When deciding on a new driveway or driveway remodel for their home, Southern California homeowners have many options to choose from. Pacific Outdoor Living recommends using interlocking concrete pavers for your new driveway. Concrete pavers, or paving stones, are a popular hardscaping choice among homeowners because they’re extremely durable, long-lasting and come in many different styles, colors and sizes. Whether you’re looking to redesign your driveway or your patio, walkway or pool deck, pavers are an ideal solution.


Installing a Paving Stone Driveway

1. We Start with an Old, Asphalt Driveway.

2. The Demolition Crew Removes the Asphalt Driveway.

3. The Soil Sub-Base Is Then Compacted.

4. The Base Is Then Installed.

5. The Base Is Graded for Proper Drainage.

6. The Base Is Compacted

7. Sand Is Then Poured Over the Based and Leveled

8. Now the Pavers Are Installed in Place.

09. The Paver Installation Is Completed.

10. The Edges Are Measured Precisely.

11. The Edges Are Cut Perfectly.

12. The Edge Pavers Are Set in Concrete.

13. The Pavers Are Then Compacted to Secure Them in Place.

14. Joint Sand Is Spread over the Pavers.

15. The Sand and Pavers Are Now Compacted Again.

16. A Beautiful New Driveway and a Very Happy Customer!


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