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Hardscapes can add continuity and flow between your house and garden. Such architectural additions to your landscape can be created from concrete, brick, wood, or from concrete pavers and stone. We can create your patio and walkway from whichever material that you feel best meets your personal taste, budget, and your landscaping needs. One material used for building patios and walkways that is currently very popular is interlocking concrete pavers. Concrete pavers can provide a durable and beautiful alternative to concrete or asphalt for patios, walkways, driveways, and fountains. The use of pavers provides numerous options for size, shape, color, and texture. Also, less cracking (as what often happens with concrete) occurs with the use of pavers because the surface is more flexible and able to withstand loads from traffic, wear, and weather. Moreover, if problems underground that require excavation occur, the pavers can simply be removed and later replaced. Our landscape team is just as experienced in the proper design and installation of concrete pavers for your patio and/or walkways as we are with the use of brick, concrete, stone, and wood.

Our paver installation team offers both years of experience and the benefit of knowledge that comes with completing certification programs.

Our paver installations include a combination of a proper base material, leveling pad, edge restraints, polymer joint sand, aggregates, and a wide variety of pavers. The key to a successful project is having knowledge and experience with compaction, drainage, leveling a base course, and optimal grades.

Our Hardscape services include:

   Design and Installation of:

  • Patios
  • Walkways
  • Decorative Walls
  • Sitting Walls
  • Pillars
  • Retaining Walls
  • Ramps
  • Driveways


   We also make repairs to existing Hardscapes.

   We also provide an upgrade service to older Hardscapes which use sand/stone dust as a joint material.  This involves pressure washing out the old jointing sand, making any repairs to the area to make it level once more, installing a polymer sand in between the joints and cleanup. Polymer sand is used as it will keep weed growth down to a minimal, we have had improvements of around 95%, it also keeps down the insect activity in the joints.  Unlike regular sand it will now wash away with rain, or be blown away by the wind.

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Greenleaf Lawn and Landscape | Call (609) 737-9265