When choosing an installer for your pavers, take note of past installations. How tight are the cuts, how straight are the lines, are there

pieces that are too small used, and are there any tripping hazards after the install are a few that should be noted. All paver jobs pictures

look good taken from 30 feet away. Have you ever seen pictures of a paver job close up? On a thin paver overlay over concrete, steps

must be taken to have a smooth transition from the pavers that are now sitting approximately 1.5 higher than the old concrete/asphalt

that is around the paver install. You may pay hundreds and in most cases thousands for a paver surface install. Most companies are all

charging approximately the same price per square foot on pavers. See below what differentiates the sub par and average installs to what

you should actually get.

Thin paver installs need to be flush with existing concrete sidewalks, garages and roads.

There should be no sign of any mortar or concrete to hide an imperfect install.

No cut surfaces should be shown to expose any of the aggregate inside the paver.

IMPORTANT: What to look for when deciding who will install your next paver project.

All of the edges of the pavers should be tight together to lock the pavers in together.

Above is what you do not want, which is sloppy, quick and unprofessional. Below is what to look for.