How Much Do Belgard Pavers Cost?

These days, more and more people are taking an interest in creating gorgeous hardscapes in order to improve the appearance and value of their properties.

Whether it’s an impressive driveway, a whimsical walkway or a peaceful outdoor living space, Belgard pavers are the perfect choice. The pavers manufactured by Belgard come in a wide range of styles and colors so that it’s simple for anyone to find exactly what it is that they’re looking for.

From old world charm to modern and contemporary, there’s really nothing that Belgard doesn’t have.

As a result, home and business owners tend to quickly fall in love with Belgard’s different product lines.

After making the decision to use these gorgeous pavers, the first thing that people usually want to know is how much the materials are going to cost them.

Although there’s no cut-and-dry answer to this question, there are certain factors that will play a role in how much you’ll need to invest in the pavers. In order to help you accurately plan out your budget, here’s a closer look at what you should consider when estimating the cost of Belgard pavers.

Project Size and Scope

As you start planning out your budget, the first thing that you’ll want to keep in mind is that the actual size and scope of your project will play the biggest role in determining your final cost.

Clearly, an extensive job involving the installation of a large pool deck and matching outdoor living space will be more expensive than paving a small garden path. Beyond size, however, you’ll need to consider how challenging the installation process will be.

One driveway that’s constructed with Belgard pavers may actually be smaller than another, but if the pavers must be cut to accommodate irregular shapes, it could actual be a bit costlier.

Product Type

There are many different Belgard product lines. You’ll notice that there are pavers designed to resemble cobblestone, slate, stone slabs, tile and others.

Each type of material will undergo its own manufacturing process and will therefore be priced differently. In order to achieve a specific texture, appearance or coloration, each different type of paver may be comprised of different materials and some may have longer production times than others.

In addition, there are types like Subterra Stone that can only be purchased as a special order item. All of these issues can alter the amount you’ll need to invest.


Many home and business owners have a pretty good idea about the style and look that they’d like to go for with their Belgard pavers. For traditionally elegant homes, that are modeled after European style architecture, selecting a sophisticated paver with an old-world vibe would work well.

Those that are interested in creating a romantic and rustic storybook setting should go with irregularly cut pavers with earthy tones may. Bear in mind that the paving stone selection that you’ll have to work with will be based upon these preferences and could influence your overall budget.


In some cases, the pavers that you choose might have special textures and edges that give them their unique look. Consider that the added manufacturing processes required to complete these pavers could make them slightly more expensive than others.


The layout of your project area will certainly make a difference in your budget. If you’re working with an irregularly shaped area that requires special attention to detail or customization, more labor will be required.

You may also be hoping to achieve specific design patterns with the layout of the pavers that could demand extra time on planning and on labor. In addition to this, there are certain types of Belgard pavers, like Bergerac Circle, that are specifically intended to be laid out in particular patterns.

It’s a smart idea to get together with a landscaping or design professional to plan out the layout of your dream project and discuss how it will affect your overall budget.

Required Labor

Other than the actual cost of materials, labor will be your biggest expense as you work with Belgard pavers. The more complex the installation process becomes, the more you can expect to be charged by your contractor.

To make sure that you’re prepared for any and all costs, it’s smart to be as clear and specific as you can with your prospective installation company with regard to what you need done.

This will allow the contractor to provide you with a line item estimate, breaking down what each of your demands will cost so that you won’t have to deal with any unpleasant surprises and can make adjustments to tailor your budget to your needs.


You can’t just go to any stone supplier and expect to purchase Belgard Pavers. Supply companies must be approved as partnered distributors in order to sell the materials, and it’s important to verify that this is the case before working with any vendor.

Sellers that are not approved and are, instead, trying to work around the system by re-selling materials will end up marking up the cost. Feel free to obtain estimates from several different supply companies to compare their prices.

If the numbers are much higher or much lower than the others, this should send up a red flag that something isn’t right. The value of your purchase, though, has to do with more than just materials expenses.

The supplier should employ a team of skilled professionals that are familiar with Belgard products and that can answer your questions and provide you with valuable advice. This will help you to make the best decisions possible so that you’ll enjoy your pavers for many years.

Product Delivery

For most projects that require Belgard pavers, you’ll need to work with a bulk quantity of materials. For most people, this means that you’ll require delivery services.

Unless you’re careful about who you select to deliver your materials, these costs could add up quickly. It’s smartest to work with a Belgard pavers distributor that also provides delivery services to its customers. These businesses will understand best how the materials need to be handled so that you won’t lose money in damaged goods throughout the transportation process.

Your service should be honest and upfront about costs and should be reliable enough to make deliveries on time so that your project doesn’t get held up.


To keep your Belgard pavers looking as beautiful as the day they were installed and to ensure that they maintain their structural integrity, Belgard strongly recommends that the pavers be sealed.

These sealers can stabilize joints, help to prevent against staining, resist against the negative impacts of weather and temperature fluctuations, and preserve the vibrant and natural color of the pavers.

Keep in mind that while you will need to invest a little more money upfront in order to have the pavers sealed, using a sealant will end up allowing you to stretch your dollar further as it will add to the overall lifespan of your project.


Belgard pavers are relatively low maintenance and don’t require a whole lot of elbow grease on your part. This is especially true if you’ve made the decision to seal the pavers.

Those who don’t elect to seal their paving stones will need to be mindful that the pavers will be porous and will be more prone to staining if spills aren’t attended to quickly.

Washing the area immediately and thoroughly will help to preserve their natural colors. Rock salt and ice melting materials can be safely used with Belgard pavers, but take care to avoid over applying these materials. Belgard recommends mixing ice melt with a thin layer of sand.

Where to Purchase Belgard Pavers

Braen Supply is the place to go for Belgard pavers throughout NJ and NY. As approved vendors, we are highly knowledgeable about all of the Belgard products that we sell.

Our team of stone experts is happy to work with you in order to discuss your dream project and walk you through the process of selecting the right pavers for you.

All of our pavers by Belgard are available for fair and competitive prices so that you don’t have to go over budget in order to start enjoying your hardscape or outdoor living space. Our Belgard pavers can be picked up or bulk delivered to your location throughout NJ, NY, NYC, CT and PA.

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