Having new patio pavers can make it exciting when Spring and Summer arrive. People love to enjoy the warm weather outside on their patio.
The installation of patio pavers in the fall have inspired our customers to use the winter months to plan various ways to use their beautiful patio when spring arrives. You don’t have to worry about a long wait when you begin the project ahead of time. It can take up to three months to complete a patio with the amount of people we have waiting.
Fall Installation is the Way to Go
If you are looking for a big change to your backyard, add pavers in the Fall.
When you do install a patio using brick and stone patio pavers in the fall, the other landscaping around the patio usually benefits. Landscaping such as planting shrubs, trees and perennials, tend to be stronger and more robust for the next growing season when planted in the fall. During the cold months, roots become stronger.
Christmas Comes Early With Your Patio Pavers Installation
A patio doesn’t just have to be used in the Summer.
A completed patio is fun any time of the year, but if you wait until spring, you may not be able to control the timing of when your patio is actually completed. Proscapes LLC has always had more flexibility in autumn. There have also been times we have been able to offer incentives for our customers to help them enjoy their patio even more.
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Borders for driveways
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Entrance to a yard or home
Choose a Good Paver Contractor
Sometimes it’s hard to figure out how to din the best person to install your pavers correctly. It’s hard to picture how your patio will look once it’s finished. Contractor aren’t always as up front as they should be. Here are some tips to follow when deciding who to go with –
You project should come with three year waranty. By having a warranty, it is almost garanteed that your foundation is solid. If the warranty isn’t that long, it is possible that they skimped on that step.
How Base gravel Is Used – not enough gravel will allow settling and shifting of the patio pavers in a relatively short time frame.
Correct Compacting – part of the preparation needed is to have the base compacted thoroughly and uniformly. Without a solid base, settling will occur and cause uneven patio pavers. And, in wet areas, washouts can occur.
Over time, your patio will settle and uneven if there is not correct drainage.
For a solid landscape and beatiful yard, our help is necessary. We serve all of Dane County including Madison WI, Sun Prairie, Waunakee, Middleton, Verona, Fitchburg Oregon, McFarland and Cottage Grove.