Our StoneCrafted Paver Tiles provide an inch-thick overlay (and coping if needed) to your existing concrete to create a nice, finished look without the risk of damaging your pool, plumbing, lawn or landscape. These projects go up quick, with most completed within 2-3 days.

Many outdoor remodeling jobs require a significant amount of time and money to be done right. The multiple steps involved in planning, executing and maintaining an outdoor feature such as a patio or deck may make such a remodel inaccessible to homeowners with tight budgets. StoneCrafted Paver Tiles offer an attractive, affordable solution to this problem.

  • Non-Skid Surface
  • Designer Coping
  • Diverse Functionality
  • Endless Options
  • Waterproof Membrane
  • Stain Resistant
  • Salt Resistant
  • Chemical Resistant
Great for:
  • Pool Decks
  • Patios
  • Sidewalks
  • Porches
  • Sunrooms
  • And much more!
About StoneCrafted Paver Tiles

StoneCrafted Paver Tiles are a paving material that can be installed on top of an existing concrete base. Sometimes called “thin pavers,” paver tiles are actually made of concrete and come in the same variety of colors, styles, shapes and sizes as other types of pavers. Thicknesses also vary, although all types are much thinner than their brick, stone and thick concrete counterparts. This product is meant to be used to update old designs and create new looks without the extra costs and work hours. Available in loose and interlocking varieties, paver tiles are an affordable choice for outdoor remodeling.

Uses for StoneCrafted Paver Tiles

StoneCrafted Paver Tiles are best used in areas of the yard and garden that get only foot traffic. Though some may be able to stand up to the weight of a small car, it’s best to avoid installing this product on driveways. The most common applications are pool decks, patios, walkways, porches and garden paths.

Updating existing patios and decks with paver tiles allows homeowners to create a variety of fresh designs. Colors, shapes and sizes can be mixed and matched in contemporary or traditional styles. Tight-fitting paver tiles make for smooth surfaces while openwork designs result in a more subtle, whimsical look. They may also be placed in alternating patterns that resemble tiles for an eye-catching finishing touch to any paved outdoor area.

The many different colors and designs available means that homeowners can choose a look that matches existing patio and deck areas or opt for contrasting colors for a bold appearance. Traditional neutral colors allow the blooms of flowering plants to stand out. Darker shades provide earthy tones that match the natural look of the yard.

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