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Thinking about adding a patio to that backyard? Or adding pavers to a your driveway? Pavers are a cost-effective way to create a beautiful home's curb appeal, and a durable outdoor living space with an assortment of colors, textures, and materials to choose from. We are a local paver company servicing Ocala, Gainesville, Dunnellon, Leesburg, The Villages, Williston, Archer, High Springs, Summerfield and Newberry Florida. Get a free estimate below through our online form.

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Pavers for Outdoor Living Space

Adding paving stones to driveways, walkways, pool decks, and patio provide immense value as an ideal source because superior water drainage, appeal (with multiple options of paver shapes, colors, and textures) and are non-slip while wet to your outdoor space. Each material thrives on different use cases for your outdoor space. Our inspiration is to create unique designs to complement your outdoor living space.

Concrete Paving Stones Applications

Concrete pavers are an incredible investment to your yard, regardless of the hardscaping project you decide.

Porcelain Paver

Porcelain Paver

Porcelain is a great option for a sleeker design and outdoor hardscape project to patio or pool deck. Their aesthetic appeal is very different compared to concrete, bluestone, travertine or clay pavers as it does not resemble rustic aesthetics. Porcelain is made of natural minerals and quartz in a clay-like form, which are fired at high temperatures. Porcelain pavers provide an elegant design that can range from different color blend such as white, black, brown or grey to suit your taste and preference.

Porcelain Paver Applications

Porcelain is a great for outdoor living spaces, but can also be used in commercial settings such as office parks or hotel courtyards. This paver brings beauty to any backyard living space with styles sizes ranging resembling laminate flooring, and stone oriented in various patterns to bring a tile clean finish.

bluestone pavers


Bluestones come in a variety of styles for walkways, courtyards, sidewalks, patios, and pool coping. Bluestone is composed of quartz particles and sand compounds. Bluestone originates from molten lava, which then cools and compresses into blocks that are most popularly found in New England, the Northeast of the United States, and throughout Europe. The variety of silica and iron found in bluestones accounts for the variation in color. The colors include red, yellow, gray, and black. This paving stone is a softer variant than other paving stones; as a result, it should be used in areas with little walking, or pedestrian traffic.

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Bluestone Paver Applications

Bluestones aren't as suitable for full sun pool decks because their naturally ability to retain heat and are more popular for patios, or sidewalks because of it's durable material which can withstand heavy traffic areas. And do provide a more natural appearance compared to concrete pavers.

travertine pavers


By adding travertine to your home or garden brings a modern architecture presence. With Travertine Pavers they will not fade or weather. Travertine is a stone that can be described as a cross between marble and limestone. With a variety of colors to choose from ranging from dark brown to gray and beige, travertine is a popular stone used in the Mediterranean region during the Roman Empire. Travertine Pavers are a great addition for patios, pool decks, and lanais.

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Travertine Applications

Travertine is commonly found around pools and patios, but can be applied to driveways the width of these naturally occurring stones are sold at 3cm and this applies to pools, patios and driveways. Travertine pool coping is also applied towards pools. The available colors available for travertine may vary depending on location being bought from. The most common blend of travertine colors include cream, beige, brown, tan, grey, black, blue, orange, yellow, gold and ivory.

Clay pavers

Clay Paver

Clay pavers are a type of natural pavers that can be found in the form of bricks or pavers, and is popular because it provides an appearance resembling brick through its red color blend with variations in texture such as smooth, rough, and rustic. The joints are filled with a mixture of sand and cement for added stability as well as keep it from moving away from where its placed.

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Clay Paver Applications

Because of the extreme temperatures at which they're formed, clay bricks create a beautiful and traditional look that comes in a variety of hues. Clay brick pavers provide a fashionable and conventional touch that may be chosen from a variety of colors. For homeowners, clay brick pavers offer a stylish and durable product to enjoy. Clay pavers may be used in a wide range of settings, including driveways and backyard patios. When it comes to clay pavers, the color palette is balanced, with significant amounts of red and brown. There is zero touch of gray or white compared to other pavers.

Paver Product Type Variations


From one size installed on the whole job to many size pavers put in, paver pavements have gotten increasingly popular. With paver interlocking used in a variety of designs to add beauty to the conclusion hardscape project. Pavers come in a variety of hues and textures, which may be mixed together for a unique appearance that complements the house and yard.


Pavers are available in a number of textures to complement your desired landscape. The textures may provide more traction, produce a polished look, or give your pavers an antique appearance.


When it comes to choosing the color of the pavers, much depends on the style you want to achieve. A good rule of thumb is to choose a design that corresponds with your house's design. Depending on artificial (concrete pavers, porcelain pavers, clay pavers) to natural pavers (travertine pavers, bluestone pavers) there is the right suited color available to your home.


All stones should be treated with commercial sealant to maintain the natural color and texture of the stone. Oil or acrylic-based sealer is utilized on pavers, which provides excellent rainwater and pollution resistance as well as long-term color retention. The sealant is a combination of acrylic and oil that is applied to paver using water.

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Common Concerns to consider before adding Pavers

Have questions? We got answers! Read below from many popular questions from clients.

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1. Do I need permit to install pavers?
Is this a new landscape project being added 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 Gainesville Florida, Dunnellon Florida, Alachua Florida, Ocala Florida, The Villages Florida, and Leesburg Florida, but it may be necessary that your HOA require you show documentation of work to be performed.
2. Can I lay pavers on concrete or dirt?
You'll need a paver base if you want to put pavers on dirt. A paver base is a layer of gravel that is spread over the area where you will be placing the pavers. The foundation will aid in leveling out the ground and providing a stable surface for the pavers. Pavers on concrete are only acceptable for non-commercial usage.
3. What type of style of pavers are best?
There are many different types of pavers available on the market, from natural to artificial pavers. Some factors you may want to consider include the type of material, the color and pattern, and the price. You'll also want to make sure that the pavers you choose are the best use scenario and easy to maintain.
4. Will my HOA prevent me from adding pavers to my home?
If you have an HOA, roughly 90% of the time you'll be required to receive permission before any type work can be performed. This typically involves submitting detailed documentation of the exact project details. HOA typically approve a span of one to two weeks.
5. How are Pavers Installed?
There are a few different ways to install pavers, but the most common method is called "sand set" installation. This method involves excavating the area where the pavers will be installed to a depth of about 3 -8 inches (depending on area). A layer of gravel is then spread over the area and tamped down. The pavers are then laid on top of the gravel in the desired pattern, and sand is brushed into the cracks between them. Once the sand has been compacted, the pavers will be level with or slightly above the surrounding ground. To learn more about how pavers are installed click here.
6. How do you prevent weeds going through pavers?
When adding pavers the material added beneath pavers is crushed concrete, similar to gravel, with zero form of organic matter. Weeds can’t grow in or beneath when enough crushed concrete is added. When weeds do form after proper procedures are taken, the issue usually comes from seeds that have fallen out of trees overhead. The most appropriate solution is to add liquid sealant.
7. Is it necessary to remove the pavement or asphalt from walkways, front patios or driveways?
Pavers used specifically for walking or leisure don't require concrete to be removed. Stones can be laid directly onto of concrete. While for driveways, concrete is required to be removed to ensure longevity and performance, if not stones will crack.
8. What is the level of quality of materials used?
Bhild only works with a selected group of manufactures from Flagstone, Belgard, and Tremron. With all these manufactures located Orlando to Jacksonville, Florida.
9. Can you provide additional details of your paver process?
Yes, please go to our resources center for more information on our paving procedure. Furthermore, we have past projects that you may find helpful on the our city projects located below.

Our Hardscaping Locations

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