• Retaining Walls – natural or modular
  • Pathways
  • Patios- unit pavers, slabs, natural
  • Raised Beds
  • Custom Designs

The production of concrete greatly increases greenhouse gases in the atmosphere. By working with natural stone and avoiding concrete in the landscape, you can help cut down the levels of CO2 pollution and will have a reusable resource for future projects.

From a single boulder to flagstone paths and retaining walls, stone adds warmth to the garden landscape as well as dimensional and artistic interest. Properly designed and integrated patios, walkways, and walls are structural features that add visual interest and become an architectural extension of your home. These elements create focal points in your landscape, define and connect outdoor spaces, and direct traffic flow.

Expert installation with natural stone and manufactured materials:

  • Walkways & Driveways
  • Outdoor Patios
  • Sitting Walls
  • Retaining Walls
  • Fire Pits/Outdoor Kitchens
  • Granite & Natural Stone Steps
  • Arbors and Pergolas

Unmatched Craftsmanship

Beautiful hardscape establishes a sense of permanence in any landscape. Whether you prefer natural stone such as granite, bluestone, brick, or manufactured products; our exceptional craftsmen take great pride in the perfect execution of every detail. Curved edges flow gracefully. Linear edges are straight and true. Precision-cutting and tight fitting joints differentiate our work from that of less-skilled installers.

Built to Last

Structural integrity begins with proper grading and exacting base preparation. Our patios, walkways, and walls are installed on deep, compacted gravel bases to withstand seasonal temperature extremes and winter freeze/thaw cycles.

Our attention to detail extends beyond finished surfaces. Retaining walls are precisely engineered and constructed with geo-grid reinforcement, drainage pipe, soil separation fabric and crushed stone backfill. Aluminum edging or plastic is installed along walkways and patios to keep pavers securely in place. Polymeric sand is used in paver joints to provide added stability and to retard weed growth