North Texas Paver Driveways
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Paver driveways are created with different materials, designs, textures, shapes, and colors. You can install a customized design for your driveway with your unique style that will blend into the architecture of your overall landscape and your home.
Small pavers in different shapes can be perfect for the curves and slopes of your driveway. Any paver material can be shaped and cut for an attractive and luxurious finish leading to extensions in patios and even the steps into your home. Paving stones like tough granite or flagstone have a natural beauty with a lot of character that can add to your property’s curb appeal. Pavers can be laid in patterns like Herringbone, Running Bond, and Random. They create a luxurious entrance and add to the support and strength on your driveway surface.
You can choose from different shapes and colors of brick pavers for paver driveway borders to make your driveway look wider, create depth, and add unmatched curb appeal.
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AMAZING CURB APPEAL
For a truly refreshing look that not just enhances your curb appeal but builds your home’s value.
These paver driveway concepts can bring style to your home’s beautiful exterior.
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BEAUTY AND LOW MAINTENANCE
Paver driveways are relatively low-maintenance. Regular cleaning, including sweeping and occasional power washing will keep them looking great. In addition, re-sanding the joints and periodic resealing with a quality sealer will help maintain stability and prevent weed growth. When properly installed, pavers typically require less maintenance than asphalt or concrete driveways.
What Material Is Best for My Driveway?
Concrete Pavers, Asphalt Or Concrete
It’s no secret that a well-designed driveway really enhances the overall look of a house. When it comes to the selection of your driveway paving materials you have a few choices; asphalt, concrete, stamped concrete, overlay systems, or Pavers. Although concrete and asphalt will look okay on your driveway, both have their downsides. Asphalt cracks and pits with holes that are evident within a few short years. Concrete slabs tend to crack (esp. in North Texas) and stain easily causing unsightly discoloration. With either asphalt or concrete repairs can be extreme and costly.
Paver driveways, however, use small to medium-sized individual pavers which are typically 60mm to 80 mm thick. This makes pavers much stronger, denser, and very durable, able to withstand heavier loads than concrete slabs. Concrete slabs, on the other hand, cannot flex, but instead, crack. And asphalt cracks when it is exposed to Dallas’s weather too. Since interlocking pavers can also flex during freeze thaw periods, they can handle any of our weather conditions. With a very high tensile strength, as high as 10k psi, the durability of concrete pavers surpasses all other products.
When choosing your driveway, whether it’s new construction or replacing your current driveway with a new paver driveway, remember concrete pavers can take on any type of traffic. From shoes to car tires you will never have to worry about cracking or chipping, We GUARANTEE it. If individual pavers have any defects, they are covered with a Lifetime Guarantee.
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- Commitment to quality craftsmanship and communication
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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
What factors should I consider before installing a paver driveway?
Legacy Custom Pavers adopts a tailored approach, considering aspects such as your driveway layout, design preferences, and budget constraints. This thorough assessment ensures your driveway not only enhances curb appeal but also aligns seamlessly with your lifestyle and complements the architectural style of your home.
Does a paver driveway increase home value?
Yes, installing a paver driveway can potentially increase the value of your home. Paver driveways are known for their aesthetic appeal, durability, and low maintenance, which are attractive features for potential homebuyers. The enhanced curb appeal created by a well-designed and properly installed paver driveway can contribute positively to the overall impression of your property.
How does Legacy Custom Pavers manage the timeline for driveway installations in North Texas?
Timelines for driveway installations vary based on project specifics. In North Texas, Legacy Custom Pavers ensures a timely and efficient installation process, combining speed with the precision and quality that define our work.
Can you incorporate features like lighting or border details into my driveway design?
Yes, indeed. Legacy Custom Pavers excels in elevating your driveway beyond the ordinary. Whether you desire integrated lighting, distinctive border details, or other personalized features, our team seamlessly integrates these elements, transforming your driveway into a welcoming and stylish entryway.
Does Legacy Custom Pavers provide a warranty for driveway installations?
Absolutely. Legacy Custom Pavers stands behind the durability and craftsmanship of our driveway installations. Our comprehensive warranty provides clients in North Texas with assurance that their investment is protected, reflecting our commitment to delivering lasting quality.
Are pavers cheaper than concrete for a driveway?
In general, concrete driveways tend to be less expensive upfront compared to paver driveways. The cost difference primarily arises from the materials used and the labor involved in the installation process.
Concrete is a more cost-effective material than the individual pavers typically used for paving driveways. The installation process for concrete driveways is often faster and requires less skilled labor, contributing to overall lower costs.
On the other hand, paver driveways can be more expensive due to the higher cost of the individual pavers, the need for precise installation, and the labor-intensive nature of the process. Each paver needs to be laid individually, and this meticulous process can contribute to higher labor costs.
While concrete driveways may be more economical upfront, it’s essential to consider long-term factors. Paver driveways are known for their durability, easy repair, and aesthetic appeal, which can add value to your property. The choice between pavers and concrete often depends on your budget, aesthetic preferences, and long-term considerations for maintenance and potential resale value.