An image of stone pavers freshly installed into a backyard landscape.

St. Pete Complete can design and install beautiful patios and walkways for your home or business that will be useful, durable and affordable.  

We offer a wide range of colors and shapes of hardscape products including concrete, brick and natural stone, plus limestone, ledgestone, flagstone and other natural products.

Every Patio and Walkway project by St. Pete Complete includes the removal and disposal of existing sod, plants and ground covers. We then cut the area down to provide for the depth of the specific product and the amount of base material needed. We spread a bedding course over base before laying product to be installed. After laying the chosen product, the edges are set in a concrete edge restraint and sand is swept into the spaces between to lock them into place.

Stronger Than Concrete Slabs

Pavers are compressed concrete units that are used for driveways, patios, walkways and more. They are installed on a bed of compacted road base and a leveling layer of sand. Additional sand is installed between the joints to create an interlocking system of stones. The structure is highly secure and flexible to adjust to changes in terrain and porous, allowing water to seep through. This means that paving stones won’t crack due to weather conditions or movement. 

Paving stones are many times stronger than traditional poured concrete. Because of their strength and durability, pavers are used in many commercial settings. However, they’re also extremely popular for residential driveways, pool decks, patios and entryways.

Easy to Maintain

One of the great things about paving stones is how easy they are to maintain. If grease, oil or paint gets on your pavers, you can easily replace them. It’s as simple as popping out the old one and inserting a new one. This is not possible with a concrete or asphalt surface. Large stains or cracks most likely means the whole area will need to be replaced.

Long Lasting

If Paving Stones are sealed when installed, they can last for decades. If one or more of the pavers get damaged or stained, they can be replaced instead of replacing the entire area.

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