Pavers and Patio Installations
Pavers make the perfect material to design your home’s driveway or patio. Leave a dramatic and lasting impression on your guests and neighbors with beautifully-designed paver work around your home by Ed Aluminum Construction. Whether you’re looking to update your existing patio or install a brand new outdoor dining area, concrete pavers are a great option. Pavers are generally more visually appealing than concrete slabs due to their customizability in designs and colors. However, it’s important to have a professional contractor with years of experience to install your pavers. Pavers need to be laid individually by hand. While small garden projects may be a fun DIY project, a full patio or driveway requires specific tools and expertise. If you’re considering installing pavers around your home, give us a call. We’d love to talk to you about how we can help.
Benefits of Pavers for Your Patio
Aside from looking gorgeous, professional, and timeless, pavers have many benefits. While slightly more costly than concrete slabs, they more than make up for the price difference in the way they look around your property. Pavers significantly increase your curb appeal and resale value. Pavers are also easy to maintain due to their durability.
Trust the Experts at Ed Aluminum Construction
When it comes to your home, you want the very best and an affordable rate. Ed Aluminum Construction is licensed, bonded, and insured to provide you with professional, beautiful work at competitive prices. Increase the resale value of your home with pavers for your new patio with us!
When we install your pavers, we pour polymer sand between them to provide interlocking stability. The only thing you’ll have to worry about is weeds growing in the cracks, and that’s a simple solution. Speaking of durability, pavers are incredibly flexible. They’re up to four times stronger than typical concrete slabs, allowing them to handle more weight on their surface and temperature fluctuations. Additionally, if you do have a crack in a paver, you only have to replace the single unit rather than an entire slab of concrete. Contact us today to get started.