Adding concrete pavers to your landscape can be a beautiful update that will not only add value but let you spend less time on maintenance and repairs. This can however be a costly project but one that will be an investment that pays off in the long run.
Pricing a job like this is not an easy thing to do there are many things that have to be considered when taking on this type of work it may include:
Pavers: Not all pavers are considered equal, some may hold up better than others and this needs to be considered before they are purchased. Will they have to stand up to the cold snow and ice or will they be under a cover that will protect them? Will you drive your car on them every day or maybe just walk on them? Keeping in mind the use will help you make the right choice for your project.
Size of the job: Square footage is usually customary for pricing these types of jobs. Each job size is not the same and will reflect in the cost. A larger job costs more than a smaller one of course but with a larger job the square foot cost may be lower.
Contractors: Contractors are not all created equal, just as with the size of your job the contractor may not be able to do the work you need. Checking with several different companies will help you understand what they offer and can help you choose the right one for your job. Get what you pay for the first time so you don’t have to spend more to have the work done correctly.
Prepping the area: Some jobs may need grass removed, it may need to be leveled, old concrete may need to be removed, all these things can add to the cost of you project. Some things you may be able to do yourself to keep the cost low but be sure you understand exactly what needs done before to keep from creating more work in the end.