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Pavers vs Stamped Concrete

When it comes to hardscape remodeling, pavers are the clear choice. Having stamped concrete installed may seem like a less expensive way to get the look of stone, but there are many drawbacks to choosing stamped concrete that can make the project more expensive in the long run.

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How paving stones stack up to alternate hardscape options like stamped concrete:

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Stamped Concrete

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Durability

Choose a material that won’t crack or crumble even after years of heavy use, including parking cars or RVs.

Cracks easily as it handles a very low PSI. Weight is not distributed evenly.
Designed to handle 2 X the PSI of stamped concrete. Even weight distribution prevents damage.

Longevity

When you make an investment in your property, you want it to add lasting value and beauty to your home.

Rarely backed by warranties and difficult to maintain or repair.
Installation is backed by a 25-year workmanship warranty. Single stone replacement.

Design

Accent your home’s look by choosing materials available in a wide variety of shapes and colors.

Difficult to customize and limited color options.
Virtually limitless design options. Wide array of stone types, shapes, colors, and patterns.

Curb Appeal

Enhance the value of your home while creating an outdoor space that impresses from every angle.

Plain and uninteresting. Fades and discolors easily.
Enhance overall curb appeal. Unique look helps your home stand out.

Functionality

Enjoy an easy-to-maintain space that will withstand the elements while providing years of satisfaction.

Does not complement other outdoor elements.
Seamlessly blends in with other outdoor elements.

Concrete

Asphalt

Brick

Flagstone

Stamped Concrete

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