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Solid Brick Pavers: $15 per square foot*

Brick is one of the most popular choices for patios because it is easy to install, looks great and is preferred by most DIY enthusiasts. This type of patio material offers a very traditional look in terms of warm, earthy colors and last a long time.

It can have a variety of patterns as well because of its uniform shape and size, thus add a lot of personality and individually to your patio. The color of brick looks extremely nice and attractive on a patio especially if it is surrounded by a garden.

Solid Stone Pavers: $15 per square foot*

Stone has the most natural outlook, most durable but also the most expensive type of patio materials. It requires good skills to install because each stone greatly varies in shape and size. It is designed to wear well in high-traffic, need little maintenance and could last for decades.

* We can install your brick or stone patio within 2 days or less

Stone Veneer:

Stone veneer generally contains most of the benefits and advantages of real stone and it is comparatively a lighter type of patio materials and less expensive. Stone veneer can easily be cut with most common types of saws. Generally, most people will lay out their veneer pieces ahead of time so they can cut pieces to fit in odd spots in advance.

It is also as durable as most other patio materials. It requires very minimal maintenance. In addition, stone veneers are much easier to find in the market.

Tile is an extremely versatile patio material. The endless varieties you can choose from is one of the many reasons why it is a good choice for patios. There are various types such as, Machine-made quarry tiles Fired terra-cotta tiles Molded paver tiles Synthetic-stone tiles

They can be used virtually on any type of surface. Tiles are very comfortable to walk on and relatively smooth which makes it safe to use. Hence, there will be little fear of people tripping on any part of it. In addition, patio furniture will sit squarely on the tiles surface, which may not happen if you use another type of patio materials.

Plain Concrete:

Plain concrete sometimes also known as cement is probably the easiest material in terms of upkeep and maintenance. Plain concrete is the most affordable material available.

You can begin with plain concrete for your patio and when you are ready for a change, you can basically lay new patio materials over the existing the concrete flooring. Hence, you can treat it merely as a foundation layer for other patio materials discussed within this page. Furthermore, plain concrete can be a strong foundation and certainly prevent surface cracking.

Stamped Concrete:

This material is gaining popularity and very practical. It often can be molded or stamped to look just like other types of patio material such as brick, cut stone, irregular stone, cobblestone, etc. It comes in various textures and colors and is cheap. Stamped or colored concrete is a very practical solution when working on a budget.

Although you will most likely pay more for colored or stamped concrete compared to plain concrete, the amazing transformation will be well worth the investment. A good and creative contractor can render endless array of decorative effects, from rustic earth-toned sidewalks and patios that harmonize with the surrounding landscape or garden to vibrant multicolored concrete floors that double as works of art.


Price includes all materials and labor. We will excavate the soil and properly prepare the area for professional installation. We only use professional grade materials to assure lifetime structural integrity of the patio. Guarantee on workmanship.

Here is an example:
  • Size of Patio: 10’ x 12’ (120 square feet area)
  • Material: Solid Brick Pavers
  • Foundation: 4”-6” of gravel/paver sand (included)
  • Price: $1,800 ($15/ square foot for solid brick pavers)