Congratulations on deciding to build a new patio! You’re probably curious about the various types of patio materials and which one would be best for yours. Luckily, we’ve compiled a list of common patio material along with their advantages. Keep reading to learn more.
This has been the historical choice for patio material due to its versatility and adaptability. It’s easy to maintain and can conform to nearly any surface shape. A concrete patio doesn’t have to look boring, this material can be:
…and more to create a beautiful floor design.
Brick is another popular choice for patio material. Bricks are sturdy and last a long time due to their lower porosity. Bricks don’t have to be red, and come a variety of other shades as well. The final result of a brick patio, regardless of the color, is a neat and classic look.
Tile can be used to create a beautiful floor design. They’re also durable, easy to maintain, and stable. There are plenty of options for tile, but it’s best to use unglazed ceramic tile for your patio to avoid a slippery environment. There are three kinds of unglazed tiles that you can consider using for your patio and they are porcelain, terracotta, and quarry. Each type of tile has its advantages and disadvantages.
This is a great material if you’re looking for a completely natural-looking patio. It’s become a popular choice for patio material due to its versatility, low-absorption, durability, and aesthetics. Even though it typically costs more than other patio materials, it’s a great choice for homeowners who want their patios to blend in with nature. There are different kinds of flagstone you can choose from, including:
Ready to Build Your Dream Patio?
If you need help deciding on which material is best for your new patio, North American Deck & Patio will help you decide. We’ve helped thousands of homeowners designed and built beautifully crafted patios, and that’s why we’re one of the best Howard County patio companies out there. With summer quickly approaching, don’t wait to start building your patio. Call or contact us now to make sure that you can enjoy your new patio by the first signs of summer in Maryland.