Pavers are a wonderful enhancement to any landscape. Create a path from your home to a small ornamental bridge. Use them to keep mud and debris off your shoes while you walk to the gazebo. They provide scenic variation and texture to an otherwise dull lawn. Pavers come in a myriad of colors, textures and materials. We have installed pavers for commercial and residential properties. The options are nearly endless. It would be our pleasure to provide you with examples of our previous work. We want to assist you in making the most informed decision about pavers.
The Versatility of Pavers
One of the things that we’ve noticed is that people seem to get stuck in a rut. A copy cat syndrome takes over the neighborhood, and before you know it, every other home has the same type of paver. Even if you happen to reside in a track home, your pavers can be drastically different from your neighbor’s. Select a look that is complimentary to your home and your personality. There is an incredible amount of versatility in terms of colors, textures and materials. Choose from an old world look or opt for something contemporary. Red brick, blue-grey slate or multi colored cobble stone are just a few of the options available.
Perhaps you’ve thought of having a concrete walk way installed. There is nothing wrong with them and if done correctly, they look great. The issue with concrete walkways is that they are difficult to repair. You either have to demolish and re-pour the concrete or patch it, which typically takes away from the over all aesthetic. The beauty of pavers is that if one becomes cracked or damaged, you can simply replace it. There is no demolition or heavy machinery involved. A crew won’t need to re-pour any concrete or asphalt. In fact, the entire process takes less than 30 minutes.
Flexible Enough to Withstand Earth Quakes
We get our fair share of earth quakes in the Sacramento area. They tend to range from a quick text, “Hey did you feel that?” to “Stand in the doorway, the mirror is about to fall!” Just last year, there were over 200 earth quakes. Fortunately, it’s rare that we experience severe quakes beyond the 5 or 6 magnitude. Nonetheless, the ground is constantly moving. When the earth moves a little or a lot, pavers move with it. If a paver happens to shift out of its rightful place, it is easy to amend the situation.
If you’re seeking an eco-friendly way to add some pizzazz to your landscape, pavers are the way to go. Pavers are made of natural materials. They also function as a porous filter. Pavers allow acid rain and run off from irrigation to filter before depositing in our water ways. Being professional tree huggers, we are committed to decreasing our environmental footprint. We put our money where our mouth is and partnered with a local paving company that sources responsibly. You can trust that the pavers installed on your property are not manufactured by children or slave labor. Everyone involved in the production of these pavers has been paid a livable wage.