Concrete Pavers

Pavers are an alternative to poured concrete or stamped concrete. They are beautiful, and if done correctly, very long lasting. Expect to pay a couple extra dollars per square foot than stamped concrete and 2-3 times as much as poured concrete, due to considerably more labor when done to ICPI Specifications. Many people prefer pavers because of their timeless appearance.

Granite Pavers

Granite pavers give you the rigid lines of manufactured with the uniqueness and beauty of natural stone. They are recycled from granite counter-top remnants and cut into various shapes with a hydraulic splitting machine. This is a great alternative to concrete pavers if you're looking for something a little special and surprisingly only a little more expensive.

Retaining Walls

Retaining walls add eternal beauty to a garden and balance the softness of plantings. A load bearing retaining wall is also functional, often providing more space than one would otherwise have, going quickly from a higher elevation to a lower one.

  • We have completed numerous licenses & certifications. We also have a significant amount of experience and completed portfolio pictures in which we have beautifully executed all types of retaining walls.
  • Brick Retaining walls have a great look and can often be matched to existing home.
  • Stone retaining walls often add a rustic look and add a contrast to other building materials.
  • Segmental Retaining walls, such as those produced by Versa-Lok and Belgard, provide great retention abilities and sometimes lower installed project costs.

Blue-Stone Patios

Few things are more classic in design or more beautiful than bluestone patios and pathways. Few things are more expensive as well. However, when the application is right for blue-stone, it can really give an instant wow factor and classic, timeless look.

Brick Pavers

Brick is both classic in design and practical in terms of installed cost. It falls in line with most concrete pavers. Mingled colors of brick pavers are often an excellent contrast to painted white or lime-washed homes that are classical in architecture.