Pavers can be installed as a DIY project or by using a reputable contractor. Doing a paver self-install is the cheapest way to install a new patio, driveway or sidewalk, but it is very labor intensive and time consuming. Before the interlocking concrete pavers can be laid down, the homeowner must dig out a specific area to a specific depth, usually six to 12 inches. A sidewalk and patio with light furniture requires a six inch foundation, and driveways typically require eight to 12 inch foundations for superior stability. After the foundation is laid and graded, the homeowner can lay and lock the concrete driveway pavers.
Homeowners who are short on time or unfamiliar with laying concrete pavers may wish to use a professional contractor to install their pavers in Houston, including Wood Crafters. With over 30 years of experience in the industry, Wood Crafters has the skill and professional know-how to expertly lay concrete paver sidewalks, pathways, porches and driveways.