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Interlocking Patio Pavers Near Me

Interlocking pavers are a great option for people looking for gorgeous, low-maintenance “hardscaping.” Hardscaping includes the elements in your yard that are made out of sturdy materials including stone, wood and cement. Interlocking pavers differ from other types of hardscaping because they’re modular, which allows them to be joined in a variety of shapes and patterns. In order to get the beautiful results you’re seeking, you need to make sure you choose the right contractor for the job.

When you’re ready, ImproveNet can connect you with top interlocking paving companies near you.

How to Find the Best Interlocking Paver Installers Near You

When choosing an interlocking paving contractor, you don’t want to just pick the first name that pops up in a search. You have to do your research. As you look up interlocking paving contractors online and talk to them on the phone, keep the following points in mind.

  • Interlocking pavers can be made from many different types of materials, including cobblestone or cement. Once you’ve picked a material, you’ll need to determine what type of pattern you want the paving stones to be laid in. If you need some advice on material and pattern, seek out contractors with experience on different types of installation using all types of materials.
  • If you have unique hardscaping and landscaping challenges such as difficult or unusually-shaped terrain, browse contractor reviews and seek out people who have proven experience thinking outside the box.
  • Some contractors have connections with paving manufacturers. These connections may allow them to charge you less for materials. If cost is a concern, contact the contractors you’re thinking of using and find out if they have any connections that can help you stay within your budget.
  • Ensure the contractor you use is licensed, bonded and insured. This will help ensure you will be covered in the event that something goes wrong. When checking your contractor’s insurance, make sure the coverage includes workers’ compensation and general liability. Workers’ comp is there to protect you in case a contractor or subcontractor gets injured on your property while doing the work. Make sure your contractor has at least $500,000 in insurance
  • Get everything in writing before your contractor begins work. Make sure there are clear sketches drawn to scale, pictures and/or images detailing exactly how you want the interlocking pavers to be laid out.

Interlocking Paving Contractor Costs

Interlocking paving costs vary by the size, materials used and scope of project, so getting a sufficient number of estimates before making your decision is key. Interlocking pavers, on average, cost between $1.23 and $1.50 per square foot. When including installation, materials and equipment costs, interlocking paving installation rises to $6 to $8 per square foot.

Legitimate interlocking paving contractors are usually happy to give free consultations and estimates, so make sure you get them before you proceed. It makes sense to save money where you can, but don’t skimp on quality. Short-term thinking can lead to long-term pain, so choose your contractor based on the quality of work and pricing rather than just pricing alone.