Brick Pavers

Crimson Valley Landscaping is the Greater Rockford area’s leader in brick paver design and installation. Our experienced crews construct beautiful outdoor living and entertaining spaces for a wonderful backyard getaway. While our inviting and unique entrances and walkways give a home fantastic curb appeal. Our professional team is passionate about designing and installing quality landscape projects; all backed by our lifetime warranty on hardscape products and our 3-year installation guarantee. We are an Authorized Unilock Contractor and are knowledgeable in the use of a wide variety of products, including Unilock, Techo-Bloc, High Format, and more. Each brand is available in an array of colors and styles.

Brick pavers are an interlocking concrete product or clay paver. They are versatile pavers and used for many applications including – driveways, walkways, patios, pool decking, and courtyards. We also use brick pavers to create accents in retaining walls, seat walls, columns, and for outdoor garden accents including outdoor kitchens, fireplaces, and fire pits. This creates a nice uniform design tying multiple aspects of your landscape together.

Permeable brick pavers are interlocking and their wider joint construction allows water to penetrate into the ground. Environmentally friendly permeable pavers are a logical solution for stormwater management; eliminating a large portion of stormwater runoff while replenishing our depleting groundwater supply. This “green” paver is a great way to beautify a space with eco-friendly consciousness in mind. Controlling stormwater with permeable pavers will improve water quality and reduce erosion and flooding.

The permeable brick pavers are great for driveway pavers and to pave roads and parking lots, where a large portion of our stormwater runoff occurs. The bricks are stronger and very tolerant of heavy traffic and equipment. Commercial savings are substantial for large parking lots versus traditional brick pavers or asphalt. The initial cost of installation will be greater but the savings on drainage management and maintenance will be well worth the upfront investment.