Consider long-term costs of pavers vs. stamped concrete
When choosing your pavement material there is more to consider then just cost. While concrete and stamped concrete may initially give you the look that is similar to pavers it lacks durability and is extremely costly and difficult to repair.
Pavers are a good long-term choice for durability
In today’s economy, homeowners need to be conscientious about choices for their pool decks, patios, walkways or driveways. They want products that will be able to withstand the harsh weather of New England, require little maintenance and look new for a long time to come. Pavers offer unique beauty, easy upkeep and most importantly long term cost efficiency.
Sunken pavers are easily lifted, don’t crack and any repair necessary for a pool or driveway can be completed and simply relay pavers. Concrete and asphalt on the other hand WILL crack at some point due to expansion and contraction during freeze/thaw and changes in the weather. These cracks will form year after year making it difficult to match the original concrete and texture and will eventually need to be replaced. Interlocking pavers have a lifetime warranty come in many shapes, sizes, and textures making it the best choice for your permanent pavement!
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