Beautiful Options for Your Front & Backyards
A-Plus Pavers & Designs Inc. offer a wide array of products for your front yard or backyard landscape projects. Our products come in various colors and textures.
Travertine & Limestone
Travertine and limestone are attractive options for your front yard or backyard landscape projects. They look natural and come in different colors and textures, with lots of holes, nooks, and crannies. Some pieces are more pitted and pocketed than others, and some are beautiful with a mix of imperfections. Because they’re natural materials, they never go out of trend and are a safe bet. Also, they’re porous and generally lighter in color, and cooler than concrete pavers. The refined appearance with pits and veining gives the limestone a smoother finish, giving it a reminiscent appearance. They’re a great option for
While most residential concrete patios and driveways are 2000 PSI -3000 PSI that eventually cracks, we offer concrete pavers that are 8000 PSI eventually. These concrete pavers never crack and are on a base of ¼ minus granite, so they don’t move or crack. Pavers are about the same price as concrete to install and are a permanent solution. Concrete will crack and need maintenance and replacement. While concrete makes your home look cold, pavers beautify your property and add value. You have a myriad of choices if you’re considering replacing or adding a walkway, patio, or driveway to your outdoor living area. The commonly used paving materials are concrete slabs and paving stones and are cost-effective.
Poured concrete slabs come in various options, have different advantages, and are generally used for residential spaces. With the development of stamped concrete, you also have options as far as designs and textures are concerned. Paving stones or brick pavers are made from several materials like concrete, natural stone, or brick. Many of these materials interlock, making up for a flexible and durable system. A concrete slab is more affordable upfront, and the long-term costs for repairs and replacements will almost always outweigh the initial savings.
Although Porcelain looks like tile, it’s installed more like concrete pavers. They’re filled with sand and don’t need pouring concrete. They’re thinner than pavers and can come in handy with certain installations. With larger sizes and plank-style pieces, Porcelain lends itself to tasteful contemporary design options. They tend to be warmer underfoot and warmer when it’s scalding hot, so they may not be ideal for areas in extended direct sunlight. Porcelain is ideal for shaded areas, existing covered patios, and areas with low clearance.