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Interlocking Concrete Pavers

If you’re dreaming of a new outdoor space that’s attractive, long-lasting, and easy to maintain, add interlocking concrete pavers to the top of your to-do list. Interlocking paver stones come in a huge range of design colors, patterns, and shapes to help you create an outdoor space that’s everything you want it to be, from vintage to classic to ultra-modern. Regardless of the age and style of your home, there’s a concrete paver out there to complement it nicely

Belgard Catalina Grana Paver Backyard

What Are Interlocking Concrete Pavers?

Interlocking pavers are ones that have been manufactured to fit tightly together. Because of this, they’re more durable than other types of pavers, and may be suitable for placement in driveways or even commercial areas, where foot traffic or parking frequently occurs.

When you complete a project with interlocking pavers, you create a unified look. This is part of what makes them ideal for large projects. When you stand back and view an outdoor area that has been designed using interlocking concrete paving stones, you notice the overall appearance of the space, instead of each individual paver.

Modern renditions of cobblestone streets, paved plazas, and many courtyards are prime examples of the use of interlocking pavers. But they’re also beautiful and durable choices for residential design.

Belgard Dublin Cobble Paver Patio with Steps

Why Choose Concrete Pavers Over Other Options?

Versatility: Concrete paver stones can be designed using many different layouts, shapes, and sizes to create a custom outdoor space that's unique to you.
Durability: Concrete pavers are long-lasting and stand up well to extremes of weather.
Easy to Maintain: If one paver becomes damaged, replacement is easy and affordable.
High-End Appearance: Interlocking concrete paver stones create a cohesive, finished hardscape that looks high-end.
Cost-Effective: An interlocking paver system may cost more to install. However, it will last longer than other paving alternatives, including poured concrete or asphalt.
Belgard Catalina Grana Circular Paver Driveway

What Does It Mean
to Be ICPI Certified?

ICPI is an acronym for the Interlocking Concrete Pavement Institute, and paver contractors who are ICPI certified have earned approval for their abilities to install this type of segmented concrete. It’s not easy to become ICPI-certified. To earn this professional distinction, installers must attend an ICPI-approved course, pass an exam, and complete a minimum of five projects and 10,000 square feet of installation within five years of completing the course. They can then apply to become ICPI-certified.

Installers who hold this prestigious certification have proven their skills and mastery in the manipulation of interlocking concrete pavers. When you’re searching for a professional to help you create your own outdoor space using segmented concrete, make sure you choose a technician who has earned their ICPI certification.

Applications for Concrete Pavers

There are as many applications for concrete pavers as there are homeowners to dream about them. Concrete pavers are ideal for residential projects such as:

Belgard Old World Pavers Driveway
Angelus Bishop Hat Patio
Angelus rustic wall fireplace tuscan courtyard stone ashlar
Avalone Slate paver pool deck
Belgard Dublin Cobble Paver Patio with Steps
Angelus stonewall ii slate stone Tuscan
Fire pits
Pool Decks

Pavers We Love

Traditional Style Pavers
Belgard Old World

Manufactured to recreate the appearance of those time-worn cobblestone streets of Europe, Belgard Old World pavers feature a cleft top that closely mimics natural stone. It’s available in a solid collection of colors to help you recreate that vintage appearance you envision.

Old World Victorian
Angelus Antique Cobble I & II

A popular paving stone with endless applications, Angelus Antique 1 and Angelus Antique II have a delightful “bread-loaf”-looking top and old-world charm.

Angelus antique cobble i and ii paver driveway
Angelus antique cobble i ii gray charcoal concrete paver
Charcoal Tumbled
Angelus antique cobble i ii paver circle i pattern
Cream Brown Charcoal
Angelus antique cobble i ii paver pool deck
Cream Terracotta Brown
Cream Tumbled
Gray Moss Charcoal
Mocha Tumbled
Red Brown Charcoal
Sand Stone Mocha
Stone Tumbled
Natural Style Pavers
Angelus Pavillion

With a luxurious texture, no one would guess the Angelus Pavilion I & II paving stones aren’t real flagstone. Combine that with the much-more durable concrete pavers and you have a winning combination.

Sand Copper Stone
Adobe Copper Mocha
Dark Gray Copper Charcoal
Dark Gray Pewter Charcoal
Belgard Urbana

With chiseled-texture and defined random contours, Belgard Urbana® is bold choice that gives outdoor spaces the appearance of timeworn stone but with the durability of a concrete pavers.

It comes in a 3-piece modular package with an optional Xlarge stone to take complex patterns

Rustic Style Pavers
Angelus Estate Cobble

A larger-than-life tumbled paving stone option from Angelus’ Natural collection introduces bold, rustic character to outdoor spaces with non-chamfered sides and a textured top.

Sand Stone Mocha
Cream Brown Charcoal
Cream Terracotta Brown
Gray Moss Charcoal
Belgard Dublin Cobble

Gently timeworn with antique edging Belgard Dublin Cobble concrete pavers combine an elegance frozen in time with a functional look reminiscent of Mediterranean villas.

