Whether it’s revamping your front walkway, creating pathways alongside your home, or connecting various areas within your backyard’s outdoor living space, we’ve got you covered to maximize your outdoor experience. A well-designed walkway should seamlessly blend with your space’s aesthetics while serving its intended purpose.

Our comprehensive services encompass everything from guiding you through the product selection phase to the complete design and construction of your project, whether it’s solely a walkway or a comprehensive outdoor living space that integrates pathways, patios, and other elements.

Benefits of Pavers

Pavers are a durable and low-maintenance option for your outdoor space. Made from concrete pavers that interlock, it’s designed to withstand various weather conditions, preventing shifting or settling. Unlike materials like wood or natural stone, interlocking stones require far less maintenance. Moreover, their adaptability allows for easy customization to complement any design aesthetic. We specialize in the installation of interlocking stones, natural stone, or porcelain for a variety of outdoor elements, including driveways, walkways, patios, and pool decks.

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Cross-Section of a Paver Project

Compacting the subsoil ensures we are building on top of a firm foundation that will not settle.

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Geotextile separates the subsoil from the base material so that there is no contamination between the two and to provide stabilization especially when paired with geogrid.

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We install and compact 6″ to 8″ of 3/4″ angular crushed clean stone for our base material. This stone has no fines in it allowing water to move freely through the system without being held thus preventing freeze-thaw cycles.

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On top of the base material is a bedding layer that does not exceed 1.5″ to level the base material and allow the pavers to be set into the base material.

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A jointing compound is installed in between the pavers to apply vertical interlock to the system.

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Pavers are laid on top of the bedding layer and later compacted into the bedding layer along with the jointing compound to lock the system in place.

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After the excavation, we compact the subsoil so that we are building our base on a foundation that is not going to settle.

Geotextile is laid to separate the subsoil from the base material to ensure no contamination and reinforce the base material. Geogrid is also used to help stabilize our base material.

The base material is installed and compacted. The depth depends on the project. For patios and walkways we install a 6″ to 8″ base and for driveways we install a 12″ to 14″ base.

The bedding layer is screeded at no greater than 1.5″. This allows us to lay our pavers on a finer grade material than the base material.

Pavers are laid on the bedding layer and a vibratory compactor is used to seat them into the bedding layer.

A jointing compound is installed to ensure vertical interlock. A vibratory compactor helps consolidate the material to the bottom of the joint.

How We Install Pavers

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