|Here is a Hardscape Located in Lewistown in which we,
along with the customer designed a raised patio. The
walls were Cottage Stone Block Brandywine in color
and the Circle Kit pavers are Old Roman Classic
brandywine in color. All of the blocks and pavers were
purchased from Beavertown Block Company.
|These three photos are from a home in Lewistown in which we, along with the customer designed and installed 16" by
16" Romano Curvo in the Midnight Rosso color. These larger pavers go together to form a number of different
patterns. This pattern ends up having a 4 point diamond shape when placed together and the checker design repeats in
a "s" pattern. We then incorporated a walkway and finished the job with river stone for a border around the project.
|Above we have a home in Lewistown, in which we reattached all the flagstone. We also replaced some broken flagstone.
The entire flagstone walkway was then sealed. The walkway runs from the front street to the front of the home, then
Above we have a home in Lewistown, in which we reattached all the flagstone. We also replaced some broken flagstone.
around to the side of the home to the rear patio. The rear patio which was installed a few years prior was increases in
The flagstone was reattached to a poured cement base using a leveling glue with a latex additive to add to it's strength.
size. We added about 250 square feet to the existing patio and incorporated a built in step to enter the patio. The yard
was re-graded around the patio and the rest of the yard was planted and strawed over were we were working.
|underneath their existing pergola. The "soldier course" or border course is made up of the square 6" by 6"
pavers. The inside of the patio was filled in using a random pattern of four sizes of paver Pewter Blend in color.
We then installed a granite swirl cottage stone retaining wall with matching caps to give a boundary to the patio.
We then installed a section of vinyl fence to help hide the air conditioning unit. Very nice entrance to the
This is a job we did in Lewistown, in which
we along with the customer designed a
walkway and a small swing area. This is a
entrance to the rear deck of the home.
We used E.P.Henry Pavers 6" by 6" and
6" by 9", Autumn Blend in color. The
soldier course is made up of 6" by 6". We
used a modified herringbone pattern
inside the soldier course to complete the
walkway. We then used a polymeric that
gets hard and reduces wash out.