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April 9, 2014
With so many modern advances in landscaping being used by homeowners today, sometimes it’s nice to take a step back in time to review some of the more classic landscaping bricks ideas that have been used right here in New England throughout the past couple of centuries. Rather than go with the traditional natural stone...
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If you are looking for a landscaping project that will instantly add color, texture and function to your front yard or backyard, consider learning how to create a winding path. Choose from a wide variety of materials, including natural flagstone, decorative stone materials or top quality products, such as Nantucket pavers, Belgard pavers and Pavestone...
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One of the most wonderful things about doing landscaping and hardscaping projects in New England is the beautiful, natural stones that abound within the region. From gorgeous natural flagstone materials made of slate, sandstone, limestone and granite, to the natural surroundings and historical value of this area that just seems to call out for classic...
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If your home has a set of boring concrete steps leading up to your front door, you have probably wished that you could just get rid of them and replace them with something more stylish and befitting of the architecture of your home. Concrete steps leading up to a front or back door were very...
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One of the easiest ways to add some beautiful hardscaping contrast to your front yard, side yard or backyard landscaping is to learn how to install a flagstone walkway. Flagstone stepping stones are very easy to use and don’t require a lot of skill. Landscaping with rocks is a great way to add texture to...
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Since the early 1900s, flagstone has been used for paving all sorts of things, from walkways and driveways to simple paths and residential steps. A sedimentary rock which is created by the hardening of various layers through low heat and pressure, typically under water, the layers in flagstone materials usually consist of clay, sand and...
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Approximately 4,300 square feet of Eco-Venetian pavers and 3,200 square feet of Villa Stone pavers were used in renovations to the buildings, walkways and main driveways at Ignatius House in Sandy Springs, Ga. Photos courtesy of Pavestone Company Surrounded by 20 acres of beautiful trees and hills is the Ignatius House in Sandy Springs, Georgia,...
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