Driveway pavers are a series of interlocked concrete, cobblestone, or brick blocks that add instant curb appeal to both the front and back of a home. Many homeowners opt to install driveway pavers themselves, which can lead to costly mistakes down the road.
Driveway pavers come in many different shapes and sizes. Below are a few of the most common:
Brick Pavers are heated clay that have been cured into a rectangular or square shape. The cost of brick pavers is relatively low when compared to their counterparts, and when installed correctly can last up to 25 years. The beauty of brick pavers are their wide variety of color options to match any style of home from Victorian to Modern.
Concrete Pavers provide a bit more durability than other standard pavers, lasting anywhere from 25 to 50 years depending on the execution of a proper preparation process.
Cobblestone Pavers are comprised of beautiful granite, basalt, and other natural stone materials making them the longest lasting paver available. Cobblestone pavers tend to cost more, but can have a lifespan of over a century when properly designed and placed.