Natural Stone Materials
Natural stone pavers are some of the most prized and highly preferred pavers by designers. This is not surprising at all, given the extraordinary colors and richness, and diversity. The ancient Greeks, Egyptians, and Romans all have built natural stone structures imported from the east. Hence, it is the material of choice for anyone who wants a structure that remains intact for a lifetime.
Aside from exceptional coloring, natural stone interlocking pavers are also sought-after for the timeless beauty and one of a kind patterns. Marble, slate, quartz or granite are all natural stone pavers that come in white, gray, yellow, mauve, pink, crimson, black, and other hues. You can also choose from various Fort Myers brick paver finishes to suit your specific aesthetic taste and needs – thermal, polished, honed, and diamond 8 and 10. Meanwhile, there are lots of exciting shapes and patterns to choose from. Choosing natural stone paver stones is for the person that wants to make a statement.
Ultimately, this wonderful array of colors, patterns, and shapes allows for a great deal of customization. This is perfect to make a property stand out for its uniqueness and beauty. And while natural stone can be costly as compared to other paving stone options, the benefits that you can enjoy for decades can well compensate for its price. Consider Accurate Pavers, one of the best companies that install natural stone pavers in Southwest Florida, to install your next interlocking stone paver driveway, pool deck, and patio.
ACCURATE PAVERS ARE PROUD TO PARTNER WITH SOME OF THE INDUSTRIES BEST INTERLOCKING PAVER STONE AND CONCRETE MANUFACTURERS:
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Paver stone restoration:
- On site inspections
- Restoration and replacement of damaged areas
- Fill crack or flatten areas that are uneven
- Replace entire sections with our expert die lot matching abilities
- Expand existing areas to create a larger surface area.
- Work with developers or HOA’s on commercial jobs