It takes less time and effort to install a concrete patio than a brick one. Bricks must be laid individually over the patio. If your patio is a large area, this can be quite a tedious project due to the time involved.
Concrete retains its form for longer than brick does. Individual bricks tend to become loose with time. This distorts the smart appearance of your patio. Some bricks may also develop damages, which spoils the overall beauty. It also increases maintenance work and adds to your overall costs.
Concrete provides a safer surface to walk upon. A textured finish for concrete creates a non-slip surface. Brick, however, can get slippery when wet. This can easily trigger an accident.