Interlocking Pool Pavers
Interlocking pavers are paving stones or bricks with unique designs allowing them to fit together tightly without using mortar. They are almost indestructible because they form a flexible pavement system, thus avoiding serious damage.
We use them to create walkways, driveways, patios, and other outdoor surfaces.
Concrete pavers are the most popular paving options for driveways and pathways. They come in a wide range of colors, sizes, thicknesses, and textures, and the installation is fairly straightforward and hassle-free, given they are uniform and can easily be cut.
They are made by pouring workable concrete into molds, adding dye to improve the visual appeal or make it look like natural stones, and incorporating different textures and finishes.
Thanks to their non-slip texture and surface, flagstone pavers are versatile enough for backyard landscaping as they offer sturdiness and aesthetics for outdoor living, besides being available in different colors, sizes, and shapes.
Compared to concrete pavers, flagstone pavers are uniquely shaped, thinner, and inappropriate for driveways.