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One of the best ways to enhance the look of your yard is to install a paver patio. Brick, clay, or travertine patio pavers are durable and beautiful and add value to your property.

Pavers are a better option for your patio than many other materials on the market, with several benefits relating to affordability, durability, and style.

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A patio paver, installed to high-quality standards by experienced paving professionals, offers the following advantages:

Affordability, low maintenance and durability

interlocking pavers are much more durable than poured concrete, being less likely to crack or break. They are sturdy and stable, which means they contract and expand easily with the shifting weather of south Florida, providing further protection against cracking. The wide variety of pavers available means that you can find one perfectly suited to your budget. Whichever one you choose, it will be a worthwhile investment in your home, adding to the overall value and appeal of the property.

Plenty of choices

The material you choose for your patio will give it a distinct look and it will also increase the amount of time you will decide to spend outdoors. Factors such as the size of the outdoor space, the location, your personal preferences, and local building codes will guide you on the right surface choice for your patio. With pavers, you get a wide selection of colors, styles, and patterns. They allow you to design your patio just as you want it. It will most definitely increase the value of your property.




Aside from your budget and the durability of the material, there are several factors that you should keep in mind as you select suitable pavers for your patio. You are making an important design decision that will set the tone for your yard for many years to come, so the first thing to do is to make sure that you select the right color and pattern. Think about the optimal color you need to bring your patio to life. You should also consider the shape of the pavers, as well as the layout pattern that will be most appropriate for your yard.


Pavers can be installed in a wide variety of patterns – and the one you choose depends mainly on your style preferences. You could select a 90-degree herringbone or a 45-degree running bond. Perhaps a basketweave – double or boxed – if its more your style. Speak to your installer and look at the patterns they have to offer, and think carefully about which of them is most appropriate for your space – or which appeals to you more.


Installing a patio is a sizeable undertaking. When done by professionals, it will be completed with minimal mess and fuss, but it is, nonetheless a process, that will go through several phases before completion, much like any other construction or paving job.

Here are some of the intermediate steps and processes you will need to prepare for:
  1. The installers will have to dig to the appropriate depth for your chosen pavers. 
  2. Once the groundwork is prepared, a landscaping cloth is laid down to prevent the growth of weeds.
  3. A base layer of packed dirt or sand is then laid down.
  4. The area must have the proper drainage to ensure that rainwater is carried safely and neatly away. Your contractor will know how to prepare for this.
  5. Once the pavers are set in place, sand is then used to fill in the cracks between them and create a finished look.
  6. After the work is finished, there will probably be extra pavers left over. These should be stored safely in case repair or extensions are needed later.
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Pavers can be installed in a variety of patterns and designs, one of their many benefits. You could opt for herringbone, basket weave, running bond, stack bond, circular, or fan patterns. The choice of the pattern will depend on your preferences, as well as your choice of material and the shape of the area being paved.


Here are answers to some of the most common questions we get asked about paver patios.
Your patio can easily accommodate a fire pit or barbeque area. Your contractor will be able to assist you in incorporating this into your overall design. Patio pavers can safely be used under or around fire pits.
It is best for your pavers to be level and even to ensure that the surface is safe for people to walk on without tripping. It also just looks better!
The best way to ensure that patio pavers are level is to level the ground properly before starting the paving job. A professional installer will go through this important step thoroughly before laying down the pavers.
You can leave the preparation to your paving contractor, who will have the necessary skills and tools to complete the entire installation process. If you are doing the job yourself, however, you would need to dig an area that is deep enough to accommodate the pavers, the bedding sand, and the gravel base. You will need about 4 to 6 inches for the base, one inch for the bedding sand, and between 2-3 inches for the pavers, depending on the material you choose.
Paver patios are not considered permanent structures, so you do not require a permit to build one. If you are unsure, you should consult your local authorities.
Paver patios are not considered permanent structures, so you do not require a permit to build one. If you are unsure, you should consult your local authorities.


For high-quality patios installed by experienced contractors, call Molina. We are among the leading suppliers and installers of patio pavers in South Florida. Contact us for more information.

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