Whether you're looking to add some old world charm to your patio, or contemporary flare to your walkway, ESR offers a variety of concrete pavers, including pavers with the look and feel of brick and stone. We can help you create an eye-catching walkway, patio or driveway. Our pavers come in a number of styles, shapes and tones to help you add the right personality and charm to transform your outdoor living spaces. And, in addition to style, ESR brick pavers are design to be strong, durable and environmentally friendly, ensuring your driveway or patio will stand the test of time.
As far as installation costs and concrete costs go, poured concrete is technically the most affordable per square foot. However, even though the upfront cost of pavers is higher, concrete pavers offer greater value and durability than poured concrete and stamped concrete.
Typically, it is not recommended to directly lay down pavers over dirt. For pavers to look and perform well in a permanent installation setting, the ground/dirt floor must be excavated, leveled, and hard compacted.
Before laying the pavers, a layer of sand bedding is placed over the compacted base material. This layer provides a leveled bed into which the pavers are set. The sand bedding helps protect the sand joints from being eroded.
1.Planning and Layout
2.Calculating Amount of Pavers Needed
To install 100sq./ft. of paver, most homeowners spend between $1,600 to $2,000. Homeowners can expect to spend between $6,400 and $8,000 for a 400-square-foot paver patio (or $16 to $20 per square foot). Most homeowners spend an average of $6,936 to install a paver patio (or $17.34 per square foot).