Peacock Pavers FAQs
Peacock Pavers are highly eco-friendly as they are made from recyclable concrete – plus, they require much less fuel to produce than is required to quarry, cut, and haul natural stone. Peacock Pavers are often used by architects and designers seeking LEED certification for their building projects.
Yes, they can. Our 5/8′-inch and 1″ pavers are suitable for interior applications.
Peacock Pavers are available in classic square and rectangular shapes and hexagon, picket, and chevron shapes – many of which may be combined in a wide range of attractive patterns. Learn more about paver shapes and patterns.
Peacock Pavers are currently available in six attractive standard colors: Rice White, Buff, Dolphin Grey, Oyster, Slate, and Champagne. For projects of 7,000 square feet or more, we can also mix custom colors for a nearly infinite choice of colors and shades. Learn more about paver colors.
Concrete pavers are neither the least nor most expensive option on the market, but they offer the best value for the price. Peacock Pavers are slightly more expensive to install than poured concrete but considerably more affordable than natural stone.
The sealant we recommend for all Peacock Pavers is Enhance Architectural Products (EAP) concrete sealer, which is available in both regular and heavy-duty strengths. In our experience, EAP products do the best job of providing a robust, clear protective layer without affecting the pavers’ overall appearance.
We highly recommend applying a high-quality sealant to protect your Peacock Pavers from discoloration and other signs of wear caused by weathering conditions and general traffic. A sealant will also protect against stains caused by spills. You should seal Peacock Pavers upon installation for best results and re-apply approximately every five years.
Once installed, Peacock Pavers are easy to clean and maintain. For day-to-day cleaning, pavers can be swept of dirt and debris using a push broom, and outdoor pavers can be cleaned using a water hose. We recommend using a mild, non-acidic cleaning solution for periodic deeper cleaning of indoor pavers, such as Enviro Klean All Surface Cleaner or Light Duty Concrete Cleaner. Learn more about how to clean concrete pavers.
In terms of short-term installation costs, poured concrete is the more affordable option; however, concrete pavers are more durable and versatile than poured concrete. They tend to withstand more freeze/thaw cycles without cracks or damage – so concrete pavers tend to be more cost-effective in the long run. Learn more about poured concrete vs. concrete pavers.
Yes, we do. Request your sample kit today.
Most of our clients choose our concrete pavers for the following benefits they offer:
- They are more affordable than brick or natural stone.
- They are easy to install and maintain.
- They come in a wide range of shapes, sizes, and colors, providing more creative options for designers.
- They are versatile and durable.
- They are made from recyclable concrete, making them more eco-friendly than quarried stone (and LEED-certifiable).
Our pavers are individually handcrafted by trained artisans using a secret patented process. The result is that each paver is unique with attractive irregularities that add beauty and texture to any hardscape — the same as natural stone.
Peacock Pavers are high-quality concrete pavers, popular with architects and landscape designers for use in a wide range of outdoor and indoor applications, including patios, pool decks, pathways, driveways, kitchens, mudrooms, and more. Peacock Pavers are designed to replicate the timeless beauty of ancient natural stone but at a fraction of the price of natural stone.