Paver Installation Contractors Minnesota
Our customers often ask: “Should I use concrete or pavers?” At Warner’s, our experience is that there are two types of concrete: 1) concrete that has already cracked, and 2) concrete that is going to crack soon. Pavers are a much better option! Not only do pavers last longer than concrete, but they also provide unique visual appeal. Take a look at our gallery of paver pictures, and then give our landscape designer a call.
Walkway Pavers Installation
An upgraded walkway can take your landscape design to the next level by making it not only beautiful but also by improving your curb appeal and potentially enhancing your property’s value. Our design team can determine the right pattern, such as jack-on-jack, pinwheel, herringbone, to name a few. We can even add finishing touches like plant beds and lighting. Contact Warner’s Outdoor Solutions to get started on your walkway paver installation today.
Driveway Pavers Installation
For the longest-lasting and most aesthetically pleasing driveway design, consider natural stone or concrete pavers rather than concrete slabs. When you compare the benefits of slab and stamped concrete to pavers, aside from aesthetics, the cost is an important factor. Slab concrete has lower up-front costs and higher maintenance and repair costs. Pavers have higher up-front costs and lower maintenance and repair costs. Plus, the segmented surface of a paved drive allows for better hold-up and drainage in the tough winter climates of Minnesota.
Over time some pavers may experience breakage or stains from automotive materials and weather damage. Contact Warner’s Outdoor Solutions if you need to upgrade your driveway or walkway.
Types of Pavers
Brick can be arranged in a variety of patterns and ranges in different colors and textures.
Its durable non-slip surface makes this an ideal material for patio surfaces. Their unique shapes create one-of-a-kind patterns.
Concrete pavers offer the same flexibility as brick and can even be customized. Their low-cost materials often make it a cheaper option compared to brick or stone.
View our most recent paver installation projects.