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    Re: Stamped Concrete vs Patio Blocks

    A patio of pavers has cracks in it as soon as you're done building it. Pour some concrete.



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    Re: Stamped Concrete vs Patio Blocks

    I'd do stamped concrete. Pavers will shift and move. Or just do concrete and stain it/seal it.


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    Re: Stamped Concrete vs Patio Blocks

    Quote Originally Posted by NickTheGreat View Post
    I always wonder how snow removal would be with pavers? Obviously more of a "driveway" issue
    My parents house in Ames had their driveway redone with pavers. About 120 feet long. It's been 15 years or so and it still looks fine. The only issue is killing the few weeds that have worked their way in between. No shifting or heaving.



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