What is ICPI and why is it important to know when you are looking for a Fort Wayne area paver patio installer?

Chances are, you’ve never heard of ICPI. And you likely don’t want to know too much about professional paver patio design and installation. But what you are certain about is when you are looking for a contractor to do a job, you want to hire someone who is tops in their field and invests their time and effort to pursue industry training and certification. When it comes to residential concrete paver installation, being an Interlocking Concrete Paving Institute Certified Installer (ICPI) is as good as it gets.

To meet the guidelines required to be an ICPI certified installer, patio builders complete professional education coursework and demonstrate installation experience. This is important because having experienced and education in paver installation techniques will result in a patio that will stand the test of time. In my training, I also learned techniques for increasing efficiency which results in time and money savings for my customers. I also added to my knowledge of green infrastructure and permeable pavers.


This certificate probably won’t get me more party invitations, but Archadeck of Ft. Wayne did this work to show our commitment to excellence in all areas of outdoor living construction and design. We did it so you don’t have to.

When it comes to selecting a professional to design and install your Ft. Wayne paver patio or similar project, you owe it to yourself to work with a someone who goes the extra mile in pursuit of quality.

Baron Biedenweg – Archadeck of Fort Wayne and NE Indiana

If you live in the Ft. Wayne area and you’re thinking about adding a custom outdoor space to your home, give us a call for a free consultation at (260) 969 – 8663 or email us at neindiana@archadeck.net.


About Archadeck of Northeast Indiana

I am the owner of Archadeck of Northeast Indiana. We build custom outdoor living structures including decks, sunrooms, porches, screened porches, gazebos, pergolas and much more.
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