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Choosing the Best Material For Your Hardscape

Jun 13th, 2019
Dreams of your own backyard oasis probably don’t include a space without structure, overrun by plants. Hardscaping is essential to making your property as functional as it is beautiful, offering safe and practical ways to enjoy the outdoors. Deciding which material is best for your hardscape project depends on the application and aesthetic you’re looking … more »

How To Design The Perfect Pool Deck: Form & Function

May 24th, 2019
When it comes to designing the perfect pool deck, there’s more than meets the eye. While aesthetics play an important role in the enjoyment of your outdoor space, there are other considerations to make before landing on a design. Before you read any further, make a list of must-haves for both Form and Function. This … more »

Infuse Your Hardscape With The Color of The Year: Living Coral

May 16th, 2019
Color gods at Pantone revealed the 2019 Color of The Year this past January. And now that’s it’s finally warming up, we can’t wait to use it. Living Coral (its official name) is a vibrant and energetic hue that’s inviting and screams “summer dreams.” Chosen as a reminder of the devastating effect humans have on … more »

Hardscaping Features With the Best ROI

May 7th, 2019
Preparing your home for a sale can be a bit overwhelming. The project possibilities are endless: kitchen remodel, siding replacement, roof replacement—the list goes on. Though it varies by location and climate, calculated return on investment (ROI) of home improvement can help homeowners decide which projects to prioritize. Since 2012, the popularity of outdoor living … more »

Make Your Yard A Multi-Level Masterpiece with Decorative Walls & Stairs

Apr 23rd, 2019
Decorative retaining walls and staircases have the ability to transform a simple space into a tiered terrace. Retaining walls may work to manage runoff and soil but can also provide privacy, ease of movement, and section off specific areas. Layer Up Source Large hills can be divided into layers to create architectural interest and add … more »