Remodeling Your Pool? 3 Great Reasons To Use Patio Pavers


If you're remodeling the area around your pool, now's the time to add patio pavers to your list. You might think that solid concrete is the way to go for your pool remodel. That's not the case though. Patio pavers are an excellent way to give your pool area a fresh new look. One of the best things about using patio pavers is that you'll save money on the project. Patio pavers are less expensive than traditional concrete. But, there are other benefits to be had from choosing patio pavers for your pool remodel. Here are three of those benefits for you to consider. 

They're Durable 

When it comes to your pool remodel, you want to choose a material that can take the wear and tear. Concrete is strong, but it's not as durable as patio pavers. One thing that makes patio pavers more durable is their installation. Concrete gets poured in solid sections. Unfortunately, those sections can crack. When that happens, you'll need to pay for costly repairs. Patio pavers get installed one piece at a time. A special type of sand gets placed between each paver. Once in place, your pavers will withstand all types of pressure. This includes water damage. 

They're Versatile

If you want to go beyond the walking surface when you remodel your pool, it's time to talk to your contractor about patio pavers. One of the great things about patio pavers is that they go beyond the patio. You can use your patio pavers to design retaining walls, tiered gardens, and fire pits for your pool remodel. Best of all, you can choose the colors and textures that go best with the design of your home. That makes patio pavers the most versatile option for your pool remodel. 

They're Easy to Install

If you don't want your backyard tied up on a lengthy remodeling project, patio pavers are your best option. Concrete work can be time-consuming. This is especially true when you consider the prep time, installation time, and curing time. You won't have the long wait to endure when you choose patio pavers. Patio pavers are easier to install and don't need lengthy drying and curing times. You can start enjoying your patio pavers as soon as the installers leave. As an added benefit, patio pavers are also easier to repair. That's because you can replace individual pavers. This reduces the amount of work that goes into repairs. 

Contact a contractor to learn more about outdoor pool remodel paver installation


25 August 2022

Laying The Pavement: Blog Edition

Paving contractors spend all day laying the pavement. We figured that the least we could do was write about it! In other words, we plan on laying the pavement of information. Yes, that sounds a little cheesy, but sometimes it's okay to sound cheesy when talking about something as serious as pavement. We caught your attention, didn't we? Now that we've caught your attention, allow us to share a little more about this blog. It will feature articles about paving and pavement contractors, and we plan on providing a lot of different information and perspectives as we go. You're welcome to join us!