Unit Pavers

Hardscaping is often a critical part of designing a beautiful and useful outdoor space. Hardscaping, or paving your patio or commercial walkway with unit pavers or brick, can upgrade the appearance of your space and make it more usable for living and dining outdoors. Hardscaped areas also make it easier to navigate for those with mobility challenges.

Unit Paving refers to this type of paving with stones, bricks, and pavers because each are placed individually. At Storybook Stone, we offer a variety of unit paving options — literally thousands of styles, colors, shapes, textures, and materials. Pavers typically come in brick, concrete, and stone. But you can get pavers in marble, travertine, porcelain, rubber, and plastic. Pavers may interlock or be placed separately with gravel or grass between them. Colors range from beige, brown, and tan to red (brick), pewter, and even colors such as purple, yellow, and blue.

Pervious Pavers

If you’re about to reach your limit for impervious surface on your home’s lot, ask us about pervious pavers for your patio or driveway. Pervious pavers come with many advantages, such as:

  • Prevents stormwater runoff.
  • Stays cool in summer!
  • Can be made with recycled materials.
  • Remains drier and is less likely to ice in the winter because water seeps through.
  • You can even choose to collect the water underneath your pervious pavers in a cistern.

What to Expect With a Paving Project

Our expert paving team starts with your vision so we can recommend paving choices based on the land and its use. But the final choices are up to you. We’ll give you a catalog so you can choose the unit pavers that achieve the look you love. We can obtain samples of most pavers so you can see and touch them before finalizing your decision. When we begin working, we’ll create a solid gravel base on fabric to support the structure.

How long will it take to build my hardscaped/unit paving project?

How long the work takes depends on your project scope and the weather, but we’ll be sure to give you an estimate after we create the design. In general, we can work through most North Carolina weather — except ice and hurricanes. But we’ll talk to you about this as we get started.

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