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7 Best Pavers To Use For Your Next Landscaping Project

7 Best Pavers To Use For Your Next Landscaping Project

Pavers are thin pieces of stone that are usually square or rectangular and usually laid to create a walkway or patio of some sort. These stones come in more colors and textures than you can imagine and can be laid in a staggering variety of patterns depending on your preferences. If you have a big garden project in your future, here are just a few types of brick pavers to consider in Stuart, Fla

1. Cobblestone 

Cobblestone has been a popular choice for roads, streets, walkways and open spaces for thousands of years. This type of brick paver in Stuart, Fla. is typically rectangular or square in shape and created to be “cobble-sized.” Cobblestone walkways are usually laid with a simple pattern that is imperfect by design and which adds to the appeal of the space.   

2. Travertine

Travertine is a natural stone like granite or marble but is formed in a specific way and it comes in a specific range of colors. It is an excellent material for outdoor use in walkways because it is durable and holds up well to the Florida heat and sun. Travertine tiles are typically large and laid in a grid pattern best suited for larger walkways or outdoor patios. 

3. Bluestone

If you’re looking for gray hues for your outdoor space, you might want to consider bluestone. This paver material comes in two varieties – Pennsylvania Bluestone and Shenandoah Bluestone – each coming from different parts of the country. It’s a durable paver material that will withstand heat, sun and severe weather very well. 

4. Flagstone

Flagstone has been a popular building material with both exterior and interior applications in residential and commercial spaces for decades. The tiles are usually fairly large and cut either in rectangular shapes or in angular shapes and fit together like a puzzle. This paver type comes in a variety of colors and textures and is an ideal material for an outdoor space. 

5. Stamped concrete

Stamped concrete isn’t actually a paver, but does give the appearance of a paver at a fraction of the cost. This cost-effective and attractive option is created by pouring concrete walkways or slabs, then imprinting a pattern on top of the concrete as it’s drying. It’s one of the most durable options for an outdoor space and there are many patterns from which to choose when considering what the finished space will look like.

6. Bricks 

Bricks have been around and used by humans in construction for almost 5,000 years. They are easy to make, affordable to get and provide a natural surface for your walkway or outdoor surface that will look great for years to come. Bricks are also naturally slip-resistant making them an ideal choice for a warm climate with regular rain showers.

7. Porcelain

Who knew you could bring the beauty of porcelain tiles to the outdoors? This type of paver comes in a wide variety of colors and patterns and make a great floor material for an outdoor space. What’s even more impressive is that this type of paver is fade resistant in sunny climates, won’t absorb water and proves to be a durable option for walkways and patios. 

Based in Florida, Tropiscapes Landscaping covers all of the Treasure Coast. We have been working throughout the Florida state for many years and have many more years of combined experience working in Architectural & Engineering Services. Give us a call at (772) 334-9870 today!

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