Pavers Installation in Napa County, California

Custom Pavers Patio

We offer pavers installation in Napa County, and Northern California!

We’re assuming you still don’t know what pavers are, so we’re going to be very simple here: Pavers are concrete blocks of different designs and colors, and they’re used to create smooth-looking, hard surfaces in the outdoors.

You can use pavers to give a makeover to patios, steps, driveways, and pathways. Some people even consider to use pavers instead of stone, or plain concrete for the construction of retaining walls.

We offer pavers installation in Napa County and Northern California, and I’m proud to tell you that this is possibly the cheapest way to give your place a great makeover. They don’t need a lot of maintenance after they’re installed, and on top of that pavers are cheapest than concrete, or even stone.

 

Los Amigos Landscape Logo - Napa Valley California - Landing Pages1“If you want to install pavers, or need brick or stone work layers in Northern California give us a call. Remember that we’re also available for your flagstone, retaining walls, and masonry needs. We’re going to charge by the hour until we finish processing our California construction license, so hurry up for best hourly prices!!”

 

Pavers installation is simple but it requires some time and effort and it has to be done properly. Anybody can start installing pavers but soon enough they realize the job is not as easy as it looks, or as easy as they tell you in DIY websites or DIY videos (DIY= Do it yourself).

We can help you with your job if you want to install pavers in Napa, California. In next articles we’re going to explain to you the differences between pavers and concrete, the differences between stone and pavers, and of course the differences between pavers and asphalt.

As a former asphalt installer, I can tell you a lot of pros and cons about asphalt patios. Pavers Installation in Napa County is a good option that you won’t want to miss. If you want to learn about the types of pavers available for construction projects in Napa California, or any other place in Northern California keep reading our blog.

We’re going to show you about the types of pavers available, there are concrete pavers, rubber pavers, clay pavers (also known as bricks), 80mm Pavers (for heavy traffic), 1″ Pavers for backyard patios or indoor projects, and especial pavers for grass (grass pavers).

You’re also going to learn about the different companies that offer pavers for pavers installation in Napa County, California and all of Northern California. We’re also going to teach you about the different pavers designs and colors from each of these companies. So, if you’re looking forward to learn more about pavers, bookmark this blog now!

Also if you want pavers installation in Napa County, California, (American Canyon, Calistoga, St. Helena, Yountville, Aetna Springs, Angwin, Capell Valley, Chiles Valley, Circle Oaks, Deer Park, Dry Creek, Gordon Valley, Carneros, Mt. Veeder, Oakville, Pope Valley, Rutherford, Soda Canyon, Spanish Flat, or Vichy Springs) you can always give us a call, and we can help you to decide what type of job or material is the best for your personal project. Thanks for reading us!!

Remember, for the highest quality in your construction project at low prices, we’re always available to help you!

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Craig - April 30, 2014 Reply

I have 700 sq. ft. Meet a ballpark rough quote for pavers that wil match blue slate

    Miguel Morales - May 1, 2014 Reply

    Hi Craig.
    If you want to match blue slate, a greyish type of paver could be the answer. However, it’s also possible that depending on the look of the blue slate, a combination of colored pavers is possible to make everything look better.

    I can’t give you an exact estimate for your 700 sq. ft. right now because I need to know your location, if preparation is needed, and what kind of ground you have at home (for base purposes), among other things. If you want to email me your information do it at: concretepaversandstone@live.com

    Also, you can call me directly so I can answer all your questions more accurately, or even set up an appointment for a free estimate: (707) 495-8479.
    Thanks for your comment!

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