Now we do a lot of flagstone projects, and we do a lot of paver stone projects, but what I really like about this product is that it combines the beauty and texture of real natural stone with the ease and workability of manmade pavers.
The pavers are all cut to exact specifications, meaning the dimensions and thickness is consistent, allowing for consistent grades, tightly spaced joints with no large gaps, and easy installation. And the 2 ¼” thickness is thicker than most bluestone or graystone flagstone products out there, and comparable to manmade paver thickness. That
means durability and little need for worry about cracking or damaged stones.
And somewhat surprisingly, the material cost for this product is quite comparable to most of the manmade paver stone products out there. Diaz Stone and Pallet has their own quarry operation, precision saw shop, and trucking network allowing them to control quality and keep costs down.
An added bonus – Diaz Stone and Pallet is a Pennsylvania-based business, meaning we’re keeping our business in state, and cutting down on long-range shipping. That’s good for both the local economy and the environment.
This is one of those products that I’m really looking forward to having a chance to work with. Whether you’re considering a traditional graystone flagstone project, or a manmade paver project, I think you’ll be interested in at least checking out these natural stone pavers.
For more information about the product, check out the supplier website at www.diazstoneandpallet.com, or give me a call personally if you’d like to set up an appointment to get some design ideas and associated cost estimates for your hardscaping project.