Paver Driveway Design and Installation
PAVER DRIVEWAY DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION
PAVER DRIVEWAYS: ARRIVE IN STYLE
PROFESSIONAL PAVER CREWS AND AN INDUSTRY-LEADING WARRANTY
Why choose a paver driveway?
Today’s homeowners have plenty of options when it comes to driveway design. Black asphalt, plain gray or stamped concrete can all a driveway make – but without a doubt, pavers are the pinnacle of driveway design. The perfect combination of durability, aesthetics, and long-term value – pavers add style to every step. We stand behind the quality of our work with an industry-leading warranty.
Paver driveways age with elegance and grace – no facelifts needed here
The number one stress on outdoor surfaces isn’t cars, SUVs, foot steps, or the sun – it’s the annual cycle of freezing and thawing which causes the earth to swell and contract, and concrete to buckle and crack. Even stamped concrete succumbs to this annual trial, leaving unsightly spiderwebs and mismatched patches.
Pavers (whether they are concrete, brick, stone, or permeable) all weather the freeze-thaw cycle with grace. In the unlikely event that an individual paver breaks, you can always replace it leaving its neighbors undisturbed. If, over time, this driveway shifts and becomes uneven the structure can easily be repaired by removing individual pavers, re-leveling, and then reinstalling the same pavers. Simple. Easy. No mud-jacking, jack hammering, or ugly patching necessary.
Endlessly customizable patterns and designs
Whatever material you choose, no other option comes close to the level of beauty and customization offered by pavers. Paver driveways can enhance the home with color, stone or paver inlays, or stamped designs. Herringbone or versailles patterns, a circle, or a fleur de lis, nearly anything is possible.
The value of long-term durability and permeability
Newly installed permeable paver driveway protects the lake from runoff
While the up-front cost of pavers is higher that an asphalt or concrete driveway, the long-term value over their entire life span is unquestionable. Because they are relatively easy to repair, a properly maintained paver driveway can last between 25 and 50 years! The initial cost of an asphalt or concrete driveway may be low, but those initial estimates often don’t take into account the labor intensive and expensive process of breaking up and hauling away those surfaces when it’s time for a new driveway.
Besides being gorgeous, pavers can help control toxic runoff. Water can seep between individual pavers, entering the soil below instead of the street. Permeable pavers are specifically engineered to facilitate this process. With a traditional concrete slab driveway, water will collect oil and carry it into the street and storm drains, eventually entering local lakes and streams.