Are you thinking of adding an upgrade to your home? Hardscaping is a great way to not only enhance your current quality of life, but also add curb appeal and resale value to your home. Today, there are a variety of hardscaping ideas that you can invest in – here are some of our paver installation company’s favorites.
Winter can be a pretty unpredictable season – you may get 12 inches of snow one year and 45 inches the next. But no matter how bad the weather is, it can take a toll on your paved surfaces. When snow and ice melt, water tends to seep into the cracks of hardscapes. Then, when it gets cold again, the water freezes and expands, causing potential damage like holes, larger cracks, buckles, and more.
Whether you just moved into your new home or you want to revise your current landscaping, our asphalt paving company has some great suggestions for stone usage. Because stones come in a wide variety of shapes, sizes, and colors, they’re a great creative element for landscaping your front or back yard. Here are some ideas for your home.
If you have a concrete or asphalt driveway or patio, chances are it’s become pretty dirty over the years. Luckily, cleaning it is easy and only requires a few tools. Here, our asphalt paving experts explain how to deep clean your asphalt and concrete.
At Mr. Pavement, we specialize in both asphalt and concrete paving. While both have their benefits, concrete tends to be more affordable and can be used to create patios, driveways, walkways, and more. Here are some common questions we get about concrete.
While hardscaping designs often incorporate large stones or pavers, some homeowners opt for small stones or pebbles. If you’re looking to add some design appeal to the exterior of your home, here’s how to use pebbles to do so.
There are many reasons you may have decided to install a concrete patio – it’s fast, it’s affordable, it’s durable, and more. However, a concrete patio can be pretty bland and there may come a day may when you wish that your patio was made from pavers with a little more character.
Are you considering a brick or paver patio installation for your back yard? Before you do, there are a few things you should think about in order to create the best patio for your home:
At Mr. Pavement, we love building paver patios and paver walkways for our clients, however, many times, they’re not sure what type of pavers they want. These days, there are several different kinds available (see our blog on the 5 most popular), and while some people opt for the natural and unique look of travertine pavers, others choose a the more common material of concrete. Here, we compare their differences.
At Mr. Pavement, we’ve completed countless paver patio installations and one of the first things our customers ask is what kind of pavers are popular. While we tend to install a lot of concrete, there are others on the market, such as.