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What Are Paving Stones?
Paving stones are compressed concrete units that are used for driveways, patios, walkways and more. What makes them unique is that instead of being mortared into place over a concrete slab, they are laid down on a bed of compacted road base and a leveling layer of sand. Additional joints sand is installed between the joints. This creates an interlocking system of stones that is not only very strong and secure, but also allows flexibility if needed. This means that paving stones won’t crack due to weather conditions or movement. They are even earthquake resistant, which makes them a great choice if you live in Southern California.
Why Should I Choose Paving Stones Instead of Asphalt or Poured Concrete?
Do Paving Stones Come in Different Colors?
Can You Have Multiple Paving Stone Styles in One Design?
How Long Do Paving Stones Last?
If Paving Stones are sealed when installed, they can last decades. If you get a damaged stone or stain on your paving stone surface, you can replace the affected stone in lieu of replacing the entire area.
What Is Paver Sealer?
Paver sealer is a coating that’s applied over a paving stone project to protect it. Sealer prevents staining and helps the stones retain their natural color.
Do You Offer a Warranty on a Paving Stone Installations?
Our warranty varies based on the type of work but is consistent with industry standards. When you meet one of our designers, they can walk you through it or call for more information.
Is There a Minimum for Your Projects?
Do I Need to Pull My Own Permits?
Do You Need a Gas Line for a Fire Pit?
Fire pits can be prefabricated or built custom. If you don’t want to run a gas line, you can purchase a prefabricated option that runs on propane tanks.
How Long Does It Take to Install My Project?
The timeline can vary based on the scope of work. The average installation time for a driveway is 5-6 days. Larger projects or those requiring a design will take longer. Your designer can answer all your questions once he has a good idea of your property and project.
What Are Your Service Areas?