Patio pavers are engineered to last long. However, paver materials will only last if each stone is installed properly. To ensure this, it’s a good idea to hire professional paving stone contractors rather than try to install the project yourself.
With proper experience and knowledge, the paver installer will be able to ensure all paving stones are installed according to the design and that proper installation steps are taken.
To understand the proper installation process for paving stones please watch this video.
Check out the Paver Installers
You should not hire the first paver installer that you find. There are many paving stone contractors but not all of them offer the same service. If you want to get value for your money, you have to find the installer that will install your patio properly for a reasonable rate.
Nevertheless, quality should always be a priority over the price when it comes to paving stone installations. If you base your decision solely on price you will likely receive low quality workmanship and service.
If you want your patio pavers to be installed properly you need real professionals to do the job. Be sure to check out recent projects and talk to previous clients during your decision making process.
Look for Knowledge and Experience
To find out more about the patio paver installers, you should contact them directly and ask a lot of questions. This will give you an idea on how knowledgeable the contractors are.
Real professionals will be patient in answering your questions, which is a signal that they provide good customer service down the road. You should also inquire if they have experience on the type of pavers you want to use and on the type of project you want to contract.
Also, on any project, it’s important to make sure that you are hiring contractors who are fully licensed and insured.
Finally it’s always good to compare the written warranties of each installer so that you can choose the one that will fit your needs the best. For example, Pacific Pavingstone offers a life time warranty on materials and workmanship for all of our paving stone installations.
While many manufactures offer lifetime warranties on their materials, the installers often have have short term or no warranties for their workmanship.
If you have questions or are looking for estimate let us know and we will be happy to help.