What is a Paver?
Pavers are a key element in garden design. Whether you take a “less is more” approach with a paved pathway through your garden or choose to create a functional area between green spaces, pavers are a versatile and flexible backyard landscaping tool. As well, if you want something a little bit different from the usual range of natural stone pavers, concrete pavers come in a much wider range of shades, colors, and finishes, giving you an abundance of choice. Concrete addition from Fabri-Tech is a place where you can find all kinds of pavers.
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What are the different types of Pavers?
Pavers come in a vast array of styles and colors. Most common pavers are either ‘natural’ or ‘composite’. The most durable and preferred materials are:
The oldest material used for paving, brick pavers are made from clay that is baked in a kiln and is placed over mortar or sand. They can be designed in a range of colors and patterns. They can be reused and are eco-friendly. However, they tend to crack or chip over time, hence, require regular maintenance.
Another type of paver is concrete which also comes in varied shapes and sizes. Concrete pavers are the most popularly used for roadways and driveways because of their low-cost material. They also come in different colors, textures, and thicknesses customized according to your preferences. They are easily installed and have a long-lasting capacity. However, color may fade and may crack in extreme temperature changes. They also need high maintenance to prolong life.
Made of a variety of sandstone, bluestone pavers produce elegant and long-lasting driveways. They come in different shapes and sizes. Its blue color changes through time adding to its beauty and attractiveness. However, fake bluestone pavers are also sold in the market, so you have to be careful to detect authentic ones.
Flagstone pavers are often used for patios because they are made from sedimentary rock that is uniquely shaped and placed together like a puzzle. Thinner than brick and concrete, flagstone pavers are not suitable for driveways though. These are colorful pavers that are mostly gray and red in hue. Flagstone pavers are non-slip and could last longer than concrete. However, since they are naturally formed, they are difficult to fit into one’s plan and are more expensive because they are mined and transported from their natural source.
Marble is limestone exposed to extreme heat and pressure. Marble pavers are used for several commercial and residential purposes and are great outdoor features also such as enhancing a landscape. They exude elegance due to their natural patterns and tones and are very durable. However, they conduct heat; hence, your place may turn very warm, especially in the afternoons. They can easily be scratched and may accumulate stains and discolorations when exposed to certain chemicals.
Travertine pavers are natural and eco-friendly made from sedimentary rocks. Their natural appearance makes them popularly used for outdoor flooring and landscaping. They also look good on countertops, patios, indoor flooring, and pool areas. Travertine is durable, thereby adding value to your abode. However, it is highly sensitive to acids, vinegar, and acidic formula. It is also heavier than other pavers.
Why Choose Concrete Pavers?
With so many benefits and advantages to concrete pavers, your only problem will be making a choice from amongst the many varieties of paver we offer here at Fabri-Tech.
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When it comes to creating a good-looking backyard design – or front yard, for that matter – landscape pavers are a versatile and highly functional element. And if there’s one thing Fabri-Tech is good at, it’s good-looking landscapes.
If you’re looking for a way to add interest and practicality to your garden, give us a call at 1-800-281-1289 or 239-772-9825 to discuss the wide range of paver options available and how we can create a custom design, or click here to contact their friendly customer service. Products and services are available in the following areas: Marco Island, Bonita Springs, Naples, Fort Myers, Cape Coral, Port Charlotte, North Port, Venice, Estero, Punta Gorda, and Lehigh Acres.