Hardscaping is an attractive feature that offers many appealing options for your outdoor oasis, from a rustic stacked wall to a fully developed outdoor living room and kitchen. Once you've decided to create an outdoor space, we can help you carefully plan to meet your hardscaping goals.

It’s important to do your research in advance. Fixed objects in the landscape don’t move easily. As much as possible, consider the entire area available to you for hardscaping before you design a single element. You may only be planning to put in a patio now, but maybe your future plans include a barbeque, pond, kitchen, bar, or walkway. Measures need to be taken in order to incorporate those elements and make them flow together.

Other important factors like drainage, traffic flow, focal points, and balanced elements should be taken into consideration. You want the eye to travel toward a destination, and one or two visual elements that make you pause, either visually or literally. Elements that are too linear in design can create an unnatural feel. Give thought to the natural lines of the space and try to include curves and shapes in a way that the hardscape elements transition gracefully into the surrounding landscape.

We can help. Choose from our large selection of colors, styles, and patterns of bricks, blocks, and pavers by Unilok and others to compliment any surrounding architecture. Our landscape experts are ready to help you plan which will best fit your project, budget, style… and future goals. You go ahead and dream what your outdoor oasis will be, we’ll help you build it.

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