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That's currently the debate in the pool patio world. Both are durable, relatively affordable, and look great; that's probably why consumers find them the two most popular options on the market today. But which is better? Let's discuss the pros and cons of each so you can decide for yourself.
Cost: Usually priced between $12-$16/square foot depending on the region.
A picture of stamped concrete pool patio.
Cost: Usually between $16 and $24 per square foot.
Here's a picture of a paver pool patio.
So what say you...which do you prefer? Asking me if I prefer stamped concrete or pavers is like asking me if I would rather have a porter house or rib eye steak....the answer is "yes". But seriously, there are situations that call for both. A few things to consider are the compatibility of the material with existing elements of the yard, color compatibility, and weather you plan to add to expand the patio in the future. One things for sure, with the durability and beauty of both of these patio materials it's hard to go wrong.
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