Elegant Pavers is fully licensed, bonded, and insured up to $2,000,000. You can rest assured that your property is in safe hands!
A check or cash is the easiest form of payment for our services. We also accept all major credit cards for an additional 3% of your total bill (convenience fee charged by processor).
Our business hours are Monday-Friday from 10am-6pm. However, we do our best to be flexible and accommodate all of our customers’ schedules, which can sometimes include weekend and evening appointments.
Yes you can! The most important part of installing pavers on your driveway is your base material preparation. Ensure that your base material is compacted and you use a good edge restraint, and you should have a sturdy enough paved surface for vehicle use.
Yes you can install pavers yourself! The easiest types of pavers to install are mortarless ones. All you need to do is to prepare your base material, your sand bedding, then lay your pavers, and sweep sand over the joints filling them up. This is how simple it is.
The base material should be made of crushed stone. The crushed stones should have varying sized particles and sharp edges to enable better compaction. The better your base compacts together, the flatter your paved surface will be.
Geotextile is also referred to as filter fabric. It is made of plastic threads, which allow water to pass through, while protecting your base and soil. It stops soil from being mixed into your base material and potentially loosening it, which will weaken the base and hence create movement in your paver surface.
Yes. Pavers are very appropriate for around pool areas, for they provide a slip resistant surface, making it a safer environment. The moisture and water is soaked up by the sand in the joints, rather than being left to create a slippery surface. Pavers also provide a cooler surface to walk on than concrete!
Yes, but you may need a step if lying directly on top of a concrete slab. It is recommended that you obtain a quote for the removal of concrete slabs, for it may not be that expensive.
You will find that many of the larger paver manufacturers offer a lifetime warranty. However, pavers can be easily repaired and replaced, making them very durable!
To ensure that your pavers do not move or shift you myst use a good edge restraint. If you live in a hotter region, be sure to use a concrete edge restraint, rather a plastic type, which may buckle under extreme heat.