Listen up, NoCo friends! Outdoor living spaces just got a whole lot classier, sturdier, and overall better.
That’s right, we’re talking about pavers in Colorado and the extra zing they can add to your landscape. One of the best things about pavers is that you don’t have to wait until summer to include them in your landscaping – All Terrain installs pavers in Fort Collins, Greeley, and all of Northern Colorado all year round.
Although our hardscaping portfolio speaks for itself, we’d like to give you a little extra background information and share a few reasons why they are a great addition to northern Colorado landscapes.
Let’s dive in!
Why You Should Landscape with Pavers in Colorado
We LOVE incorporating pavers in Colorado designs for several reasons.
First, they’re a great way to transform your outdoor space, whether it be a patio, walkway, driveway, or poolside area because they’re so versatile. There are a few different types of pavers for landscaping, and that includes natural stone, brick, and concrete.
The options alone make this an extremely popular choice when it comes to hardscaping – not to mention their durability and long-lasting nature.
But the real beauty of using landscape pavers for your Colorado home is the creative design options. Since each individual piece is its own unit, you can mix and match colors and shapes to make your outdoor space truly unique.
With pavers in Colorado, you can guarantee that installation will be smooth, swift, and worth the wait – even if you choose to install during the colder seasons. Did we mention that pavers are also cost-effective and require minimal maintenance compared to other hardscaping materials like asphalt or gravel?
Not to mention, they can be easily cleaned and replaced if necessary.
From driveways to patios, landscape pavers are a durable, cost-effective way to give your outdoor area a facelift that will last for years.
Pavers Add Value to Outdoor Living Space
Nothing spices up an outdoor living space more than an artfully crafted patio landscape. Our pavers add extra aesthetic flair through multiple patterns, colors, you name it.
Plus, if you’re thinking about putting your house on the market, pavers add some serious value to your overall landscaping, as they last a long time and perform well in the Colorado’s seasonal extremes.
Withstand Colorado Weather
You know as well as we do that Colorado weather can get a bit moody from time to time, or rather – wind, rain, hail, blizzards, tornadoes and sunshine all in one afternoon. Certain materials simply aren’t up to the task and will show signs of age much faster.
However, the materials we use for pavers in Colorado are sturdy enough to withstand the unpredictable elements, so you can enjoy them for many years down the road. Between natural stone, brick, or concrete, we’re bound to find a paver type that works with your design and your climate.
Pavers for your Fort Collins or Greeley home are a great choice for environmentally conscientious homeowners. While pavers sure are durable, they are still softer than concrete, which allows for some permeability during precipitation.
Rain and snow water can easily be returned to your grass, which saves on water consumption. Pavers in Colorado also reduce the amount of landscaping that needs to be watered, thus helping you save even more.
A win-win in our books.
Add Dimension to Your Landscape
Have an uneven landscape?
We’ve got you covered! Stone paver stairs, walls, ramps and walkways give your outdoor living space a whole new dimension. Plus, these designs really spice up a space. Functionality doesn’t negate style – and pavers are a great example.
Remember, pavers come in all shapes and sizes, which means they work well with any type of landscaping.
Stone Pavers in Colorado Are Not Likely to Crack
You might be used to the outdated belief that as the ground shifts, your patio cracks.
We’re here to shake up that antiquated mindset because pavers are way less likely to crack than your run-of-the-mill concrete patio. Pavers are built on sand that allows it to move with shifting soil instead of breaking under the pressure of freezing and thawing cycles.
Ready to Install Pavers in Your Colorado Home or Business?
We’re happy to help! Our team of professional landscapers can handle a paver project from design to installation and more.