Turn Ordinary Backyards into Extraordinary

Looking for a stunning outdoor living space? Enhance the value of your home by introducing natural stone to your living quarters

Natural Stone is a building material which as been used in the construction industry for many years. It’s beautiful and the rustic appearance makes it the perfect choice for homeowners who are looking to build a new patio or even a walkway. Natural Stone patios offer many great benefits both for decorative and practical purposes. Also, it is a highly unique stone. No stone is the same in shape or size which helps create a highly individual and gorgeous 

There are many types of natural stone as well as many uses. Such as, edging, drystacks, retaining walls, walkways, patios, steppers and so much more! The great thing about using a natural product is that it can withstand the test of time due to its durability. Natural stone has a natural beauty that unlike concrete, will not color fade with age. Natural Stone’s beauty lies in it’s texture and color, which is crafted by years of geographical processes rather than any artificial influence, so it truly suits the outdoors.

Define Your Landscape

Feel like your missing something in your landscape bed? Spice things up by adding extra flare with a natural stone dry stack wall. By adding height and dimension to your landscape it will not only look fantastic but it will also add character to your landscape beds. For more pictures and ideas on natural stone work check out our Natural Stone Photo Galleries!

Advantages of Natural Stone Disadvantages of Stamped Concrete
Unique Will crack over time
Highly durable Color will fade
No color fading Slick when wet
Never goes out of style Has expansion joints
No expansion joints Not good for freeze & thaw
No cracking Sealing is needed every year
You get the color you pick Can’t match the same color
More color options & designs Concrete sealer is extremely toxic to surrounding landscape
Sealing is not necessary

 Natural Stone Color Choices!

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