It is also important to find a reputable brick paver installer. Proper paver installation is still the key to a long lasting paver structure. There are a lot of local contractors in the Greater Bay Area that offer paver installation, but not all can provide topnotch services. Your best option is to hire an established company like us at Bay Area Paving and Landscape. Since 1989, we have been offering our paver design and build services to residential and commercial property owners in Northern California. Among the areas we serve are Danville, San Ramon, Pleasanton, Dublin, and Castro Valley. We also cater the needs of Alameda, Fremont, Oakland, Orinda, and San Leandro residents. Contact us today at 1-888-987-2846 so we can start discussing your paving project.
Finely Crafted Brick PaversAt Bay Area Paving and Landscape, we are very critical when it comes to the quality of brick pavers that we install. We make sure that the pavers meet the ASTM C 902 standards. Quality brick pavers can withstand high volume of foot and vehicle traffic. An ASTM certified brick paving usually exceeds the minimum weight requirement of 8,000 lbs./sq. inch. They resist moisture and are proven tough in harsh weather conditions. To ensure that our clients get the best products, we only recommend and use trusted brands like Pine Hall Bricks, Belgard, Techo-bloc, Pacific Clay, Mc Near, General Shale, and Glen-Gery. These manufacturers use the latest technology to produce top-quality bricks. They also offer a wide range of paver colors and designs to suit the varying needs of property owners. By using their products, our clients are assured of an extremely tough but stylish paver features and amenities.
Brick pavers are available in exciting colors such as browns, reds, pinks, buffs, and other earth tone colors. With these options, it is not difficult to create a highly personalized paver feature in your home or commercial property. Maintenance cost is lower since bricks can last for decades without needing replacement. They are also eco-friendly masonry materials. In fact, some contractors use reclaimed bricks for outdoor improvement and paving projects.