However, although the initial cost of pavers is higher, concrete pavers offer greater value and durability than cast concrete and stamped concrete. Ultimately, this means that concrete pavers are the most cost-effective option overall. The way concrete ages versus pavers is something you can consider when choosing between pavers or concrete. While the installation costs more money on pavers, you'll never notice the aging of the installation if installed properly.
On the other hand, concrete is likely to crack over the years, causing unpretentious visual defects. As concrete contracts, expands and contracts over time during the curing process, cracks occur naturally and spread across the floor. Paving stones have a higher resale value because of their beauty and versatility. Concrete slabs are generally more common, but over time, pavers will generate more value because it is expensive to replace concrete.
Concrete and pavers are similar in that they are both sturdy construction materials, strong enough to withstand the movement of vehicles at the entrance. Concrete is the more affordable of the two, but pavers offer the best resale value and are more visually appealing. Concrete is easy to install and maintain, but pavers don't crack and offer more design options.