Pavers are luminous elements mounted in the ground of a patio or pathway. They act like lighted paving stones, marking a path. Some pavers are designed to replace individual bricks, others are imbedded in concrete.
Flat tile or stone blocks designed specifically for use on floors and walkways.
A man made brick of solid concrete (usually compressed) used as a decorative driveway, walkway or patio. They come in many colors & shapes and can create a variety of design patterns.
Bricks in numerous sizes and shapes that are used in constructing sidewalks, patios, and driveways.
Unglazed porcelain or natural clay tile formed by the dust-pressed method and similar to ceramic mosaics in composition and physical properties but relatively thicker with 6 inch square or more facial area.
Vitreous floor tiles, usually 3/8" thick and glazed or unglazed.
Man-made units, frequently identified as "paving bricks" which are either brick or molded concrete. There are many types, styles and sizes. Some interlock in patterns and when properly set in a base of sand or concrete will withstand a great deal of weight.
Term used to describe stone, brick or concrete materials used for patios and walkways.