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Our patio block line is available in many colors, shapes & sizes. As well as over 100 different pictures. Pictures can be painted or highlighted for an additional charge. All patio blocks are 1 5/8" thick unless mentioned at the product. Pricing starts at $5.00 + up each.

“Patio pavers” is a generic term given to describe any regular type of paver that is specifically used for the construction of an outdoor patio deck.

Three main materials for Patio Pavers

Generally speaking, there are 3 main types of raw materials that are used for manufacturing regular patio paver products and they all can be used as patio pavers:

  • Concrete patio pavers – made from concrete - can be used as patio pavers
  • Brick patio pavers – made from clay - can be used as patio pavers
  • Stone patio pavers – made from natural stone - such as granite, sandstone, etc, can be used as patio pavers

Each of the above patio paver groups has a multitude of paver products that are manufactured in an endless selection of colors, shapes, patterns and sizes that would be suited for patio paving applications. Therefore, just about any type of pavers can be used for building a patio. In essence, any regular paver product can be used to make a patio and as such is described as being a ‘patio paver’.


When it comes to installing your chosen Patio Pavers, there is a variety of patterns and designs to consider.


This is the most formal of the patterns available and the most popular, it is a zigzag type if design and is ideal for the cover-up of irregular areas.

Running Bond

This is a simple yet versatile pattern type. It is also very popular for use on Patios and small areas. Pavers are laid at an angle to create a curve pattern.


The Basket-Weave pattern is suitable for casual applications. This pattern is often used with another type of design, or it can be used alone. Patio pavers are laid vertically and horizontally in pairs.

Circle Design

This is a popular and sometimes difficult design to install, where pavers are laid in a circle design, creating the curves can be challenging.

Fan Design

This design brings a pattern of gentle arches, and is generally applied to walkways and driveways also.

Random Design

This design involves the use of about four different sizes of patio pavers for the one application, creating a bold effect. It is also used for walkways and driveways.

Mixed Design

This design involves the use of about three to four different shaped patio pavers, often used for borders, the Circle design and the Fan design.


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Bally 19503, Barto 19504, Bechtelsville 19505, Bernville 19506, Bethel 19507, Birdsboro 19508, Blandon 19510, Bowers 19511, Boyertown 19512, Centerport 19516, Dauberville 19533, Douglassville 19518, Earlville 19519, Evansville 19522, Fleetwood 19522, Geigertown 19523, Hamburg 19526, Hereford 18056, Kempton 19529, Kutztown 19530, Laureldale 19605, Leesport 19533, Lenhartsville 19534, Limekiln 19535, Lyon Station 19536, Maxatawny 19538, Mertztown 19539, Mohnton 19540, Mohrsville 19541, Monocacy Station 19542, Monocacy Station 19542, Morgantown 19543, Mount Aetna 19544, Mount Penn 19606, New Berlinville 19545, New Berlinville 19545, Oley 19547, Pine Forge 19548, Reading 19601, Reading 19602, Reading 19603, Reading 19604, Reading 19605, Reading 19606, Reading 19607, Reading 19608, Reading 19609, Reading 19610, Reading 19611,Reading 19612, Reading Station 19606, Reading Station 19606, Rehrersburg 19550, Robesonia 19551, Shartlesville 19554, Shillington 19607, Shoemakersville 19555, Shoemakersvle 19555, Sinking Spg 19608, Sinking Spring 19608, Stony Run 19529, Stouchsburg 19567, Strausstown 19559, Temple 19560, Topton 19562, Virginville 19564, Wernersville 19565, West Lawn 19609, West Reading 19611, Womelsdorf 19567, Wyomissing 19610, Alburtis 18011, Allentown 18101, Allentown 18102, Allentown 18103, Allentown 18104, Allentown 18105, Allentown 18106, Allentown 18109, Allentown 18195, Bethlehem 18025, Breinigsville 18031, Catasauqua 18032, Center Valley 18034, Coopersburg 18036, Coplay 18037, East Texas 18046, Emerald 18080, Emmaus 18049, Emmaus 18098, Emmaus 18099, Fogelsville 18051, Germansville 18053, Hokendauqua 18052, Laurys Sta 18059, Laurys Station 18059, Limeport 18060, Macungie 18062, Neffs 18065, New Tripoli 18066, Old Zionsville 18068, Old Zionsvlle 18068, Orefield 18069, Schnecksville 18078, Slatedale 18079, Slatington 18080, Trexlertown 18087, Wescosville 18106, Whitehall 18052, Zionsville 18092, Pottstown 19464.