Other Paver Materials
Concrete is a relatively recent arrival to the paving scene. Here are the more traditional alternatives:

Fired-clay pavers cost about the same as concrete ones: $2–$13 per square foot or $6–$15 installed. Color choices are limited, but that color doesn't change from wear. In moist shade, they readily acquire a slick film of moss.

The most costly option at $4–$16 per square foot or $14–$20 installed, but it has a timeless look. Dense stone, like the granite used to make these cobbles, is virtually stainproof and stands up to wear and weather. Porous limestones and sandstones are more vulnerable to staining.

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How to Install Pavers
Paver Styles
Paver Materials
Repair Concrete Pavers
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