Concrete – Paver Brick
Paver bricks can be utilized for many of the same applications
as concrete. However, we suggest that if paver bricks
are the material of choice that they are placed on a
concrete underlayment. An underlayment is generally a 4" thick layer of concrete beneath the surface of the brick.
A concrete underlayment has many advantages. It allows
for the brick to be placed on a perfectly flat plain.
This gives an even appearance throughout. Sand is then
swept into the joints once the brick is placed upon
the surface. Paver bricks are far less likely to heave
or settle when placed on concrete underlayment which is the most common problem encountered
with a paver brick surface. Finally, weeds or vegetation
growing between the bricks is not an issue.
Paver brick borders are also an excellent way to accent
concrete. We suggest an uderlayment or ledge for brick
pavers to be placed upon. the pavers are then mortared
- Walls, Post or Mailboxes
We can also provide installation of brick walls, brick
posts or mailboxes. These items can be customized by
adding an address stone or any historical fact you may
wish to disclose.