The best way to stamp the image of your home into the minds of your visitors is to create a remarkable first impression. While concrete gets plenty of attention for easy installation, interlocking pavers offer greater durability and an authentic allure and appeal that can’t be beat. Choosing to install this type of material allows homeowners to produce a truly original look for their front or backyard space that’s hard to replicate with a concrete or asphalt surface. While natural stone pavers tend to be more expensive than concrete or brick selections, you certainly can’t put a price on how stunning your exterior flooring will look after installation. Below is a list of areas you can incorporate interlocking pavers.
Our driveway pavers look great and are designed to withstand the heavy traffic of parking and moving your cars, trucks, or RV from your driveway. Built to withstand greater amounts of pressure and offer a lifetime of performance, driveways constructed of paving stones are the perfect way to resurface your driveway. Unlike concrete or aspahalt, our interlocking driveway pavers are designed to endure dramatic shifts in temperature and humidity without cracking, chipping, splitting, or buckling. When you choose Master Solutions Construction for your interlocking paver driveway project, feel comfortable knowing you are working directly with the paver installers who will be working with you on your project and not a commissioned salesperson who will hand-off your project to the lowest bidding contractor.
The path leading up to your home should match the drive into the garage, especially when both are located next to each other. More importantly, polishing up your pathways and walkways around your home can help you avoid slips and falls due to raised and lifted concrete. Add walkway lighting features to lead you safely to your door while casting your home in a whole new light.
The most prominent feature at the entryway of many homes and public buildings are their steps leading to the doorway. Yet, they often look bland than grand. Now, with more options to choose from, your steps no longer have to be ordinary. Porch steps can be built to make a statement, to make a small porch appear larger, and make accessibility easier and visually appealing. They can be colored and textured to match your driveways, pathways and walkways.
A pathway made of stone pavers is a great way to save your lawn from being trampled and compacted by foot traffic. Pathways made of interlocking paving stones offer beauty and unsurpassed strength and durability. While there are many materials to chose from, including concrete, brick and natural stone, driveway pavers used for pathway and walkway applications are much stronger when compared to concrete. We work with only the top paving stone manufacturers in Southern Washington, DC to bring you the most stone and design options available.
Whether you’re looking to add some European charm to your patio, or contemporary flare around your pool deck, we can help you create an eye-catching patio made of concrete, brick or stone interlocking pavers to complement your overall design. A patio constructed with interlocking pavers not only looks beautiful but is durable, can withstand heavy traffic and requires less maintenance when compared to a backyard lawn. Pavers come in several styles, shapes and tones to help you add the right personality and charm to transform your outdoor living spaces.
The most important advantages about pavers is their versatility. Pavers require very little maintenance and are guaranteed to last for years to come, even with the constant presence of chlorinated or salt water, plus the considerable foot traffic your pool deck will receive over time. The dense material of paving stones helps to resist staining, as well as resists the growth of algae and mildew remarkably well. The nonskid surface also provides an extra measure of safety to homeowners by decreasing the chance of dangerous slips and falls. Finally, you’ll never have to deal with standing pools of water because we install drainage to direct water off your pavers.