Most of us do not think of the driveway as anything more than a functional asset that keeps the grass from being killed and gives us a level space to park our cars.  However, what if we told you that your driveway can be made into a work of art that significantly enhances curb appeal and raises the value of your home?  What if we told you that we could make this happen at a cost as low or lower than many traditional driveway treatments?

Before you say this is too good to be true, take a moment and look over Ocean Pavers and our lovely interlocking stone pavers system.  The wide selections of colors and patterns means you can choose almost any look for your driveway and match it to your existing décor.

Traditional Driveways vs. Ocean Pavers

Traditional driveways are made from a variety of materials, but the most popular for permanent driveways are concrete and asphalt.  Both of these materials have their benefits but they both share a common problem:  they are extremely utilitarian and boring!  Besides the obvious aesthetic problems, concrete and asphalt also have a tendency to crack, making yearly maintenance a priority.

Ocean Pavers, on the other hand, offers a wide selection of colors and patterns that allow you to create almost any type of driveway you want.  The professionals at Ocean Pavers can work with you to design a custom driveway pattern that will complement your existing decorative theme and architecture as well as transform your yard and landscape into a beautiful, flowing visual treasure.  We offer more than 50 colors that can be blended to make almost any shade you like!  We also have more than 50 standard patterns and can design modifications to suit your individual needs.

Why Pavers?

Pavers are certainly beautiful, but are they worth the investment?  Pavers offer a perfect way to enhance the look of your home but they also offer other benefits as well.

  • No cracking.  Pavers are put together in an interlocking system that spreads stress out over a large area.  Because these pavers are free to move slightly, they can absorb a great deal of pressure without cracking or breaking, unlike traditional asphalt and concrete.  Even if one paver does crack or is broken by an accident, it can easily be replaced without having to remove the entire driveway.
  • Very strong.  Pavers can hold up to five times the weight of a traditional concrete or asphalt driveway without breaking due to their incredible flexibility and strength.
  • Work with other landscaping elements.  Because Ocean Pavers can incorporate not only interlocking pavers but other aspects such as walls, stone veneers and other items into your landscape, your pavers become a part of a larger overall landscaping theme.
  • Easy to install.  Pavers can be installed relatively quickly and do not require the curing or drying time of concrete.  Ocean Pavers experts can work with you to create the perfect driveway and have you using it faster than you thought possible!

Check out the galley of pictures we have on this site.  In addition, when you call Ocean Pavers for an appointment, we will also bring you sample pavers that you can review and look over after we draft you an onsite estimate.  We want you to be completely satisfied with our work, so we take the time to show you exactly how your new driveway will look.  We hope you are as excited as we are to get started on your beautiful driveway project!

Where Does Ocean Pavers Install Driveways?

Owned by a southern California native, Ocean Pavers is proud to serve customers throughout this area including those in Orange County, Palace Verdes, La Cienega, Los Angeles, West LA, Whittier, Altadena, Monrovia, Anaheim Hills, Yorba Linda, Villa Park, Long Beach, Huntington Beach, San Juan Capistrano, Brea, Fullerton, Riverside and the Inland Empire.  If you are not sure if Ocean Pavers can work in your area, give us a call.  We are happy to talk with anyone about the possibility of a new driveway the improve the look and feel of home!

 

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