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Paver and Flagstone Patios

Paver and Flagstone Patios

Pavers make a great stone to use to build outdoor living spaces. Pavers are actually one of the most popular materials for patios today. It’s not surprising given the unlimited visual possibilities that patio pavers provide. New home builders and landscaping contractors use pavers on an enormous amount of projects every year.

Pavers are known for their charm and can easily make any property stand out. There is an endless supply of patio paver designs available. It makes it easy to achieve any look or theme.

If you’re looking to get a patio or pathway with pavers, we’ll be happy to help you. We at NW Landscape Management can create fantastic patios using high-quality natural stone.

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Patio and Hardscape Installation

Patio and Hardscape Installation

Any landscape can be enhanced with the addition of Hardscapes. NW Landscape Management, Inc. specializes in hardscape installation. We are your local landscape contractor and we’re licensed, bonded and insured.

Often times we use stone patios as an accent to your property. They also make great centerpieces to your outdoor living space. A stone patio requires very little maintenance and withstands our Pacific Northwest weather. There are a variety of natural stones to work with. They all have different colors and textures.

We highly recommend flagstone for pavers when paving a patio. These natural stones are very durable. They make great patio materials being that they come in many shapes and sizes, and they are flat. Flagstone requires almost zero maintenance.

To ensure a well-built patio, we pay close attention to the details. During the construction of hardscaping, we excavate the area. Then we fill the area and compact base material before we set the stone. If you prefer grouting that is impervious to weeds, water, cracking and fading, we can fill the joints with polymeric sand.