If you’ve decided to upgrade your home’s exterior with a patio, you no doubt have already considered the project from multiple angles. You want something stylish, a patio that your family can spend summer nights relaxing in luxury, and something that will dramatically increase your home’s resale value. You also want something durable, able to hold strong through the sun, sleet, and snow that’s so common here in Minnesota. This combination of factors might have led you to decide that a paver patio is the right choice for you. You might be ready to call up the contractor even now.

Not so fast! Concrete patios, whether they’re made of traditional concrete or stamped concrete, bring all that to the table and more. Indeed, in many senses, they’ll serve your family more stylishly and strongly than a paver patio would. But don’t just take our word for it as residential concrete contractors; take our evidence for it, too. Below, we’ll dive into all the ways that a concrete patio is by far the smarter investment between the two options.

Concrete Patios Aren’t Just the “Economy Option”

Many people think that, in order to have a luxurious outdoor hideaway to relax in, they must invest in a pricey paver patio. These same people might view concrete as the so-called “poor-man’s solution,” perhaps due to its association with urban landscapes and garage floors. This isn’t the case at all, though! Stamped concrete can create just as luxurious an aesthetic as can pavers, as they can be made to mimic anything from wood to Yorkstone to even pavers themselves! Regardless of your budget, everyone deserves a quiet, stylish, accessible spot to relax in, and stamped concrete patios make this possible for more people than ever.

Additional benefits of stamped concrete patios over pavers include the following:

●        Concrete patios are strong against the cold when properly maintained | The same cannot always be said for pavers, which can be made of a variety of materials, which causes them to have varying resistances to frigidity. You live in Minnesota—we need not say which option would suit the climate better!

●        Concrete patios are easy to take care of | For example, because they are one solid slab of material, concrete patios won’t have as many issues with weeds as pavers patios. Because it’s easier to maintain your concrete patio, it’s easier to ensure it will last you for as long as it can.

●        Concrete patios tend to have a lower up-front installation cost | Indeed, concrete patios tend to be less expensive than do pavers, but this is a good thing! It means that you have more money left over to make your patio larger or spend on other home projects.

Contact Creative Concrete Now for Quality Concrete Installation

We’re New Brighton concrete patio contractors, and we’d love to help you experience the benefits of concrete structures over their competition firsthand. Give us a call now at 612-414-7932.