1. How Much Does It Cost?
So much of our new work comes from friends and family of delighted customers. Our pricing is less than the competition because our advertising costs are less. Genesis Stoneworks takes pride in having the largest network of happy customers. Allow us to pleasantly surprise you by calling for a FREE in-home estimate.
2. Do You Offer A Warranty?
Yes, all paving stone manufacturers offer a lifetime guarantee against cracking and breaking and Genesis Stoneworks offers a standard 4 year warranty on labor.3. Do You Have A Showroom?
Southern California is our showroom. We offer an extensive reference list of local jobs so our prospective customers can view our workmanship themselves. Also we bring samples of paving stones and an extensive gallery of photographs so homeowners can choose for themselves.4. What Are Paving Stones Made Of?
Interlocking paving stones are made of highly compressed, intensely vibrated, slightly damp concrete with color mixed in. They are 60 mm or roughly 2 ½ inches thick and come in a wide variety of shapes.5. Can You Drive Heavy Vehicles Over Pavers?
Yes! A well compacted and intelligently designed driveway can withstand incredible traffic and heavy loads. Like a sturdy house, a sturdy driveway begins at the foundation. Simply inform us at the beginning of the job of highly trafficked areas or weight concerns, and Genesis will take care of the rest!
6. Why Are Paving Stones Better Than Anything Else?
Interlocking pavers are so durable because they have excellent load dispersion capability as well as load bearing capacity. They are rated for 8000 pounds per square inch or more! Many paving stones reach 11 to 12 thousand pound compressive strength per SQUARE INCH, WOW! They flex and move with earthquakes and rarely crack and break. Utility lines can be accessed as well. Simply unlock the paving stones, repair the utility lines, and call us. We will gladly lock it back together for you at a very reasonable cost.7. Can Paving Stones Be Put On Top Of Existing Cement?
Sometimes we can overlay a patio but there must be at least 3 ½ inches of clearance from the top of the cement to the threshold of the door.