A paver patio will offer you extreme durability, minimal maintenance and — you guessed it — added value to your home.
Paver patios offer anywhere from 30% to 60% return on investment. Due to their unique nature, these landscape features tend to be at the higher end of the ROI spectrum.
Concrete is a durable material, but how it is installed in a patio project is an important consideration. Because concrete is placed in slabs that cover a large surface area, it is subject to cracking over time, posing safety hazards and needing costly repairs.
Pavers have the advantage of interlocking pieces to make the patio a more flexible structure, while also allowing for a stronger foundation that withstands environmental stresses.
The long lifespan of a paver patio can serve as an added selling point for potential buyers who prefer outdoor living spaces.
A potential buyer browsing pictures online or walking through your home and seeking a cohesive feel. While this can mean differing styles, the idea is that the house should have a cohesive overall experience, where every space has a purpose and natural connections between them.
This sentiment applies to the home’s exterior, including its landscape design. Just like an outdoor kitchen or a fire pit, the patio should complement the colors, patterns, and textures in the home. In fact, it’s the patios that have been there forever that offer the greatest ROI.
Pavers provide flexibility homeowners need to attain this effect. They come in a variety of styles that range from traditional, rustic and modern paver styles and colors that include beige, grey, black, and white. So whether a homeowner wants to emulate a particular architectural element, there are pavers available to meet their needs.