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Landscape Pavers – Interlocking Pavers – Brick Pavers

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Why Pavers

  • A huge variety of paving styles
  • Unlimited color possibilities
  • Create your very own design
  • Low cost, low maintenance
  • EASY TO REPAIR
  • Durability – 50 year + life expectancy
  • No cracking or breaking
  • 3 times stronger than poured or stamped concrete
  • Perfect for freeze-thaw conditions
  • Safe, non-skid surface
  • Easy Installation

Fire Rings

Fire Rings are beautifully handcrafted to the highest quality standards using durable, 3,500 psi concrete. The color and texture of each Fire Ring is carefully replicated to give the appearance of authentic, natural stone without the labor or cost

Each Fire Ring Kit comes complete with the inside base, exterior stone finish, and smooth form finished cap pieces.

Concrete Pavers

Concrete pavers are an attractive addition to any landscape project. You can use pavers for a project as small as making a trail through a flower garden or as complex as building a unique patio in your back yard, a retaining wall or even a new driveway

Pavers Add Value

The right concrete paver project will add value to your home by increasing your curb appeal. The beauty of pavers adds value and visual appeal to any property. By adding flexibility not possible with rigid pavement, pavers can flow with existing landscaping to deliver beauty to any property.

Interlocking Pavers

Interlocking concrete pavers are a sensible and aesthetically attractive choice for all outdoor surfaces.

Our Pavers are manufactured to meet American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM) standards of at least 8,000 psi approximately four times stronger than concrete and ten to twenty times stronger than asphalt.

Concrete pavers are extremely dense units that are extremely durable, offer superior stability under severe loads, and are not affected by the extremes of heat and frost. They are built to stand up to the toughest weather conditions, from shifting soil to extreme heat or cold.

Pavers do not expand due to moisture absorption, which cause traditional paving methods (such as asphalt or concrete) to lift. With pavers, frost damage is virtually non-existent as the joints between the pavers absorb the damaging powers of frost by flexing and not cracking. Each unit has joints that allow for a small amount of movement without cracking. A segmental paving system allows for expansion and contraction without producing surface cracks, unlike concrete surfaces and stamped concrete.