Contemporary Style Pavers
Angelus Courtyard

Courtyard uses a four-stone combination to create a beautiful variety of layouts for both residential and commercial applications. Durable enough for driveways and parking areas.

Adobe Copper Mocha
Mocha (shown in Antique Cobble)
Charcoal (Shown in Antique Cobble)
Cream Brown Charcoal
Cream Terracotta Brown
Dark Grey Copper Charcoal
Dark Gray Pewter Charcoal
Gray Charcoal
Gray Moss Charcoal
Stone Sand Copper
Sand Stone Mocha
Catalina Grana

The unwavering lines and flat texture of Belgard Catalina Grana® generate an alluring modern look, perfect for garden pathways and patios alike. The spackle of natural color tones, and visual texture nurture creativity and energy.

Santa Monica

Concrete Pavers vs Concrete

Concrete Pavers
1. Cost-Effectiveness
Concrete Pavers
Angelus gray sf rima holland water feature

Compared to poured concrete paving, paver installation does have higher upfront costs, but it lasts 3-5X longer than poured concrete

Concrete Driveway

Cheaper upfront costs, but should be replaced every 10 years if you care about aesthetics

2. Maintenance
Concrete Pavers

If one of your interlocking pavers were to crack, you only need to replace that one paver to restore the space to “like new”


Can be repaired, but it looks repaired

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Angelus Antique Cobble I&II
Why choose paver stones over other options?

The benefits of paver stones over other types of paving options are impressive. They’re relatively easy and quick to install. They add resale value to your home, and they provide safe, convenient access to your outdoor spaces without fear of guests slipping on wet pavement or becoming mired in mud.

What paver stones are best for outdoors?

Natural stone, brick, and concrete are the top three choices for today’s outdoor pavers. Of the three, concrete paver stones are usually the best choice.

What is an interlocking pavers?

Interlocking paver stones are engineered to fit tightly together in your landscape. The pavers are not held in place by traditional mortar. Rather, a filler material, usually sand, is swept between the joints to add friction and pressure. As a result, interlocking pavers are actually held in place by each other, and their design helps distribute weight evenly across a larger surface.

Why should I choose concrete paver installation for my project?

Unlike large sections of concrete slab, concrete paving stones have small surface areas that make them more resistant to cracking. They’re much easier to install and to replace than slabs, yet they feature the strength, durability, and beauty of concrete. Paver stones are typically an economical choice for residential paving projects, as well. And they come in a diverse range of colors, shapes, sizes, and textures.

How much weight can interlocking pavers handle?

When installed by professional paver contractor, interlocking pavers can withstand up to 8,000 pounds per square inch of pressure. In comparison, concrete slab is capable of handling 3,000 PSI of pressure. This is one reason why interlocking pavers are popular choices for many commercial projects, including crosswalks, pool decks, and parking plazas.

Is interlocking pavers installation less expensive than poured concrete installation?

Interlocking pavers installation is not less expensive than pouring concrete. Installing concrete paving stones require extensive design and project planning, expert preparation of gravel or sand base layer, and the hand laying and leveling of individual paver stones. This can take days or weeks as opposed to preparing and pouring concrete, which happens in one to two days. 

Are interlocking pavers worth the money?

Interlocking pavers look expensive, but they’re really quite affordable. And they can last upwards of 50 years with routine maintenance. And if a section of pavement becomes stained or damaged, it’s easy enough to remove and replace it. For these reasons, most consider concrete paver stone installation to be well worth the initial investment.

Do concrete paver stones last longer than poured concrete?

In most instances, interlocking pavers last longer than large areas of poured concrete. They’re less prone to temperature changes and the shifting, cracking, and breaking that often happens as a result. Paver stones are also better at preventing pooling of water that can wear down a textured surface over time.

Do interlocking concrete paver stones increase home value?

Interlocking pavers installed by professional pavers contractor do increase property values, though some projects pack more punch than others. For example, a paver stone patio is usually more valuable to a prospective buyer than a paver planter wall, and a nicely paved front walkway adds more curb appeal than a backyard fire pit.

Are thicker paver stones better?

Thicker paver stones are not necessarily better. It’s important to match the paver to the project. For instance, if you’re overlaying concrete slab with concrete pavers, thin pavers are required. Your paver contractor can help you decide which pavers are best for your intended application.

Do concrete paving stones get as hot as concrete?

Concrete paver stones typically hold less heat than concrete slab because of the spaces between the joints. 

Does sealing paver stones make them darker?

While you can apply certain types of sealer to restore color to faded pavers, many sealers are clear. Though they go on dark, they dry much lighter. 

Do weeds grow between concrete paver stones?

You may see an occasional weed pop up between interlocking pavers. However, weeds are the exception and not the rule. Because sand or filler is packed so tightly between the joints of interlocking pavers and the pavers have been placed on a prepared base (usually crushed stone), weeds are unlikely.