Pavers & Edge Restraints

An extremely customizable landscaping surface, pavers can also be used to upgrade patios, verandas, and driveways. Installing a type of paver material can help integrate a design or style that will not only look great, but last you for a long time.

Retaining Wall Systems

The most common reasons for installing a retaining wall include stabilizing an embankment and preventing erosion. Alternative uses include accent walls incorporated within the landscape and privacy walls surrounding a courtyard or patio.

Wall Stone & Flagging

The term flagging stone refers to any stone that can be used to create a flat surface suitable for a patio, walkway or pool deck. Among the least formal natural stone paving type, they can serve as an appealing complement to garden plantings and lawns.

Granite & Cobblestones

With an ‘Old World’ look and feel, granite cobblestone pavers are an extremely versatile building material that can be used in a variety of outdoor applications such as when constructing driveways, walkways, patios, and outdoor dining areas.

Decorative Stone

Decorative stone is a highly popular hardscape material and it is used for such diverse purposes as mulch, ground cover, driveways and filler around pools and patios. They serve as a natural deterrent to weeds while maintaining optimum drainage

Thermal Pattern Bluestone

Quarried in New York state, thermal bluestone is flame treated to create a uniform texture on the surface. Thermal bluestone comes in both a uniform blue-grey color and a full range color containing shades of blue, brown, lilac and gold.

Stone Veneer

Often as striking and beautiful as the natural stone it emulates, stone veneer is a manmade material designed to replicate the look of natural stone in a variety of architectural applications ranging from exterior façades to unique statement walls.

Sand, Salt, & Ice-Melt

As winter sets in, so does the threat of injuries caused by slipping or falling on ice. While most of our business occurs from spring to fall, when winter arrives, we change gears and offer plenty of different sand, salt, and ice-melt options.