Pavement with a purpose
We recognize that paths and patios can otherwise be thought of as pavement with a purpose. That purpose may be to guide and comfortable, expedite outdoor movement or perhaps it could also serve as an extension to your living space. Living in the Pacific Northwest is all about enjoying the outdoors and beautiful scenery, so building an outdoor living space will not only make this possible, but it is also a great way of adding square footage to your home without breaking the bank.
Our company takes pride in the brick and concrete work we provide for our clients, making the promise that when we finish the job, your yard will be transformed into a garden retreat that you can instantly enjoy with your family and friends. While determining the type of material you want for your new outdoor home improvement project can be stressful and confusing, we have plenty of options for you to choose from. Whether you are in need of having concrete steps installed, a beautiful flagstone walkway or a new spacious paver patio, selecting quality products you love will make all the difference and we are here to assist you every step of the way.
Some of the few timeless selections we offer our clients include flagstone, bricks, tiles and concrete that instantly provide you with an amazing garden that is worth spending time in for many years to come. Hard surfaces often need a few sensible characteristics almost regardless of the main uses to which it will be put. Among these are a non-skid or non-glaring finishes, quick, reliable drainage, and easy maintenance which is especially true for cleaning and stain removal.
The color, patterns and textures can either echo or contrast with those of the surrounding structures and plantings, but in any case, the overall effect should be one of handsome harmony. Other considerations include accommodating outdoor furniture and its likely movement, perhaps impromptu dancing or exercising. Our company is accomplished at blending these practical factors with a sensitive aesthetic concern for the visual contribution made by paths, patios and related landscape features to the utility and value of the client’s property.