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By Shannon PetrieMore in Outdoors
A great option for upgrading a typical poured-concrete patio, concrete pavers are moderately priced and come in a variety of sizes, shapes and colors. One advantage of using pavers is that they're easier and less expensive to repair than a concrete slab — if there's a paver that's stained or cracked, you can simply replace it or, depending on the pavers you have, just turn it over.
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