Welcome to Farley Interlocking Pavingstones
Led by award winning business leader, Charissa Farley, Farley Pavers is the only nationally certified company in the Coachella Valley specializing exclusively in interlocking pavers. Farley Pavers boasts the only showroom in Southern California dedicated exclusively to interlocking pavers.
Five-Time National Concrete Award Winner
Farley Pavers is a five-time National Concrete Award winner in the Residential Pre-Cast Category. An active member of the Interlocking Concrete Pavement Institute, Farley Pavers offers continuing education for architects and landscape architects as well as assistance in design and technical specifications. Farley Pavers and its team hold a wide variety of certifications, designations, licenses and awards. Charissa Farley is an ICPI certified Authorized Contractor Instructor in the Advanced Residential Paver Technician’s course. She is the only woman in the country to hold this certification.
1st Optimus T-11 Purchase in North America
Farley Pavers was the first ever company in North America to purchase the Optimus T-11 Paver installation machine. The purchase of this machine, utilized for mechanical installation of streets and parking lots, reflects Farley Pavers’ commitment to the quality and efficient installation of concrete pavers through the investment in modern technology and tools.
2014’s Corporate Business Woman of the Year
Nationally recognized as the “Queen of Pavers” for her commitment to growing the country’s interlocking concrete paver industry, Charissa Farley, President of Farley Interlocking Pavers and television host of Home Makeover in the Desert, was awarded the Palm Spring’s Life 2014 Corporate Business Woman of the Year.
Farley Pavers in the Media
Hosted by Brady Sandahl and Charissa Farley
Contractor Stories: The Resurrection of a Company
Palm Springs Edge
Charissa Farley Explores Alternative Energy with Permeable Pavers
Monday Newsmaker Series Featuring Charissa Farley
Farley Pavers in Builder/Architect Magazine
“Pavers — An Optional Upgrade Or The New Standard?”