Hardscaping has a fun side

Outdoor living spaces walls, walkways and hardscapes

Using stone in the garden is a practice that dates back millennia. When done correctly, it can last that long, too - look at Hadrian's wall, the steps of Machu Pichu or the archways of Stonehenge.

In your hard, stone can provide better access to a garden, guide your steps up a slope, channel water or hold back a hillside, proving that even at its most practical stone can still be garden art.

These craftsmen employ a huge amount of dedication, time and expertise to carefully position each stone in place, creating a very low maintenance stone additions to fit your landscape and taste.

Our hardscaping walls are great

Our skilled stonemasons combine ageless stone working techniques unique, artistic style to build a wide range of free standing or retaining walls that need litle maintenance and last for centuries.


Stone step tips

Stone steps and staircases feel sturdy and secure underfoot as if they were part of the land itself.

They can provide a distinguished ascent to your front door, a cool resting spot for bare feet and bottoms in the summer, graceful access down to a shoreline or garden.


Mosiaic-like stone patios are outdoor living areas that play host to dinners under stars, barbecue sessions and beers with friends.
We promise that any outdoor spaces we build for you will provide you many years of enjoyable and healthy outdoor living.
We have done 100's of outdoor hardscapes and make each one special and unique for our customers. Our experience and quality can't be beat.

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As with all plant choices, climate plays a big role in determining which type of grass will work best for you - soil type, rainfall and other factors also come into it. :

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Yes, we have several skilled designers on our team. There are many pavers and designs to choose from, and it can get a bit overwhelming for some people. We’ll look at your house and suggest products, colors, and styles that we feel would work best. We can also do a custom design if you’d prefer.
Absolutely. You can put pavers anywhere that you can put concrete, as long as it’s done correctly. Each application has its own requirements, though—the installation around a pool is different than the installation on a driveway. Are paving stones environmentally friendly?
Hardscaping is a term used to describe outdoor features created with concrete interlocking pavers & wall block, synthetic stone products and steppers.
Yes. In contrast to non-permeable materials, paving stones allow water to drain through, which lets the bacteria that lives between the stones remove toxins before they reach surrounding water supplies.
Fireplaces are a great focal point for any large outdoor living space. The more formal look also offers the added advantage of getting smoke up and away from all guests.
As you can guess the paver industry has been asked this question for years. The solution is a sand that goes in between the pavers that contain polymers. Once the sand has been placed in between the pavers the surface is watered down and the polymers in the sand bind together to create a solid surface. This still allows the pavers to be a “flexible” system but it prevents weeds from coming up.
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    Fertilizer is a substance added to soil to improve plant's growth and yield. First used by ancient farmers, fertilizer technology developed as the chemical needs of growing plants were discovered.

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    Well maintained landscaping can add as much as 14% to the resale value of your home

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    After a stressful day at work – looking at a yard with a view of natural landscaping, such as trees and flowers, experienced less job pressure, were more satisfied with their jobs and reported fewer ailments and headaches than those who either had no outside view or could only see landscape elements from their window.

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    One hour of weeding burns 300 calories ( the same as walking or bicycling at a moderate pace), and manual push mowing of the lawn burns 500 calories per hour (the same rate as playing tennis).