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Common Landscaping and Masonry applications include walkways, outdoor fire pits, outdoor kitchens, patios, entryways, columns and retaining walls.

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Why is stone such a common material for multiple applications?

First, stone is an extremely durable and versatile building material. It can be formed into just about any object or shape to fit nearly any application. Stone requires little maintenance once it’s installed, and will last longer than most other building materials. Stone structures have survived thousands of years of use on planet earth, and are still in use today!

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Of course, the biggest difference between pavers and concrete is aesthetics. If you choose concrete, your design can be anything from a clean gray to an intricate pattern of colors and textures. Pavers come in a wide variety of colors and designs that can vary greatly depending on what you’re looking for…

Pavers are more versatile than concrete surfaces because they offer the flexibility to pave any patio area with a single material. While concrete patios require different coatings or styles on different areas, pavers are easy to match together in whatever design you have in mind. You can even change up the color scheme as needed by simply replacing individual pavers if desired.

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Stone, brick and concrete are relatively expensive installation options, but their longevity makes them an investment. When you choose to install these hardscapes, you may notice a slight difference in the price from supplier to supplier. While this tends to be based on factors such as cost of materials and labor, there will also be differences between suppliers’ pricing because of each company’s expertise, or local landscaping companies vs bloated national franchises.

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