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Frequently Asked Questions

At Savon Pavers, our focus is on providing quality customer service. Here you will find the most frequently asked questions our clients have. If you have a question that’s not answered here, please contact us with it so we can get the answer you are looking for.
What are pavers?

Pavers are paving stones made of a variety of materials and used for exterior flooring like patios, outdoor living areas, driveways, walkways, pathways, and entryways.

Why should I use pavers?

Many homeowners like pavers because they are so versatile and come in a variety of colors, shapes, designs and materials. Pavers come in concrete, brick, stone, and composite materials. They are easy to maintain. If one cracks or breaks, just that paver needs to be replaced. Plus, they add beauty and value to your home, as well as adding functionality.

Will a pavers project increase my home's value?

A survey of Realtors said several paver projects add to a home’s value, like a paver driveway that adds curb appeal. Other projects include a landscape upgrade, which includes a paver walkway, a new paver patio, landscape lighting, fire pits, and water features. The Realtors also said curb appeal is very important when trying to sell a home.

What are the different types of pavers?

You can choose from pavers made from concrete, brick, stone, or composite materials. Concrete is fast becoming the material of choice because they can be manufactured into several shapes, patterns, and colors. Brick pavers typically come in a rectangular shape and have an “aged” appearance, which some homeowners prefer. They make stone pavers from natural quarried stone, and they are more expensive. They make composite pavers from plastics and scrap tires. They are much lighter, and are a good option when weight is a factor, especially when used on rooftop applications.

Should I consider natural stone pavers?

When you want sheer beauty and durability for your exterior home improvement project, then natural stone pavers just might be what you are looking for. They are a great option for driveways, but they are more expensive.

What are permeable pavers?

They make permeable pavers of porous materials or with joints and holes in them to allow for the water to work its way through them. They encourage the natural flow of water.

How long do pavers last?

Pavers are designed to last a lifetime, but the length of their usefulness depends on the project. If they are being used for a patio, outdoor living area, a walkway or entryway, pavers will last around 50 to 100 years. Driveway pavers will last around 20 to 25 years. Keeping debris off your pavers and pressure washing them every couple of years will help your pavers last longer.

How do I choose a paver pattern?

Because there are endless possibilities with paver patterns, colors, materials, and designs, we recommend you speak with one of our design consultants who will help brainstorm ideas to see what suits your home’s conditions.

What is the difference between a brick and a paver?

A brick is typically made from clay and heat-treated to harden the material. A paver can be made of several materials, like concrete, natural stone, composite materials, and even brick.

Why should I use pavers instead of poured concrete for my driveway?

Concrete driveways have a similar lifespan as those made of pavers, however, paver driveways generally have less maintenance. One reason for this is that pavers are not prone to cracking. If a paver were to crack, you just need to replace the one paver. If a concrete driveway cracks, it might be necessary to replace the entire driveway. Also, a paver driveway will give your home curb appeal and might make it more attractive should you decide to sell.

Should I consider interlocking pavers?

Savon Pavers specializes in interlocking pavers, so we believe you should consider them. The pavers interlock with one another through the use of sand or other similar filler materials. Our crews pour the material over the pavers and push it over the surfaces so it can settle into the joints before being tamped into place. When the pavers become interlocked, weight placed upon them is dispersed over many pavers, lightening the load on each one.

Should I use a sealer to protect my pavers?

Yes. Using a sealer will protect your pavers and add to their useful life. We also recommend having them pressure washed every couple of years, too.

Can your driveway pavers stand up to my recreational vehicle/motorhome?

A paver driveway can withstand heavier vehicles, like an RV/motorhome or tractor-trailer, as long as the base below the driveway pavers is properly prepared. At Savon Pavers, we have certified concrete paver installers on our team to ensure proper construction of paver driveways.

How long do I have to wait to drive on my new paver driveway?

Because pavers are not poured concrete, they do not need to be cured. Once our team finishes your new paver driveway, you can immediately begin enjoying its benefits.

Why is artificial grass a good option for outdoor projects?

Artificial grass/synthetic turf provides a number of benefits, which is why we recommend it. First, you will potentially save money on your water bill. Plus, it helps with water conservation efforts; you don’t have to mow the lawn or deal with removing the waste that goes along with it; it is low maintenance; it will save money over time; and you don’t have to worry about using fertilizers.

Does Savon Pavers guarantee their products?

We guarantee your pavers for life against breaking or cracking. If you experience a break or a crack, just call us, and we will replace it for you at no charge.

Does Savon Pavers guarantee their work?

Yes. Your investment is safe with Savon Pavers. We have a 10-year warranty on our installations.

Can I get my Savon Pavers project financed?

At Savon Pavers, we are not a lender or a broker. We work with Lyon Financial for pavers financing to help make your dream home improvement project a reality. Lyon Financial’s lending experts will work with you to find financing for your home improvement projects.

Do you still have questions? Contact us today so we can answer them for you.