Calculating a paver patio cost will help you realize if it is worth spending time and energy on your patio or if it is a project for the next couple of years. So here is a small breakdown for you.
A typical patio in pavers will cost between 2000 and 7000 dollars, depending on the size of the patio. The national average paver patio cost in the US is about 3500 dollars.
Pavers give a patio a unique look and make it more comfortable and inviting. They allow you to feel relaxed and proud of your outdoor space if you are entertaining or just chilling with your family. They show that you pay attention to the design of your home both inside and outside.
Patio pavers come in a variety of colors and shapes. Some are made of concrete while others are made of natural stone. The techniques that contractors use to pave the patio are also different and ingenious.
Concrete pavers can be laid in a herringbone pattern or a normal horizontal stacking. The same can said for slate, which is a material that can be cut in both an organic shape or a rectangular one. This material is flexible when it comes to design and can be used to add texture to your patio floors. It is dark and intriguing which makes it perfect for minimal modern houses.
Brick pavers are similar to concrete ones, apart from the warm terracotta color that can come in different shades and offer a mediterranean look for your patio.
Last but not least, stone pavers are organic and natural and can really bring the rough side of the mountains to your front or back door.
Depending on what type of material you choose and the size of the patio, you can expect your pavers to cost between 2000 and 7000 dollars for a 250 square foot patio. If the design becomes more intricate, your contractor might also charge you a full 10.000 dollars for the pavers and an average price of 50 to 80 dollars for labor or 4 to 11 dollars per square foot.
For a more precise cost, contact us at RH Renovation NYC. Our team will give you a cost estimate before we start on the job, which will be based on the type of paver you are choosing.