Residential and Commercial

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Pool Decks

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Retaining Walls

Quality Brick Pavers, Inc. specializes in custom design and expert installation of:

  • Interlocking pavers
  • Permeable pavers
  • Reclaimed brick
  • Exterior tumbled marble
  • Travertine
  • Pre-cast stone
  • Thin pavers
  • Segmental retaining walls
  • Residential, Commercial and Industrial applications

We utilize only the highest caliber technicians and installers. Our extremely trained installation crews are more than laborers; they are true artisans.

Whether it is new construction or a renovation project let us turn your hardscape vision into reality.

We’ll handle the entire project from start to finish, all at a very competitive price.

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Certified SRW Installer National Concrete and Masonry Association, ICIP, We accept Visa, MasterCard and Discover cards.
Interlocking Paver Installation


Tightly fitted, uniform units are placed over a sand bed and a compacted aggregate base. Immediately ready for use. Unlike poured concrete which requires 5 to 7 days for hardening before use.


Pavers offer the widest range of surface finishes, colors, shapes, and sizes. Laying patterns can compliment the architectural style of any home because of the wide variety of styles available.


Stained or broken pavers can be easily replaced without patches. Dark colored pavers can help hide stains.

Permeable Paver Installation

What is Permeable Interlocking Concrete Pavement?
PICP comprises a layer of solid concrete pavers separated by joints filled with small stones. Water enters the joints between the pavers and through an “open-graded” base-crushed stone layers with no small or fine particles. The void spaces among the crushed stone store water and infiltrate it back into the soil subgrade. The stones in the joints provide permeability, and the base filters stormwater to help reduce pollutants.

Why Use PICP?
PICP reduces runoff and pollutants, recharges groundwater, and helps reduce downstream erosion and flooding. Cost-effective reduced site impact: Besides lowering drainage costs, PICP is a space saver. Pedestrian and vehicular pavements are combined with detention areas.

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