Pavers come in a variety of shapes, sizes, colors and materials and may be chosen for functional or aesthetic purposes, or occasionally both. Following are examples of how we’ve used pavers in various customer installations. (click on images to enlarge photos)
This Canyon Park homeowner wanted an attractive but low maintenance yard. We removed the existing grass and installed a gravel path with pavers flanked by bark beds and native plants.
At this Bothell residence, we removed the previous rockery and grass in a shaded backyard area. In its place, we installed a new flagstone patio with a modest retaining wall, creating an inviting environment for entertaining in the yard.
This Mount Vernon homeowner wanted to increase the size of their driveway to create a turnaround. They had already reached the maximum impermeable square footage of their property, so we came up with a creative solution: concrete pavers with a gravel transition border to the existing pavement. (click photo to enlarge image)
This back yard buildout in Clearview included design and installation of a tiered retaining wall, new fire pit surrounded by concrete pavers, and stairs leading down to the house.
At this new home in Woodinville, the owner wanted a pathway of pavers to stroll through the yard, ending in a checkerboard pattern at the corner retaining wall. We installed the square pavers and sod together, flanked by fresh organic topsoil and native plantings.
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