If you are considering a new backyard patio and are not quite sure what material to use, then patio pavers are a great option. Not only are there 100’s of different colors, patterns and styles to choose from; the pavers are backed with a manufacturers lifetime warranty from breaking and cracking.
You can choose almost any color you can imagine, from natural earth tones, to vibrant. There are many different textures to select as well, from smooth non-tumbled pavers, to tumbled, embossed, and even old world cobble stone pavers or flagstone pavers.
The options are truly endless for your new paver patio and the end result will be a treat for not only yourself and your family, but for anyone that visits your new patio.
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Yes, the same crew did both projects. The only difference between the two projects was that the homeowner saved a lot of money the second go around by educating himself and selecting Install It Direct to complete his project. He also ended up with a much better design, as all of our consultants are Professional Designers as opposed to "Salespeople" looking for a BIG commission check.
Based on a typical 1,000sqft "square driveway (residential)," you are looking at an estimated range of $9,900-$13,900; however, this can vary, depending on the following factors:
Yes, the prices do vary depending on which manufacturer you choose. Angelus/Orco would be the least expensive, followed by Ackerstone/Olsen, then Belgard.
Yes, the prices do vary depending on which paver type you choose. Non-Tumbled would be the least expensive, followed by Tumbled, then Slate Top.
No, sealer is optional. There are various types of sealers, including: joint stabilizer sealer, color enhancer sealer, wet look sealer, etc.; however, the most popular sealer is the joint stabilizer sealer. This particular sealer locks in the joints to help prevent weeds or any other growth from occurring between the pavers. It also helps with inhibiting staining, however, it does not eliminate all stains.