Extend your Bay Area home & living space to the outdoors with a paver patio
Just think of spending a magnificent sunny day under blue skies or a star-bright night under the evening sky. Even better. Just think of this enjoyment on your own property, in the comfort of your home.
A paver patio allows you to do just that just beyond the interior comfort of your own home. From cooking up a storm to relaxing with friends or spending quiet time with your significant other, a paver patio provides the beauty and luxury in what we might call an exterior room.
But is it right for you – your lifestyle, your property and your budget?
If we don’t answer those questions here, be sure to request a free consultation and we’re happy to answer any questions you have.
Backyard paver patios are perfect for Bay Area homes
Here in the Bay Area, we tend to live in homes that are lovely, but often small. That limit on square footage can put a crimp in your entertainment style—and also the luxury of finding some space for quiet time either alone or with your loved ones.
An outdoor paver patio provides a solution. In the Bay Area where we’re blessed with warm weather much of the year, whether your home is large or small, a paver patio essentially gives you an outdoor room that extends your space and adds functional purpose and value to your home.
Paver patios are stunning and require less upkeep
These days homeowners in the Bay Area want something different than the lawns and wooden decks that are so common with the older homes here.
They want a backyard that requires less upkeep, cost, and water to maintain. They also want their environment to be beautiful and contemporary. Backyard pavers fit the bill. The variety of colors, shapes, textures, and patterns in pavers present sky’s-the-limit possibilities, as well as a sense of modernity and elegance to Silicon Valley’s older homes.
Paver patios are more durable and more cost-effective than concrete slab patios
Because pavers are so durable, many consider them a better choice than a poured concrete patio.
Concrete slabs are prone to cracking and breaking, which then require patching to fix. This sort of repair work can create an eyesore to your overall landscaping appearance, not to mention cost you money in repairs.
Although upfront concrete costs may be slightly lower per square foot, the maintenance, time, and energy invested in repairs add up over time, making concrete a less effective choice for your backyard long-term.