Your patio surface is not just a conduit between your curb and your house. With the right amount of effort, and the right type of patio pavers installed, your patio floor can be the greatest asset you can design for maximum curb appeal. In this blog, we’ll give you 3 types of outdoor patio pavers which you can consider for your outdoor patio.
A natural stone option cut in various sizes, each travertine tile is one-of-a-kind, ensuring your patio will have a unique aesthetic. It’s also produced with either a matte or glossy finish. It fits well in a modern house, and is particularly easy to maintain and clean.
Cast and pre-fabricated into brick molds, concrete pavers are slightly inexpensive and come in a gamut of designs, shapes, and colors. You can lay it directly on the ground or on top of a thin layer of concrete. However, direct-to-ground installation may make your paver surface uneven over time as some sink lower due to heavier foot traffic it receives. Having expert stonemasons do the installation will assure you laid pavers will remain stable and cohesive over a long period of time.
The prettiest pavers you can use for your patio, ceramic pavers allow you to make your patio floor a work of art. With more intricate inlaid designs on the tiles, you can essentially create a mosaic or avant-garde pattern that’ll make your patio floor pop out and become a focal point in itself. However, using ceramic pavers is best advised for those with existing even patio surfaces. Also make sure your patio isn’t prone to cracking or fissuring. While it might be more costly, ceramic pavers do lend an incredible beauty to your patio.
Need more inspiration? Head over to our Paver Photo Gallery to see how these pavers add beauty to Woodlands patios.