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When would I not want to go with pavers?

If you really don’t care at all for the aesthetic appeal of whatever surface you’re treating, don’t go with pavers. Go with concrete.

Meaning, if you want one uniform look — with no variety, no decorative elements at all — then concrete will do just fine. If you just need a plain concrete slab, you’ll pay less per square feet than with pavers. The moment you get into any kind of stamped concrete, though, the costs are at least equal — pavers may even be less.

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Are pavers better than concrete?

Yes. We’re biased, we admit it. In the great pavers vs. concrete debate, you have two guarantees with concrete: It’s going to crack. Nobody will steal it. Here’s the thing: concrete is a great choice for

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Does the paver brand matter?

The difference between most paver manufacturers is color, recipe and shapes. The manufacturing process is standardized across the industry. At Signature we have partnerships with the five major manufacturers for the western United States —

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