Emerson Masonry


Pavers vs. Concrete

Why Opt for Pavers Instead of Concrete?

Are you looking for a durable, beautiful, and aesthetically pleasing driveway, walkway, or patio? Pavers are the clear choice over concrete! Stone pavers offer a range of benefits that concrete simply cannot match. Pavers are stronger and more durable, they add value to your home, and they offer more versatility in design. Plus, they come in a variety of colors and styles, so you can create a unique look for your home. Investing in pavers is an investment in your home that will last for years.


Create a beautiful and seamless outdoor space with our custom pavers solutions that allow you to blend different designs, BBQ islands, fire pits, and water features.

This outdoor design does not harmonize with other elements; the jarring colors and varying styles create an aesthetic that is chaotic and mismatched.


Our manufacturers provide assurance on the quality of their pavers stone products, and we offer a warranty on the craftsmanship of our paver installations.

This concrete is designed to endure for up to 15 years, despite its susceptibility to cracking. No warranty is typically offered for concrete due to its inflexible nature.


This product is designed to withstand up to 8,000 PSI, and its sharp angled joint and sand construction make it incredibly resistant to cracking. Additionally, the weight is evenly distributed for optimal balance.

This product is not designed to withstand more than 4,000 PSI and is prone to cracking. Additionally, it does not evenly distribute weight.


There is an abundance of freedom to customize with this selection of stones, coming in a range of colors, shapes, patterns, and designs.

This product offers limited options for color and style, with no opportunity for customization beyond selecting the shape of the concrete to be poured.


The curb appeal of any home can be greatly improved with a product that will not discolor over time. This investment can help to increase the overall property value of the home.

This plain and dated appearance quickly discolors over time, making it an expensive addition that can hurt overall property value.

If you’re interested in learning more about the benefits pavers can have for your outdoors, get started below.