Our Patio Design & Installation Services
A beautiful stone patio is the foundation of your great outdoor escape. It provides the backdrop for landscaping, furniture arrangements and anything else you choose to include in the outdoor living area. Our team has a lot of information and helpful tips to help you make informed decisions about the team your hire for your patio construction as well as the patio materials you choose to have installed.
One of the best ways to utilize your outdoor space better is to build an outdoor stone pavilion complete with a stone patio, stone walls, a wooden roof and an outdoor kitchen area. Outdoor rooms such as this extend your home to the outdoors where you can enjoy all the comforts of an interior space with the relaxing breezes and fresh air of being outside. You’ll find yourself much more inclined to spend time in the backyard with this patio design idea.
Our Stone Pavilion Project
Location: Highland, Maryland
Overview: Homeowner wanted to increase outdoor space. We installed Hanover Pavers with Landmark Veneer Stone walls and kitchen area with a corner stone waterfall. We also built a Pavilion Roof that contained outdoor kitchen area using Bull Appliances.
What about when the weather turns chilly? That’s when an outdoor stone fireplace comes in handy. It creates a beautiful backdrop against the stone patio during the day and a functional focal point during an evening of entertaining guests outdoors.
Our Stone Fireplace Project
Location: Derwood, Maryland
Overview: We installed large outdoor living area using Belgart Pavers with stone sitting wall and natural stone fireplace.
While stone pavers are traditionally cut into perfect squares or rectangles, your stone patio can include rounded features for added personality and visual flair. From a rounded stairway and meandering path to a curved courtyard and fire pit, you have endless options for adding curves to your outdoor space.
Our Rounded Feature Project
Location: Laytonsville, Maryland
Overview: On rear side of home installed rounded stairway leading to new paver patio. Installed front porch paver walkway using bull nose step material with Holland Border.
Not every paved element of your outdoor escape needs to be made from stone. Another option is an exposed aggregate concrete walkway. Flanking the walkway with stone or brick pavers creates a finished look for you to love. Whether the walkway simply serves as a path around the side of your home or leads from your backdoor to a larger stone patio area, this design idea is sure to improve the aesthetic of your outdoor space.
Concrete Walkway Project
Location: Silver Spring, Maryland
Overview: Rebuilt existing porch, railings and posts and installed new stairs going down to and exposed aggregate concrete walkway with brick paver border.
PORCELAIN & SLATE TILES
A quick way to improve the appearance of your home’s exterior is to cover existing concrete with porcelain and slate tiles. With no excavation required, the job can be completed incredibly quickly and affordably. Simply choose the material you prefer for its aesthetics, durability and other qualities and leave the installation in the experienced hands of a professional.
Porcelain & Slate Project
Location: Gaithersburg, Maryland
Overview: Upgraded front porch by installing porcelain and slate tile over existing concrete to improve the appearance of home’s exterior.