Rosetta Old Mission Pavers Upgrade Driveway To Cobblestone
Contractor uses Rosetta Old Mission to transform a regular driveway into a focal point
The owners of the home are pleased with how everything turned out, saying "everyone who has seen it has said it is beautiful!" Other products shown: Old Mission Pavers
Len Allgaier, owner of Peninsula Pavers, became friends with the owners of a beautiful Traverse City home when he was hired to renovate their backyard landscaping two years ago. "We completely revamped their backyard with natural stone and it looked great. But the front of the house had a stamped asphalt driveway. The house looked great, but the driveway was awful," Allgaier said.
According to the owners, the goal of the driveway upgrade was to, "beautify and widen the driveway. We felt that stone would amplify the house even more!"
Searching for a paver to upgrade the curb appeal, the homeowners turned to Allgaier for a solution. "We trust his selective product scrutiny," they shared.
Knowing that the owners wanted something unique with a natural stone look, Allgaier suggested the Old Mission Paver Collection from Rosetta.
Old Mission was a great fit for this application because this line of wet-cast permeable pavers features three different paver sizes (6x9 inches, 9x9 inches and 9x12 inches or 152x229 millimeters, 229x229 millimeters and 229x305 millimeters) with natural stone texture on top. The consistent dimensions make Old Mission easier and faster to install than natural stone cobblestones-saving time and money in the installation phase of the project. The versatility of these pavers make it easy to match the aesthetics of any location.
The installation phase really let the skill of the Peninsula Pavers' crew shine. "When we installed it, we blended three different colors," Allgaier said, "Then, we were able to mix the three sizes to give it more of a random look. There are so many variations to the look when you have those options. The major point here is that the more random it looks, the better. And the look here is phenomenal."
Peninsula Pavers' crew was able to install 2,600 square feet (242 square meters) of pavers quickly. "The better the product it is, the better it goes down-and the better the end product," Allgaier said. "For me at my company, I'd rather spend a little bit more on a product that's going to go in easier than to spend more money on labor. One of the finer points of this product is just the ease of installation."
The owners of the home are equally pleased with how everything turned out. "Everyone who has seen it has said it is beautiful! They really like how it accents the house," they shared. This spring, they plan to add a "compass rose" accent piece to the driveway.
Project Name: Traverse City Driveway Restoration Block Manufacturer: Rosetta Of Michigan Installer: Peninsula Pavers Project Location: Traverse City, Michigan Year Built: 2012 Case: 030 - TC Old Mission