – Z
Stone pavers add beauty and elegance to any outdoor space. You can install patio pavers to create an outdoor living room, walkway pavers to connect spaces, and use driveway pavers to add curb appeal. You can get even more creative by have custom paver fountains built, paver columns, and bench seating. Pavers are a durable material that can be configured to make a variety of shapes – allowing for ultimate creativity. If you are considering installing pavers Go Pavers posts all of the pavers prices online, making it easy to see how much your project will cost.
Starting your pavers project is easier than you think.
Here is how to install pavers A – Z.
- Decide where in your landscape you would like to install pavers. This can be the driveway, side yard, back yard or any outdoor space.
- Take a picture of that area.
- Upload your photo to the Go Pavers Visualizer Tool. This free service lets you choose from a variety of paver styles and colors, placing them onto your photo. This free 2D image will let you see exactly how your space will look once pavers have been installed. You can play with this tool as much as you like until you find the perfect combination. It can also give you a good idea of which project will create the most dramatic impact, giving you a starting point to install pavers.
- Measure the area where you want to install your pavers. Multiply the width by the length to arrive at the total square footage.
- Compare paver prices online at our Go Pavers website. Multiply the total square footage by the pavers cost per square foot to arrive at the total price. Our online prices include demolition, materials, and labor for an all-inclusive price.
- Excavate the area (or have the Go Pavers team do it for you). You need to dig 6 – 8” deep.
- Lay a gravel base that is 4 – 6” and make sure the compact it.
- Install pavers on top of the base. They can be arranged in a variety of patterns for visual intrigue. You can also used tumbled pavers with jagged edges to create an interesting outer border. This will look stunning when up against beauty bark or a contrasting color.
- Use a sand filler in between the pavers to hold it in place. Make sure to fill it to the top.
- Clean your pavers thoroughly and lay paver sealer (optional).
Once you are done you will have a gorgeous looking outdoor space that is both timeless and elegant. Paver sealer can help to keep your pavers looking new, longer. An ambitious home owner can DIY or Go Pavers can do all of this for you. We recommend you work with a professional if you are doing anything complicated like building a pavers fountain or laying pavers around the pool (this requires additional stability measures).
At Go Pavers you can easily design your landscape redesign using our free visualizer tool. You can also budget for your remodel by looking at paving stones price per square foot and shopping our many pavers specials. Call us today at 1-855-9-PAVERS(728377) for a free consultation and lets get started!
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