We install a wide selection of natural and man-made materials from many manufacturers.

Pavers have dominated the market for the last two decades – and for many good reasons – but there are many materials well-worth consideration. Before you jump on the concrete paver bandwagon, call Stoneworx to discuss your new patio, walkway or wall. We build with many of these materials and can design our designers can help you decide on the best material for your style, needs and budget.

The key to all these method’s durability is the base preparation which you cannot see once completed. So don’t just rely on a pretty picture, to select your contractor, choose one who offers the certified installation that Stoneworx can provide.

Pavers/Segmental Wall – There are many manufacturers producing excellent segmental wall options. One can choose from a variety of colors and textures in retaining or freestanding walls and caps. The products are durable, stable, easy to install and offers design flexibility. Choose your material carefully though as not all are intended retaining purposes and engineering may be required for larger walls.

Stacked Stone – Natural field stone is a beautiful material and can yield incredible results when installed by a talented craftsman. Fitted, dry-laid retaining walls can be used to retain short slopes or gardens while larger boulders can address steeper grades. Freestanding walls require mortar to provide stability.

Masonry Block and Veneer (stone/stucco/brick) – This method can be costly but offers both the effective durability of concrete and the variety of surface materials to choose from.  It is well-suited to locations where the wall must be provide significant retaining or stability but needs to complement existing features.

Poured Concrete – This product can be rather industrial in appearance but may be well-suited to a modern contemporary design. Coloring and stamping can also improve the surface appearance. For large jobs, though, it can be both inexpensive and effective.

Timber – This material has fallen largely out of favor except where temporary retaining is needed – a child’s playground or vegetable garden, for instance—where a limited lifespan is acceptable. Otherwise, repeated replacement for these walls can become costly. Wood either rots quickly or requires dangerous chemicals to prevent rot making it undesirable to many.

The key to all these method’s durability is the base preparation which you cannot see once completed. So don’t just rely on a pretty picture, to select your contractor, choose one who offers the certified installation that Stoneworx can provide.

Before you jump on the concrete paver bandwagon, call Stoneworx to discuss your new patio, walkway or wall. We build with many of these materials and can design our designers can help you decide on the best material for your style, needs and budget.

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