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Paver-shield™ paving stones use a special technology that results in a tight, smooth surface texture and fade-resistant color. Paver-shield™ paving stones won’t expose heavy aggregate as they wear, making them the perfect choice for patios, walkways, pool decks and more. When you need high-quality, colorful and fade-resistant paving stones for your project, shop the paver-shield™ collection at Nicolock Paving Stones.

Color from Top to Bottom

The unique manufacturing process used to make paver-shield™ paving stones results in color from top to bottom and throughout the paver, ensuring a lifetime of beauty and reliable fade resistance. Unlike other paving stones, which can fade over time, paver-shield paving stones are made using a state-of-the-art manufacturing process where precisely measured materials are used to produce a consistent, durable base mix that allows iron oxide to bond with cement molecules to produce vibrant colors. The iron oxide particles are guaranteed not to fade and will deliver long-lasting color from top to bottom, ensuring your concrete pavers maintain their color and good looks.

Versatile

Paver-shield™ patio stones are versatile and can be used for almost any hardscape project. The paving stones come in different sizes and styles, including popular looks like Alpine Contemporary and Colonial Cobble. We even offer Hex Paver patio pavers that are strong enough for commercial applications. Because the paving stones are fade-resistant, they work well for areas exposed to the sun for extended periods.

Shop for paver-shield™ paving stones online at Nicolock Paving Stones or stop into one of our design centers to see the impressive collection of landscaping pavers in person. No matter what style, color or aesthetic you prefer, you’ll find it in the paver-shield™ collection at Nicolock Paving Stones.

Frequently Asked Questions

What are the benefits of using paving stones for my driveway?

Using paving stones for your driveway improves your home’s curb appeal and allows you to customize your driveway design. Paving stones come in a wide variety of materials, colors, shapes and sizes, so you can create any look you like. Paving stones are also incredibly durable, handling the weight of your vehicles with ease.

Can I put pavers over grass?

Yes, you can lay paving stones over grass, but it is not recommended. For the best results, it is recommended that grass is removed and the area is leveled with stone and sand before pavers are installed. Laying paving stones over grass can encourage mold growth and cause water to pool under the pavers, weakening them over time or cause them to shift.

How much does it cost to install paving stones in my yard?

The cost of installing paving stones varies from one project to another. The best way to get an accurate price is to get an estimate done, which will take into account the type of paving stones you want to install, any site prep work that needs to be done, the difficulty of the job and other considerations.

Are paving stones difficult to maintain?

Maintaining the color and appearance of paving stones involves annual cleaning using Simple Green and a non-metallic stiff bristled brush. The level of maintenance required varies based on factors like climate and usage, but regular upkeep is essential to preserve their longevity and aesthetic appeal.

Can I use paving stones around a swimming pool or hot tub area?

Yes, paving stones can be used around swimming pools, hot tub areas and other outdoor living spaces such as patios and walkways.

How to lay pavers?

Laying pavers involves preparing the site, adding and leveling a base layer, placing the stones and filling in any gaps with sand. Site preparation includes removing grass or excess soil before adding a few inches of a paver base and leveling it. Once the site is prepped and leveled, paving stones can be added along with any decorative elements such as edging. When you’re satisfied with the design, a thin layer of sand is swept over the surface to fill in any gaps between the paving stones.