Patio Pavers Installation in Gainesville, Fl
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Prices to Install Concrete Paver Patios In Gainesville, Fl
Costs of Concrete Paver Patio In Gainesville Fl
- 10' x 10' Paver Patio$1,304 - $1,640
- 12' x 12' Paver Patio$1,850 - $2,043
- 14' x 14' Paver Patio$2,096 - $2,304
- 16' x 16' Paver Patio$2,408 - $2,804
- 20' x 20' Paver Patio$3,850 - $4,300
Add-ons to Landscaping Patio Pavers
- Install Paver Patio Fire Pit$650 - 1,104
- Install 10'- 16' Sitting Bench$1,253 - $2,585
- Install Paver Wall & Columns$1,900 - $2,993
Concrete Paver Patio Colors, Styles & Shapes
Every patio is unique with multiple colors, shapes and design patters.
Paver Patio with Full Bench & Fire Pit
A beautifully designed stone patio, with a paver fire pit, 2 layer sitting bench, and paver column lighting outpost. The cap (top layer) covered on the paver fire pit and paver sitting wall is accented in grey.
Outdoor Brick Patio
This paver lanai connecting to a pool deck going into a downstep with a bullnose coping uses multiple paver shapes throughout the outdoor patio. The color scheme is Cream, Beige, Charcoal.
25' x 35' Curved Patio Pavers
This outdoor backyard paver patio was made with multiple shapes and sizes of a charcoal, white, and tan. Upon laying these landscaping pavers the client wanted no sharp edges compared to the conventional square paver approach.
Backyard Stone Patio & Stone Fire pit
This backyard paver patio fully extended over the entire length of the house with a step up on top a subdivided patio with a paver fire pit. This paver stone patio colors include white and pewter.
What to consider before adding Concrete Pavers
Before beginning any hardscaping project ask yourself the following questions.
1. What kind of location is this?
Are you adding pavers to your home? Or is this for commercial use? Commercial use 99% of the time there will be permits involved. While for home use permits aren’t required for Alachua county while it might be necessary that your HOA require you show documentation of work to be performed.
2. Is there a current structure in place of where the pavers are?
Typically most clients are choosing to replace their concrete slab with interlocking pavers. And in most cases laying the pavers directly on top of the existing concrete is the method of action for paver patio or walkable areas. While there are some circumstances of a driveway or a structure that requires large amounts of weight that will require removal of an existing concrete slab.
3. What is the desired hardscaping scheme look your are trying to accomplish?
There are many different hardscaping applications from installing a driveway, an outdoor kitchen, or adding rocks to your landscape. With endless shapes, sizes, colors, and the type of material being the largest reason for cost difference (concrete, bluestone, travertine, clay). Since you’re considering a paver patio adding a paver fire pit or a sitting bench will provide more use and appeal to your outdoor living space.
4. Do you have an HOA? And if you do is there any regulation?
If you have an HOA about 90% of the time there is going to be some type of approval required to start any modifications to your home. This typically involves submitting detailed documentation of the exact project details. HOA typically approve a span of one to two weeks.
5. Is your surrounding areas surrounded by trees or brush?
Trees or other brush is great for shade or decoration, but they can cause a lot of discoloration over time. This could be from staining the pavers or an accumulation of dirt. The best solution for this is to add liquid sealant. This will not only help prevent discoloration, but will further prevent weeds to accumulate and grow in between the pavers.
6. What is my estimated shape and size of the area needing hardscaping?
The larger the area the price of cost decreases drastically per square footage. While the style of layout cuts, including curved lines will also play a part depending on the hardscaping installed.
Our Hardscaping Projects in Gainesville Florida.
Project Location: Gainesville Hardscaping DrivewayCity: GainesvilleDate of Inquiry: What Kind of Location: Home/ResidenceGrading Required: Small (Less than 700 Sq Ft)Variety Selection: Traverstone Cream/Orange/BeigeZip Code: FL 32607Date of Completion: 20210113Size of Area: Small (Less than 700 Sq Ft)Old Surface Removal: Concrete RemovalComments: Removed walkway and driveway concrete. Existing entrance slab couldn't be removed as it was with the foundation of the home. Therefore pavers were added directly on top of concrete slab. After removing concrete prepared area for pavers. And finally installing pavers to clients specifications.
Project Pictures (Before and After)
Project Location: Gainesville, FL 32653City: Gainesville, FloridaDate of Inquiry: What Kind of Location: Home/ResidenceGrading Required: Less than 200 Sq FtVariety Selection: White/Tan/Charcoal - Castlerock IIIZip Code: 32653Date of Completion: 20201211Size of Area: Less than 200 Sq FtOld Surface Removal: NoComments: Client requested an expansion of current outdoor patio to the existing patio of 6 years. We brought samples of the exact pavers to be installed attempting to match existing patio scheme, colors no longer being produced by manufacturer. Total square footage of existing patio was 180 Sq Ft with curved lines.
Project Pictures (Before and After)
Frequently Asked Questions
1. Will my patio stones crack?
When installing patio pavers the thickness will vary based on preference and current existing structure. If very little weight will be placed upon pavers than pavers at roughly 1″ is perfectly fine considering if there is a an existing structure in place such as concrete slab. Furthermore pavers have a very hide durability and it’s very unlikely that they will crack.
2. How long do Concrete Pavers last?
Concrete Pavers offer an expected durability of more than 50 years when installed correctly compared to the conventional concrete slab of 25 years.
3. Do weeds come through the pavers?
The material added beneath pavers is crushed concrete with zero form of organic matter. Thus weeds can’t grow in or beneath considering enough crushed concrete is added. When weeds do form and proper procedures are taken it’s from above in which seeds are spread from on top of the pavers in to the cracks. The most appropriate solution is to add liquid sealant which acts as an adhesive glue protecting the pavers.
4. Can I add paver directly over my existing concrete?
Yes, since an existing structure is already in place is provide a form of support. Instances of where concrete would need to be remove is on driveways or when limited amount of height is needed.
5. What areas do you provide paver services?
We operate and provide paver services throughout Marion, Alachua & Levy Counties. This includes Ocala, Gainesville, Dunnellon, Bronson, The Villages, Williston, Archer, and Newberry Florida.
6. What guarantee do I have on work performed?
Yes, we provide a minimum of a 5 year craftsmanship warranty on all paver service. Further details for warranty are provided in our terms of service.
7. What payment methods do you accept?
bhild accepts all major credit cards (3% processing fee), cash, check, other mobile payments (paypal, zelle, cash app), and 100% financing up to $100,000. APR range from 6.9% and upwards.
8. Do you offer financing?
Yes. We offer financing from 12 major lenders for all credit types. See if you prequalify online.
9. Are you licensed and insured?
Yes, all paver services performed are fully insured, including all necessary licenses to perform work.
10. How long will it take to be fully installed?
In most cases we provide within one day of initial contact a detailed quote, this includes a blueprint, costs, and terms of work. After contract and HOA (if applicable) is approved our average completion time is within one week of initial contact.