ChristinaJudy Pavers June 09th, 2018 - 18:26:57
Pavers made of concrete go well with flagstone brick and concrete walkways or patios. If you live in climates where winter temperatures dip below zero concrete pavers are a good choice. Theyre able to hold up well in extreme temperatures. Choose pavers in shades such as ochre pink bisque white or sand. Pavers come in keyhole x-shape y-shape pentagon hexagon and fan designs. Pavers are made of sandstone blue stone granite and limestone as well. Such pavers are typically quite pricey. These kinds of pavers are usually used for patios and sidewalks or around pools or fountains. You can choose pavers made of these materials in a variety of geometric designs.
In addition to the pattern you create with pavers on the deck around the pool you can also create irregular shapes and patterns for other areas around the pool. For example you can use irregular shaped pavers to create steppingstones as the entrance to the pool deck or patio. Irregular shapes such as stone pavers can create a decorative look such as to surround flowerbeds or create small walls to separate one area of the yard from another. You can also combine different shaped pavers to add a different design effect. Combining different shapes of pavers allows you to create unique designs that set your outdoor design and décor apart from the neighbors and other people you know.
Sealing pavers will enhance the color of the pavers giving a new look. Once applied a sealant the surface will remain stain free and it will also be easy to clean it. Bricks absorb oil and stains fast making your pavement dirty and slippery. High pressure cleaning is not recommended for brick pavers as it can damage the bricks. Always clean it using a low pressure cleaner. Color pigments are often used in concrete pavers. Rampant usage of chemicals can cause fading or discoloration of the pavers. Consult a professional before start cleaning concrete pavers. After cleaning you can apply a sealant so that the color remains protected for a long time.
What is the difference between thick and thin pavers? Where should you use either product? Do thick pavers cost more than thin pavers? Can I install thin pavers on top of my driveway? These are common questions we get from homeowners all of the time. Thick pavers range from two and three eighths of an inch to three and half inches in thickness. They are typically used in new construction. When you build a new home and choose pavers for your hardscaping thick pavers will be used. If you add a new pool to your existing home and decide to install pavers as the decking surface thick pavers will be used. If you want a new patio in your backyard thick pavers will be used. If you want to redo your driveway with pavers the existing concrete should be removed and thick pavers will then be installed on top of base material.