Pavers & Walls

Pillar Aggregates LLC will provide you and your business with the best aggregate paving and wall hardscape services, so your home base can look its best, no matter what. Whether you’re looking to redo and enhance your home’s curb appeal or want to create your true custom kitchen or patio with the exact materials and look you want when you use Pillar’s Paver and wall services. 


What is an Aggregate Paver? 

If you’re just shopping around at the moment for all things home landscaping you may have run into a flyer or advertisement or two for aggregate paving services. Before you hire an aggregate paver, make sure you know just what they do and what to look for in a contractor so you’re receiving the best possible experience. 

An easy way to jumpstart the quality of your re-landscaping job is by overhauling and enhancing your sidewalks, front walks, and plant borders. To do this, you need the right aggregate materials working for you. 

So what are aggregate pavers, and what difference can they make for your landscaping job? 

Aggregate pavers are precast and pre-made concrete pavers that are usually cut from stone, or cast in molds. 

These pavers are decorative and most commonly made from cement, miscellaneous aggregate materials, and water. Most aggregate pavers include sand and small pebbles in their makeup and sometimes will also include recycled materials.  


How to Make Aggregate Pavers

Professionals go about creating aggregate pavers in one of two ways. The first method of creating an aggregate paver is to cast the paver prior to cement fully setting and washing away the top layer to leave the aggregates exposed for decorative reasons. These pavers are known to be low maintenance and even protect exposed aggregates from the elements. 

The other technique is to pour concrete pavers just as usual, and press aggregate materials into the surface of the concert to give it that exposed look. 

Because aggregate pavers are very much about the look, these pavers come in a variety of unique sizes, colors, and finishes. 

When using aggregate pavers, you’ll need to ensure you’re using only the most high-quality materials, and that you’re getting them from the right provider. Using lower quality concrete, pebbles, and sand alike can make your pavers break down over time, and not hold up against the elements or everyday wear and tear. Luckily for you, you have Pillar Aggregates on your side!


What Kinds of Aggregate Pavers are There? 

As we said previously, aggregate pavers come in many shapes, sizes, and prices. Though aggregate pavers are generally made out of similar materials from type to type, there are some variations in materials used for decorative purposes. 

From different types of stone, to pebbles, sand, and different variations of color and finishes of each, you’ll be sure to find something that’s right for you. There are tons of options available to you, whether you prefer super colorful rocks or a more muted choice. Plus, you can choose from more matte or shinier finish types. 


Benefits of Aggregate Pavers

Not only do aggregate pavers look great, but they can greatly benefit you and your family from an economic standpoint, and can help the environment while you’re at it. Pavers solve the problems many experience when using solid-pour approaches to patios, driveways, and more. These solid-pour areas can easily crack from the pressure of the weight put on them, or from extreme temperatures or weather. 

Because these solid-pour areas can easily crack, you would either have to shell out for costly repairs, or have to live with a compromised driveway or patio – which nobody wants! Instead, by using aggregate pavers, in the event of damage or cracking you’ll be able to just replace a couple of areas instead of the entire structure. 

Additionally, large areas of solid-pour concrete or asphalt can also create water runoff, which is an environmental issue. Instead, using aggregate pavers allows you to help the environment by letting water naturally seep into the ground and get rid of runoff entirely. 


How to Use Aggregate Pavers & Walls in Your Next Project

Because of their aesthetic appeal and low maintenance and low-cost status, aggregate pavers are very popular to use in building facades, flooring, or as wall coverings. Some landscapers will even use aggregate pavers to enhance their or their clients’ garden walls. 


Pillar is the Right Aggregate Material Provider for You

Once you’ve decided that aggregate pavers and walls offer the exact look you’re hoping for, it’s time to research aggregate providers and discuss pricing. 

At Pillar Aggregates, our expert team of customer service professionals will work alongside you every step of the way to provide you with the right paving sizing for your project, and will even take you through and guide you through the complete steps to choosing the right style and finish of your aggregate paving and walls so that you can find exactly what you’re looking for. There’s no need to agonize about finding the right designer or go through a middleman to get the best look for your project – work directly with Pillar Aggregates LLC to get the best materials, best look, and best prices!


The Best Aggregate Paving Services

In addition to making sure you have the best look and price for your project, know that Pillar doesn’t just stop at providing aggregate paving and walls for just walkways and backsplashes. We also provide our clients with top-of-the-line aggregate materials for hardscapes like fireplaces, outdoor kitchens, driveways, and more. 

Shop today to receive the highest quality materials and take advantage of Pillar’s expert customer service, quarry-direct speedy delivery, and the best prices possible for your aggregate materials. 

For all of your aggregate paving and wall services, Pillar is here for you! 

Contact us today at 303-536-7423 to learn more about our services, pricing, and receive the kind of service that’s kept our clients coming back for over 20 years. Know what you want already? Receive a free quote to kickstart your project with the right aggregate paving. 

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