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Otherwise known as slabs are typically a larger often thinner method of paving. While thicker patio blocks are manufactured for vehicular traffic typically slabs are 3/4" to 2" and used for pedestrian traffic only. Slabs can be produced from natural stone or concrete.


Used For Patios – Walkways – Steps


Create the patio/walkway/driveway you have always wanted


• Concrete patio blocks perfect for patios, walkways & driveways 

• Available in many shapes, sizes and colors to enhance your outdoor living area. 

• Choose from aggregate blocks, which are topped with bits of embedded stone, or a flagstone look. 

• Concrete patio blocks have a uniform thickness for ease in installation.

Why Concrete Patio / Paving Blocks?


More Strength, More Life: Concrete paving blocks are stronger and more durable than conventional materials.


Less Absorbent: Concrete block paving has less than 5% absorption which is considerably lower than both asphalt, providing for substantial resistance to soil and salt, common destructive agents to the life and appearance of other paving surfaces.


More Attractive: Because concrete paving blocks are available in a variety of shapes, and endless number of beautiful patterns and designs can be created which simply cannot be achieved with asphalt.


Less Maintenance: Concrete block paving requires far less maintenance than other paving materials. Concrete block paving’s strength and durability eliminates costly patching and surfacing.


Easily Reusable: Unlike asphalt, paving blocks can be removed for access to underground utilities and reinstalled after repairs are completed.


Cooler in Summer: Concrete block paving remains cooler than asphalt in summer making it the ideal choice for parks, patios, around swimming pools and pedestrian areas.


Easier to Install: The installation of concrete paving blocks requires neither the specialized equipment nor the intensive skilled labor of asphalt. Block paving does not require favorable weather and temperature for successful installation, avoiding costly construction delays.


Major Cost Savings: The initially higher cost concrete block paving is recouped many times over through longer product life, reduced maintenance, repair, sealing and stripping costs, making concrete block paving an economical choice for your next paving job.

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