If you’re thinking about making some improvements to your home, then landscaping may not be the first thing that comes to mind. Yet with the right design, you can almost create a brand-new yard! Once you’ve decided exactly what you want to do, it’s then time to choose which materials you want to work with. Planting different shrubbery and flowers may seem like the only things you need to worry about, but depending on your design, you may also need to pick out some pavers for your yard. If that’s the case, you may be wondering whether interlocking concrete pavers or natural stone is the better option.
What are interlocking concrete pavers?
These pavers essentially perform the same role as bricks or poured concrete – they can be used for driveways, patios or any outdoor area where you want a solid surface under foot. With a number of colours and shapes to choose from, each individual piece interlocks with the next, allowing you to create a number of geometric designs.
What is natural stone?
Natural stone, thanks to its strength, durability and beauty, is a great option for a number of interior and exterior applications. From paving to wall cladding, and pool coping to landscaping, there are so many stones to choose from, each with their own individual benefits.
In the end, it does come down to your own personal tastes when choosing between interlocking concrete pavers and natural stone. Whilst concrete may be cheaper, we believe stone will always triumph with its natural beauty and longevity.