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Brick. Flagstone. Concrete. Even rubber!

You’ve got choices when it comes to pavers. And that means anything but boring. Mix and match a couple or more to create your own backyard masterpiece.

Here’s some info on each type, plus some tips on installing them. Happy paving!


Brick’s got character. No denying it. You can explore your creative chops by setting them in intricate patterns. Thinner than typical “builder bricks” used on home siding, they’re made to hold up under heavy foot traffic.

Brick pavers come in a variety of shapes, sizes, colors, and finishes, and can look old or new. Because they’re smaller than other pavers, they take a while to put in place, and installation costs can be higher.

You can do the job yourself for $3 to $5 per square foot. You’ll need to rent a brick saw — a heavy table-mounted saw that makes cutting masonry a snap. Cost: $60 to $95 per day. Don’t forget: You’ll need to figure out a way to get the brick saw to your house.

For a pro-installed brick patio, you’ll pay $12 to $18 per square foot, professionally installed.


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