THE AVERAGE LIFESPAN
On average, good quality pavers can last 50-100 years. That may sound impossible, but consider the bricks on the outside of historic buildings. They’ve been around for at least a century – perhaps multiple centuries. Brick pavers can last just as long, making them a wise investment for any home.
MAINTENANCE – RELEVELING, RESANDING, AND ROUTINE CLEANING
Brick pavers are easy to maintain. You may clean them on occasion, just like you would any other flat surface. With regards to repairs though, you’ll find that brick pavers are much easier to deal with than concrete.
As the pavers shift, you may eventually need to have them releveled and resanded. The pavers themselves will last a lifetime. Whatever extra money you spend upfront, you’ll get back with reusable materials. This is why so many homeowners are now making the switch to paver patios.
DO PAVERS LAST LONGER THAN CONCRETE?
Yes, pavers last much longer than concrete. If you’re debating between a concrete patio and a paver patio, you’ll get a longer return from the paved option. Or course, there are other factors to consider, such as budget and installation times. We can help you decide which path is right for you.
DO PAVER PATIOS LAST LONGER THAN WOOD DECKS?
Wood is subject to warping and rotting over time. Even if you use treated wood for your deck, it will eventually need to be replaced. Also, keep in mind that wood decks need to be stained every 3-5 years. You never have to worry about that with pavers. You could choose to get paver patio sealing, but that is at your discretion.
HOW TO MAXIMIZE THE LONGEVITY OF YOUR PAVER PATIO
The best way to extend the life of your paver patio is to make sure it’s professionally installed. The right substrate, border, and leveling techniques can keep your pavers stable for years to come. N&M Restoration has years of experience in brick paving, stamped concrete, hardscaping, and brick masonry. You can count on us to build a long-lasting paver patio for your property.
Call (586) 350-5824 to schedule your no-obligation consultation.