Does your Southern California home feature sloping or elevated yard spaces? Read more…
Steps are important especially in elevated or uneven landscape environments. They make safe pathways so you can navigate outdoor areas of your home conveniently. But more than allowing you enjoy maximum use of your yard, outdoor steps can also add to the overall beauty and value of your home. Read more…
Your patio is the extension of your home. It’s only natural that you want it inviting and easy to care. You can use various materials in designing your patio, but pavers make an excellent choice for this. Read more…
What makes an interlocking paving stone system flexible? Read more…
Paving stones are a popular hardscaping choice among homeowners because of their flexibility and extreme durability.
This material can be installed in almost any area in your outdoor living space to enhance its look and feel. Design options also vary, which means you can customize patterns to what would work best with your home’s architectural theme.
Let’s talk about how you can transform outdoor areas in your home using paving stones.
It’s frustrating how your beautiful paving stones can turn to an eyesore once weeds start to appear. As much as possible, you want your outdoor flooring to continue leaving a positive impression on guests.
When installed properly, paving stones should be able to retain their strength and visual appeal. Contractors, these days, make use of a special type of sand that helps prevent weed growth and insect infiltration.
More often than not, it boils down to personal preference. However, for some homeowners, it can also turn out overwhelming. You may be unsure where to start, what your choices are, or how to communicate your needs to your designer.
In this post, we’ll talk about few tips how you can explore your paving stone options so you can make an informed decision. Let’s get started.
Thinking of installing pavers in your driveway, patio, or any unused yard space at home?
Chances are you’ve come across some negative feedback and you still cannot decide whether to give the project a go.
In this post, we’ll talk about common misconceptions about pavers and why they shouldn’t hold you back.
Let’s get started.
When we need clean water, it’s only a tap away. And it’s nice to think it’ll stay as simple as that.
However, California is currently braving the toughest drought recorded in history. The Sierra Nevada snowpack, which we rely on to replenish 30 percent of our water supply, is on a record low this year. Situation in water reservoirs doesn’t look good either.
Now more than ever, we need to evaluate our water usage and take conservation more seriously.
What happens when you dump 5,000 gallons of water on your driveway?
If it’s a permeable paver driveway, the water goes into the aquifer or a storage tank for later use. To prove the system works, the above video shows 2,000 gallons of water being dumped with zero runoff—all the water went to the holding tank not, the over-taxed storm drains!