Have you been thinking about replacing an old patio or driveway at your home? As winter months have rolled in, now is a great time to start planning for your spring and summer landscaping projects. This includes your hardscape as well.
Many homeowners go too long looking at cracked, damaged, uneven, old concrete patios or asphalt driveways. Wishing they could update, but putting it off for a multitude of reasons.
Did you know you could call Nature’s Own Landscape today to start the process of installing a beautiful new paver driveway or paver patio in Dayton, Ohio by summer?
We want to help make the process as easy as possible for every homeowner we work with. Still not convinced now is the time to tackle that hard-scape project? Let’s look at some frequently asked questions about patio pavers.
What Are Pavers?
Pavers are hard-scape features laid on a flat surface over sand or limestone gravel. They are usually made of stone or a stone derived material. The goal of pavers is to create a walking surface by laying them in interlocking or other designed patterns. They are both functional and beautiful.
Where Can Pavers Be Installed?
There are a multitude of applications for pavers in your landscaping. Most commonly they are used on pool decks, walkways, driveways, patios, or other outdoor living areas. Pavers bring a lot of functionality to any area of your property.
How Long Will Pavers Last?
Pavers are made and installed to be durable and last the test of time. Some paver installments have lasted centuries, so adding paver to your landscape design is a worthy investment that will live up to your wear and tear better than any other material.
How Much Will Pavers Cost?
The cost of your paver landscaping project will vary based on a number of factors. Size, material, and pattern will all play a role in assessing the overall cost. Contact our team of hardscape professionals at Nature’s Own Landscaping and we would be happy to work with you and your budget to get you a quote for your project.
No more excuses for putting off your landscaping projects, let’s get on your way to a more beautiful landscape by summer!