Paver Contractors Service

If you need a new walkway, driveway, or patio, it’s wise to consider pavers. Home Enhancement Pro designs and installs paver paths in Greater Houston Texas outdoor living spaces, including Humble, Spring, Katy, Sugar Land, and The Woodlands.

Walkway and Patio Paver Installation

Pavers are a flexible choice for Texans looking to upgrade their home value. They work with just about any style and can be installed anywhere. Our installers have designed contemporary, traditional, and English gardens that use pavers for patios or pathways. 

Pavers are also superior to concrete. Not only are they initially more attractive, but pavers also won’t crack as easily, making them a better long-term choice. Likewise, there’s an advantage over stone. We love natural stone, but it’s not always the right choice for a budget or situation. Finally, pavers are uniform, making them easier to install at a lower price.

Paving Service

Why Choose Home Enhancement Pro?

Our outdoor paver division can create a wide variety of custom paver solutions for our Greater Houston clients. We design and build patio pavers, pool and deck pavers, driveway pavers, and walkway pavers in several styles, sizes, patterns, and colors; with our expertise, we can help you find the best possible color, pattern, and design to fit your space and needs with minimum hassle. 

Our core business model is to design a beautiful space for our Houston clients; our pavers will completely transform your yard into an outdoor oasis, creating a comfortable setting for family gatherings and more throughout the year. Our paver installation experts have years of experience installing beautiful patios throughout Houston.

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Ornamental brick paved outdoor patio with a circular design in the bricks with dining furniture and colorful flowers in flowerpots flanking steps and an entrance, view from above after rain

Paver Installation Process

Using pavers comes with many benefits, but designing and installing them is hard work. The following is a general overview of the steps our installers take to place interlocking pavers in a Texas backyard. However, your project might involve additional steps. 

  1. Prepare the area: We measure the square footage of the area and excavate it. Then we fill the excavated site with Class II Road Base material and compact it with a vibrating plate. It’s vital to compact and level the base properly for the pavers to rest on a smooth, even surface.
  2. Install bedding sand: The pavers ultimately rest in a bed of sand. We add this layer for additional leveling and structure security.
  3. Edge restraint: For even more structure security, we install a stable edge restraint to prevent the pavers from moving laterally.
  4. Install the pavers: We layer the pavers on the sand and run our vibrating plate compactor to interlock them.
  5. Sand and seal: Finally, we sand down between the paver joints and add a sealer to the finished project.

How Much Do Pavers Cost?

Most homeowners can expect to pay between $8.69 and $22.18 per square foot, but the final bill depends on size, material, and design complexity.

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Paver Materials

Pavers can come in many forms: 

  • Brick: Brick pavers are uniform, making installation simple. Since they come in different styles and quality, they also work with just about any style. For example, they’re a suitable choice for designing an outdoor fire pit.
  • Concrete: Homeowners love choosing concrete because they come in a variety of textures, finishes, colors, sizes, and maneuverability. Likewise, they’re fairly inexpensive as pavers go.
  • Bluestone: These natural sandstone pavers feature mid-tone bluish grey colors. They’re also especially sturdy and can withstand harsh weather elements.
  • Flagstone: If you are interested in a shape that isn’t uniform like brick or concrete, flagstone pavers offer a varied pattern to walk on. It feels cool underfoot and looks especially distinguished once it’s sealed.
  • Cobblestone: Another highly sought-after material, cobblestone is a favorite among homeowners because of its various style options. Cobblestone pavers can be rectangular, square, or octagonal.
  • Slab: Also known as pavement, slab pavers are flexible for small and large areas around your home.
  • Interlocking: These small slabs are usually made of cement or concrete. They connect in a way that prevents them from becoming loose.
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