Our process

Our seamless process ensures a hassle-free experience for our clients. From the initial consultation to the final touches, we prioritize quality, attention to detail, and customer satisfaction. We handle everything, from site preparation to sealing, so you can enjoy your newly transformed space without any worries.


With 20+ years of experience in the industry, we bring a wealth of expertise to every project.


Our skilled team is committed to delivering top-notch craftsmanship, ensuring that your paver installation stands the test of time.


We understand that every project is unique. Our ability to customize designs and patterns allows us to tailor our services to your specific preferences and needs.
We believe in building long-lasting relationships with our clients based on trust and ongoing collaboration.
Augusto Cabral, COO


A new paver patio, path or driveway is a serious investment regardless of your project’s scope or scale, and choosing the right paver is critical.

Paver selection should compliment your property’s personality, perform as intended and fit in to your budget.


Concrete pavers are composed of a cement and aggregate mixture that is molded, and then air-dried.


Durable and weather-resistant, concrete pavers are ideal for several outdoor areas, such as driveways, patios, and walkways.


Dating back to as early as 14,000 BC, clay is the oldest known construction material — which is what brick pavers are made out of.


Brick pavers are molded out of a natural clay blend and fired in a kiln, giving them a brown or reddish shade.


Limestone is one of the earliest and most widely used construction materials next to clay. Making up about a tenth of all sedimentary rocks, this natural stone product is easily accessible in the United States.


Limestone pavers can be polished to create a smooth, glossy finish or they can be left with a natural, rough texture for a more rustic look.


Flagstone is quarried from sedimentary rock deposits, and is split into thin, flat pavers.


Flagstone pavers have a non-slip feature and come in unique, sometimes irregular shapes that can fit together like a puzzle.


Known for their beauty and elegance, marble pavers and slabs are typically used for home projects such as countertops, accent walls, and patio flooring to provide a sophisticated finish.


Marble is formed when limestone is exposed to extreme heat and pressure.

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