Hardscaping has exploded over the past decade. Replacing older decks or cracked concrete with brick pavers allows homeowners to make an artful statement that reflects their home's style. As outdoor living spaces become increasingly popular, the options and styles of hardscaping products continue to grow as well. We take great pride in superior craftsmanship and attention to detail on our hardscape installations. We are proud to constantly educate ourselves as the standards of the industry are ever changing. Our hardscaping services include:
Irregular flagstone patio
Custom horizontal cedar fence with composite posts
Paver walkways, patios, pool decks, driveways Bluestone and natural stone work Retaining walls, seat walls, pillars Concrete overlays Edgestone/Curbstone borders Cast Veneer Stone Permeable pavers Powerwashing and polysanding existing paver areas Ceramic and Slate Tile Composite Wood Decking and Railing Vinyl, Wooden, and Chain link fencing
Financing options avaiable!
We've recently been working with Fieldstone Landscapes, a small design/build company based in Yardley that shares our vision. Check them out at www.fieldstonelandscapes.com
During or after a brick paver installation we often get asked "What is that white haze?" It is called efflorescence, and the term refers to the whitish residue on the surface of some pavers. It comes from lime within the concrete brick, and will usually disappear over time with weathering. The concerns for efflorescence are only aesthetic, as it does not impact the structural stability of the pavers. Efflorescence can be removed with cleaners, however use caution when working with them, as many are weak acid products.