• Interlocking brick pavers
  • Clay pavers
  • Permeable Pavers
  • Shell stone pavers
  • Natural stone pavers
  • Tumbled pavers
  • Retaining walls
  • Paver lights
  • Cleaning and Sealing
  • New and remodel pools
  • Driveways
  • Patios
  • Walkways
  • Balconies
  • Porches
  • Lanais
  • Footers

Our Experience team can solve any challenge, exceeding your expectations and renewing your pride in your property. Interlocking brick pavers are available in a wide range of styles and colors, giving our clients many options from which to choose. This variety offers you the opportunity to have a distinct appearance within your neighborhood.

Pavestones unlike concrete are, easy to repair, if a paver cracks simply remove and replace a portion of the affected area. This is far less expensive than replacing an entire slab of concrete and far more attractive than concrete patches.

When remodeling any outdoor space, pavers will stand the test of time.

Why seal your new or existing pavers?

Sealing protect pavers, It creates an invisible barrier on top of the pavers that repels water, oil and anything else you might accidentally drop on your pavers. Sealing also preserves the color and enhances their durability. Regularly cleaned and sealed pavers can also reduce the effect of foot and tire traffic.

How often should you seal your pavers?

Sealer should last between two to three years depending on the care given to the area and the quality of the pavers. The condition of the pavers plays a role in their longevity.

Polymeric Sand

Polymeric sand is available in two colors. This sand is made of special polymers designed to fill narrow and wide joints. Polymeric sand remains in place, effectively resisting erosion from wind and water. Also prevents insect infestation and inhibit the growth of weeds, and won’t be tracked into the house or pool.

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