Driveways with Stone Pavers

Cracked concrete? Crumbling Asphalt? Messy gravel?

Traditionally, the driveway has not been given much thought, but now with so many older homes being remodeled, and with old concrete driveways cracked beyond repair, homeowners are looking for alternatives to traditional surfaces. With so much emphasis on curb appeal, driveways are recognized as a focal point. Asphalt is terribly unappealing, gravel always look messy, and concrete is bland.

Replacing any of these surfaces with pavers is a quick and stunning way to transform the look of the front of a home or business. A professionally installed paver driveway will last for generations and the benefits far outweigh those of any other surface.

Where concrete will crack and asphalt will deteriorate, pavers will not only retain their beauty for many, many years, they are also strong enough to withstand the tests of time. Since they are individually set pieces, they will not crack. If you need access to the ground or tree roots below, pavers can be lifted and re-set without leaving any patchwork effects.

There are a multitude of colours and textures to choose from, and our design team can help you select a paver which fits your budget and complements your property. From traditional cobble-style pavers to streamline modular styles, there is a paver to suit any home.

Deep Sea Concrete & Hardscape can address any number of issues you may run into with a new driveway, from adding retaining walls and drainage, expanding or relocating for better access, relocating irrigation and re-grading.

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