We Install Patios
of Different Materials
and For Different Uses
Perfect Patios Bring The Indoors To The Outdoors
Extending our indoor living space to the outdoors has become the new hot trend. More pools are being built today than in the past. Outdoor kitchens, nooks with fireplaces and fire pits, and garden seating areas continue to grow in popularity. Families and friends are gathering more and more in their backyards.
For many years at Omnia Outdoors, we have specialized in creating outdoor living spaces that provide beautiful ambiance and complete functionality to incorporate individual lifestyles. Because all backyards are different in scope, it is vital that the design team, installers and customer service have years of experience and expertise in the patio industry.
There is a wide assortment of patio materials. Each has its own look, style, maintenance and durability. Below we list a few, but not limited to.
Stone Pavers, which are also called paving stones, can be used for patios, walkways, and pool decks. They can be found in a variety of shapes and sizes; however, they are usually square or rectangular. The color and texture can also vary, which makes them aesthetically pleasing and adds to their beauty. Because of the wide variations, the design options with different patterns are numerous. These stones are also the most durable as compared to other types of patio foundations. The most common types of stone pavers are bluestone, cobblestone, and travertine.
There are two types of bricks used for pool decks, patios, pathways, and courtyards. Brick pavers are manufactured and made of clay. They have been used for thousands of years and provide for an elegant look. The colors are limited to browns and reds, the shape is rectangular, but they can be layed down with a different pattern to create a bit of variety.
Concrete pavers are cast bricks made of cement and aggregate. They offer more flexibility because they can come in a wider variety of shapes and sizes.
Both are attractive and durable; however, brick is more expensive than stone pavers and has fewer overall design options.
There are two choices, the traditional concrete vs. stamped concrete. Traditional concrete is plain and straightforward, whereas stamped concrete adds an imprint and or texture to the concrete foundation. Stamped concrete is realistic looking, enhances the look, is durable, and will make a dramatic impression.
When it comes to patios and building the perfect patio the options become endless.
At Omnia Outdoors, our ultimate goal is to provide our customers with the best in functionality and appearance. Our unwavering commitment and dedication ensure our clients that they are in good hands.
To get in touch and learn more about all of your patio options, give us a call at 512-240-4645 or fill out our secure contact form and one of our patio specialists will be happy to get back to you. We are looking forward to hearing from you.