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PATIO | FLAGSTONE
Flagstone patios also have a very natural, organic look due to their shape and earthy shades of browns, reds, grays and blues.
Flagstone is one of the best materials for patios primarily due to its narrow packed joints that allow water to permeate instead of running off.
PATIO | MARBLE
Marble has been used as a building material for centuries. It has always been associated with grandeur and opulence, and many monuments are a testament to its unparalleled beauty and grace. Of late, there has been a resurgence in the use of this pristine stone in modern homes. People have creatively mixed modern and classical designs to create incredible environments in and around a house.
Brick Paver and Concrete patios are attractive to anyone designing an outdoor living space for many reasons: they offer attractive design options, will last for years, and you have plenty of opportunities to find the style that's right for you. We offer Sitting and Retaining Walls as well as Inside Lighting.
Concrete pavers are available in a variety of shapes, styles, patterns, and colors, giving the homeowner plenty of choices to create a unique driveway that complements their house and landscape.
Privacy trees such as Evergreens make wonderful additions to your yard, because they offer year round coverage to areas like your bedroom and bathroom windows. Their dark green foliage also makes for a beautiful contrast against brick, birch and timber.
GARDEN | EDGE | MULCH
Mulch mowing is a system of lawn care that returns grass clippings back to the soil and prevents your grass from overgrowing. Once you establish a lawn care routine, mulch mowing saves you time and energy while also improving the condition of your lawn.
Sod turns a bare patch of ground into a grass-covered lawn as soon as you finish installing it. You get the instant satisfaction of having a green yard. A seeded lawn requires several weeks before the grass grows in. The area looks patchy as the grass first starts to grow. A seed-planted lawn is often covered with straw or similar materials to protect the seeds, leaving the yard looking unattractive. If you don't have the patience to wait for a dense lawn grown from seed, sod is a faster alternative.