Paver Driveway Installation and Design in Austin, Texas

Designs | Installations | Repairs

Generally, driveways are constructed with cement or asphalt, but some homeowners prefer something more durable. Paver driveways are a bit more costly to install but have low-cost maintenance in the long run and can last up to 30 years without any need for repairs. Additionally, you can choose from various styles and colors for permeable paver driveways, giving your property a distinctive appearance. We approach each project based on your needs and work with you to build a paver driveway that aligns with your vision but also is functional for your home. Our team of experts has helped many homeowners in Austin and the surrounding areas with paver driveway installations. This includes expanding current driveways, replacing current driveways with interlocking pavers, and more!

Types of Paver Driveway Installations

Widening Current Driveway with Pavers

If you are interested in extending your current driveway, pavers may be a great option for your home. Most homeowners either extend the driveway on just one side or both depending on needs and budget. In addition, using interlocking pavers to extend your current driveway can give your home a distinguished appearance and is very low maintenance. Below are a few ways you can potentially extend your driveway!

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Concrete Driveway with Pavers as Edging

For homeowners simply looking to find a way to boost the curb appeal of the property adding an edging to the existing driveway can be a great option. This can be done with pavers, bricks or in some cases stone. Our experts can help you explore ideas that can make your house stand out. 

Extended driveway with pavers in austin texas

Paver Driveway Extension

This is a great option if you are looking to extend an area of your current driveway for accessibility or simply looking to transform your home. Some general areas pavers are added are either the entrance of the driveway as the image above or in some cases you can extend a side to fit more cars in your property. 

Replacing Existing Driveway with Pavers

 If your current cement driveway is cracked or damaged, you may be considering repairing or building a new one. Building a paver driveway can a great option as it’s more durable than cement and if any repairs are needed with time they are very low-cost compared to cement. Below are a few paver driveways we have built in the Austin, Texas Area.

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Replacement of Current Driveway with Pavers

Most homeowners are content with the area of their current driveways but simply would like to switch over to pavers. The image above perfectly illustrates how pavers have replaced the cement driveway. 

Paver driveway in South Austin Texas

Replacement of current drivway with new paver driveway design

We can also transform your driveway with a completely new design. Our experts can offer some great options for designing a new paver driveway that’s both functional but aesthetically pleasing.

Our common paver driveway installations include:

  • Cobblestone Driveway Pavers
  • Concrete Pavers Driveway
  • Turf Pavers Driveway
  • Brick Paver Driveways

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