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patio installation



Whether your patio is an expansive area for entertaining large groups or a private space to enjoy your morning coffee, it is an extension of your living space.  Fire pits, water features, sitting walls, and a host of other elements can be incorporated into your design.

There are many types of materials that can be used for your patio or walkway, including pavers, flagstone, crushed rock. We can help you to choose which materials, style, pattern, texture and colors will work best for your space.




The driveway is typically just an area to park a car and is often overlooked as an area to improve the aesthetic appeal of ones home. Through the use of interlocking concrete pavers there is no need to have a bland driveway. The colors, textures, patterns, sizes and shapes of interlocking concrete pavers along with the many designs that can be incorporated into the area offer a great deal more than standard poured concrete or even stamped concrete. The cost comparison of stamped concrete and pavers is generally on slightly more for pavers.




Permeable paving allows water to flow through it rather than diverted to the nearest sewer.

Rainwater that falls off roofs, runs down hard-surface driveways and fills rivers, ponds and municipal water systems may start out fresh. But as it travels, it picks up debris from the roof, oil and fertilizer from driveways and sidewalks, and a wealth of garbage from the street. This adds pollution to our waterways, and creates extra work for water-treatment facilities.

The beauty of permeable paving is that water is absorbed through the paving before it can reach our water sources. With many permeable-paving options, you can save money and be environmentally responsible.

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