paver patio space

Why Do My Pavers Have Efflorescence On Them: Getting Rid Of Paver Residue after Installation

Why Do My Pavers Have Efflorescence On Them: Getting Rid Of Paver Residue after Installation

You just installed a BEAUTIFUL paver; Driveway and/or Patio area- and what appears? A whitish substance. This is totally not what you expected. Efflorescence can appear on top of a completed paver installation - and is not harmful to the paver itself. Want to learn more about Efflorescence? Read our Blog, to see what you can do and how to treat EFLO, if it does in fact appear on your newly designed space.

How to Prepare For a Hardscape Installation Project: Creating an Outdoor Living Space

How to Prepare For a Hardscape Installation Project: Creating an Outdoor Living Space

Creating that perfect Hardscape Design for your backyard can be tricky! But, with these 3 tips, we can help make your process easier. Check out this Bluffton, SC Hardscape design. This installation used Tremron’s, Sierra color paver, in a 3pc style. With matching retaining wall and cap, it’s a PRISTINE addition to any home.

HARDSCAPE PAVER PATIO Installer: CLIENT TESTIMONIAL in POOLER, GA

HARDSCAPE PAVER PATIO Installer: CLIENT TESTIMONIAL in POOLER, GA

Take a moment to listen to our Pooler, GA client talk about his patio makeover using American Paving Design!

Design & Installation Challenge: Check Out this Retaining Wall in Hilton Head!

Design & Installation Challenge: Check Out this Retaining Wall in Hilton Head!

The last thing you want is for your newly laid patio to wash away into the yard! Retaining walls can ensure that your patio stays great shape for years to come. They also add enclosure and privacy to your space, creating the feel of an outdoor room.

Prepare for the Ultimate Paver Project!

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Spring will be here before you know it. Prepare now for the ultimate Paver project!

Now is the time to start organizing and planning for your outdoor space. With Spring around the corner, let American Paving Design give you tips and ideas on how to spruce up your old concrete pad or grassy area with an enhanced and durable paver patio.

Pavers and Natural stone are known for their durability and eye catching colors and patterns. Why not install a paver project in your home today?  Check our top 3 tips for creating that dream space.

  1. Pick the Paver or Stone best suited for your home and project area

Are you looking for a natural stone that is uniquely beautiful?  Why not install Travertine? Travertine is a natural stone, made from Limestone deposits. It is naturally cool to the touch and wonderful for Patios and Pool deck areas.   Travertine stone comes in a multitude of variations and sizes, based off of a tan and cream colored pallet. This would add natural elegance to any backyard space.

 (Check out these Travertine installed projects)

Not interested in stone? No problem! American Paving Design offers a wide variety of pavers that come in all difference sizes and color variations. Installing inter-locking pavers is ideal for all outdoor- environments.  Brick pavers are virtually maintenance-free, and deliver a spectacular polished look after installation.

 (check out these Paver patios’ installed)

  1. Border or No Border

If you are trying to really create a unique paver patio space, adding paver borders and retaining walls to your area is key. Paver borders really bring out the shape of the area and defines the area.  You can use accent colors, such as the trim on your house or maybe a color your intending on using with your outdoor furniture.  If you are not wanting a large contrast between your paver patio and your border, you can use two very close, natural looking colors.

  1. It’s all about accessories: Pots and Planters

Want to add additional character to your paver patio design? Adding colorful planters to your patio can create an oasis feel, without over stimulating the space. Most of the time we can physically build planters out of the brick paver material we are using to build your patio.  Adding built-in planters gives vertical depth to the brick paver patio and really defines the space. Another benefit to adding planters to your design is it will help soften the hardscape space. This simple trick will help create a harmonious design. You do not need to have a large space to make it functional. When thinking about how to make a small space appear larger, think about adding vertical height to your brick paver patio.