Paver Brick Installation Company Offers Professional Paving Services To Oak Park Residents

June 01, 2020 - /PressAdvantage/ - River Grove, Illinois based Old World Brick Paving is pleased to offer their services to the local Oak Park community. Old World Brick Paving provides paving services to Oak Park and the surrounding areas. Local residents who would like to visit the company's office may use Google maps to search for easy Oak park directions.

Frank Calistro, owner of Old World Brick Paving, says, “To those who are currently searching for someone to professionally install a paver driveway, paver patio or hardscape design, search no further. Old World Brick Paving is always ready to take on the job. We dedicate our time and resources to making sure that we are able to deliver excellent services using top-notch materials and products. Our team of paver installers is experienced and certified, so you can rest assured that your paver project will stand the test of time. Please don’t hesitate to contact us if you are looking for reliable brick paver services in Oak Park.”

In addition, Calistro highlights that Old World Brick Paving has years of professional experience in installing brick driveway pavers, brick patio pavers, and brick walkway pavers. He also points out that the company is made up of a team of experts that is certified and only works with the best equipment and materials to make sure their clients are getting attractive and durable pavers.

As noted on the company’s website, Old World Brick Paving offers a full range of paver brick services to Oak Park residents. The company states that they have extensive experience in professionally installing paver patios and that they utilize only the best materials available. Specifically, the company uses 100% virgin limestone base material along with top of the line heavy duty edging secured with 12” spikes. Old World Brick Paving further asserts that their certified and highly trained installation teams work hard to guarantee the beauty and longevity of the patios that they install.

The company is also pleased to share that they can carry out driveway installations, and they assert that they have a quarter-century of experience when it comes to installing top quality paved driveways in the Chicagoland area. Aside from installing pavers, they state that their team of expert installers is always ready to help their customers choose the best kind of driveway paver that is most suitable for their needs.

Customers exploring the company’s suite of services will find that they additionally offer paver brick patio and driveway cleaning services in order to help homeowners maintain the good appearance of their patio or driveway. “Our company uses only the best paver cleaning equipment and products to get rid of all the stubborn stains and dirt on your patio and driveway. We also provide sealing services and brick paver repair services that will restore your paver brick driveway, paver brick patios and walkways,” they say.

Their installation services are accompanied by permeable paver installations. Given that excessive water pooling in one’s driveway can cause serious damage and other problems, permeable pavers can help ensure that water can return to the ground without the need for a drainage system. Installing permeable pavers, the company affirms, will protect one’s paver from freezing and stave off heat, salt and water runoff damage.

Notably, the company proudly offers digital design services. Regarding this new service, Calistro asserts that homeowners no longer have to rely on their imagination to guess how their new paver installation will look like. He explains that the company can present a variety of paver designs in digital form to homeowners in order to give them an idea of the final appearance of the area. “We are pleased to offer this new technology to our customers so they can actually see the digital representation of their paver patio or driveway before the project begins. A number of paver brick driveway Oak park digital designs and inspirations can be found on our company website,” says Calistro.

Old World Brick Paving is a family-owned brick paving contractor that has serviced the Greater Chicago area since 1993. Over the years, the company has become one of the most, if not the most, experienced hardscape contractors in and around Chicagoland. They have completed many notable projects throughout the area, including the Oak Park Country Club, Metra Train Station and the Midway Airport. Their projects range from larger commercial applications to paver brick patios.

Those interested may find more information on the company’s website. Customers may also connect with Old World Brick Paver via their preferred social media platforms to stay abreast of their latest news and important announcements.


For more information about Old World Brick Paving, contact the company here:

Old World Brick Paving
Frank Calistro
(847) 390-8765
3060 N River Rd,
River Grove,
IL 60171,
United States

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