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Brick Driveway

The first baked bricks were the ones used in the Roman Empire. That's how old this material is, yet it's still as popular as ever. In fact, many countries in the world, especially in Europe, have brick driveways as their primary choice.

Why not? Besides the unquestionable classic beauty, this material is durable enough to last a lifetime.

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Benefits of Brick Paver Driveway

Brick driveways can really last forever. Many century-old structures, like St. Martin's Church of Germany, Roskilde Cathedral of Denmark, and Shebeli Tower of Iran, were made from this material.

Besides the obvious durability, brick paver driveways also add high-class appeal to the area. Best of all, paved driveways boost the value of a property in the real estate market by at least 20%.

But all these benefits can be enjoyed only when the perfect brick driveway pavers are installed properly. Otherwise, substandard materials or improper installation will result in a dysfunctional driveway that will be more of a liability than an asset.

Cost of Brick Driveways

Bricks are manufactured by baking them under a very high temperature for more than 24 hours. The result is an invincible building material that can be laid down to be an elegant and durable driveway. These benefits will surely overshadow the cost.

Compared to asphalt and concrete pavements, brick paver driveways will cost you more. When building a driveway, you might need not only hundreds but thousands of brick pavers. Each piece costs anywhere from as low as $0.50 to as much as $3. That means spending at least $10 per sq/ft. On the other hand, concrete pavement costs around $3 to $12 per sq/ft, and asphalt driveways may cost the homeowner from $1 to $3 per sq/ft.

The cost of brick driveways is not the most expensive on the market; natural stone pavers, like cobble stones, can cost $5 a piece. That's $60 per sq/ft. While this is costlier, natural stones are also more impressive for their durability and beauty characteristics.

Natural stones, asphalt, and concrete are common materials for driveways. However, bricks are also ideal, especially for those who want a more classic look, without spending as much as when using natural stones.

Brick Driveway Paver Experts

Using bricks for any construction is always a labor-intensive job. This is not something that a DIY homeowner can competently do. It is a masonry job that only trained and experienced professionals can handle. Otherwise, the driveway will, sooner or later, develop molds, cracks, weeds, sag and other problems. Look for a company that can handle proper brick paver installation -- just like us. It doesn't matter whether it's a small residential driveway or a huge one for commercial use. Our team can handle them all.

Dell Landscaping is composed of professionals who are all trained and experienced in installing brick paver driveways. We have already completed countless projects in New Jersey; that's why we are confident that we can do a job as planned.

Best Driveway Materials

Bricks are not created equal. Substandard materials can jeopardize the quality of the work. That's why we source our materials only from the most reliable and trusted suppliers of brick driveway pavers in the country.

With their magnificent bricks and our impressive craftsmanship, you'll get nothing but a perfect brick driveway that's well worth every dollar spent.

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