When people think about making changes to their yard and landscape, hardscapes are not often one of the first things that come to mind.  Most people think about adding new landscape beds or planting a different kind of trees, shrubs or flowers.  However, the installation of hardscapes, such as paver patios, retaining walls and walkways, into a yard can have a huge impact on the overall look and feel a landscape provides, while at the same time, essentially adding another room onto the house.  Patios can be designed to match any style or theme you have as well as to fit into any budget.  The most important determining factor in the price of a patio will be the paving material selected.  There are three main types of raw materials used for patio pavers:

  • Concrete Pavers
  • Brick Pavers
  • Stone Pavers

In addition, each of these materials has a practically endless selection of colors, shapes, sizes, patterns and finishes to choose from.  Some other factors which will determine the price of your patio will be the size of it, the extent of grading including excavating and fill, and the number of cuts which will need to be made in the pavers. 

Whether you choose a small informal patio for family dining or a large formal patio for entertaining large groups, you will love the benefits that your paver patio provides:

  • Affordability
  • Easy repair
  • Durability
  • Aesthetically pleasing
  • Low maintenance
  • Strength
  • Flexibility

A patio does not have to be simply a flat surface.  It can be built in different levels connected by landscape steps, have seatwalls built around the perimeter, contain a patio firepit or even an outdoor kitchen built to match the patio!


If you have sloping areas or raised landscape beds in your yard, a retaining wall may be what you are looking for.  The construction of retaining walls can be used to provide a more level surface for planting or recreation as well as to help with erosion and runoff.  Retaining walls can be built with a number of different materials including:

  • Interlocking Blocks
  • Timber
  • Stack Stone

With Hardscaping, the possibilities are endless and limited only by your imagination!!!!!!!!!


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