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Using Natural Stone vs. Concrete Pavers for Your Outdoor Living Spaces

Using Natural Stone vs. Concrete Pavers for Your Outdoor Living Spaces

Outdoor living spaces add beauty and functionality to your yard and when you opt to add one to your property, there are many choices to make such as what elements to install, the type of landscape plants, and the kind of material to build everything.

Choosing the material for your new space is a big decision, especially when you consider that they will last for decades. Learn about concrete pavers and natural stone and which one you may want to pick for your outdoor living space in Lebanon, Mt. Juliet, Green Hill, and nearby areas of Tennessee.


Concrete Pavers: More Economical, But Require More Maintenance

Concrete paver patio with retaining wall in Green Hill, TN.

One great choice for outdoor living spaces is concrete pavers. These come in many different colors, shapes, and sizes. Our hardscape contractors can arrange them in multiple patterns as well for a completely customized area. We can use them to create patios, walkways, decorative driveways, and more.

Pavers are a more economical choice of material, as they cost less than natural stone and are easier to install. Each piece is precut and designed to interlock with the one next to it.

They do require sealing and cleaning services, and those should be done every 3-5 years, which means they need more maintenance than stone. Occasionally, a paver might break or crack, but it is easy to replace them.


Natural Stone: Higher Costs, Will Last Forever

Natural stone paver walkway at a Lebanon, TN property.

While natural stone, or flagstone, may have a higher upfront cost, the end results...

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