White Block Pavers

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Pattern Pavers

45 Degree Herring Bone Diagram
45 Degree Herring Bone
90 Degree Herring Bone
90 Degree Herring Bone
Stack Bond Diagram
Stack Bond
Parquet or Basket Weave Diagram
Parquet or Basket Weave
Running Bond Diagram
Running Bond Weave

5.2 pavers per square foot
600 Pattern Pavers on a pallet
115 square feet per pallet

Colors Available are:
Shadow Blend
Brown
Red

Why are pavers better than Asphalt and Poured Concrete?

  1. More Strength, More Life
    Inch for inch, pavers are stronger and more durable than conventional paving materials. Pavers can handle the weight of heavy construction or fully loaded tractor-trailers, and offer an exceptionally long product life.
  2. Less Absorbent
    Pavers have less than 5% absorption which is considerably lower than both asphalt and poured concrete, this provides substantial resistance to oil and salt, common destructive agents to the life and appearance of other paving surfaces.
  3. More Attractive
    Because pavers are available in a variety of shapes and colors, an endless number of beautiful patterns and designs can be created which can't be achieved with asphalt or poured concrete.
  4. Less Maintenance
    Pavers require far less maintenance than other paving materials. Pavers' strength and durability eliminate costly patching and resurfacing, while providing a range of colors that make it possible to create a mosaic of parking space lines and directional signs and eliminate painting.
WBC Pattern Paver - Grey Herringbone
90 Degree Herring Bone Pattern
Pattern Paver - Parquet or Basket Weave
Parquet or Basket Weave
Pattern Paver - Running Bond
Running Bond

 

Cobblestone Pavers

The Cobblestone
Paver is sold
as a Set only.
It takes 2.7 Sets
per Square Foot
The large piece is
4-5/8" x 6-15/16"
The small piece is
4-5/8" x 4-5/8"
The Cobblestones come
in Two Colors,
Shadow Blend
and Antique
Cobblestone Shadow
Cobblestone Antique

 

Palermo Patio Stone

Palermo Pavers

Classic Landscapes with Old World Charm

A "natural" choice, Palermo Patio Stone is tumbled to give it an Old World character. A perfect combination of elegance & charm.

Palermo Patio Stone

White Block's Palermo Patio Stones are manufactured with quality colors blended throughout the entire stone. The result is a patio stone with high durability and long lasting color.

Each Palermo Patio Stone is 8" x 8" Square by 2-1/8" Tall Coverage = 2.25 Patio Stones per Square Foot Palermo Patio Stone Comes in Three Colors, Red Rocks, Antique and Shadow Blend
Palermo Half Bond
Half Bond
Palermo Stack Bond
Stack Bond
Palermo 1/3 Running Bond
1/3 Running Bond
Palermo Pavers - Antique
Antique
Palermo Pavers - Redrocks
Redrocks
Palermo Pavers - Shadow
Shadow

 

Holland Paver

A great choice for ease of installation and durability, the Holland Paver by White Block Company offers many designs and is a great value.

White Block's Holland Pavers are manufactured with integral colors blended throughout the entire paver. This creates a paver with long lasting color and high durability.

Each Holland Paver is 4-3/16"x 8-13/32" by 2-3/8" Tall Coverage = 4.2 Holland Pavers per Square Foot The Holland Pavers Come in Three Colors, Charcoal, Antique and Tan/Charcoal Blend

45 Degree Herringbone in Tan/Charcoal
45 Degree Herringbone in Tan/Charcoal
Running Bond in Antique Color
Running Bond in Antique Color
Paver Accent in Charcoal Color
Paver Accent in Charcoal Color

 

Turfstone Paver

Turfstone Pavers
Turfstone

Turfstone was developed as an alternative to runoff and heat producing parking surface, such as concrete or asphalt.

Turfstone can be used many ways: Stream bank and lake side erosion control, ditch liners, boat launch ramps, onsite stormwater management, driveway & parking areas, and patio areas just to name a few.

Each Turfstone covers 2.5 SF per block, making it an efficient installation.

Give us a call for more information.

 

Cross Section: Typical Patio Installation

Pavers Installation Diagram

 

Paver - The finished wearing course.

Sanded Joints - sweep sand diagonally into joints to interlock patio stones.

Edge Restraint - Support used around perimeter.

Bedding - A layer of graded sand 1" - 1-1/2" deep.

Base - A compacted layer of crushed rock 5/8" minus is preferred, at 3" - 5" deep.

 

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