Building a home? Need an update? Do you love the look of stone but don't know which to choose? Synthetic stone is a great option for the inside, outside, and any accessory around your home. These stones are lighter than natural stone which make them easier to install while still giving you the look that you've been dreaming of!
It's pouring down and you look out your window and see a river forming in your yard. The grass is gone, there's mud everywhere, and all you see is an eyesore. A dry creek bed is an excellent solution to your run-off issue that will redirect water to a distant area and will also turn that eyesore into a work of art! It's also a quick day project that's easy on your pocket.
So-you've finally decided that it's time to start that project you've been thinking over for weeks and weeks now. Exciting, right? You're on your way to purchase the products you need when you realize, “Shoot! How much of this stuff do I even need?!”. Check out our product calculators. Read more about this here...
So you want to have a little extra space to hang out this summer in the backyard. Your little concrete pad is just not cutting it anymore. Here's how to install a paver patio in just 5 steps (and one weekend!)
Three things you can do if erosion is happening to your yard to prevent it from worsening.
Recolor your dyed mulch in 5 simple steps!
Adding a fire pit to your yard is a great idea! We carry different options of fire pits here that use wall blocks and are easy to install
A step stone pathway is definitely an easy to do weekend project! Here's what to consider, and how to create your own in 5 steps.
Gravel can be used in all sorts of ways! When you think you can only use a certain product, you can more than likely use gravel instead.
Most everyone has heard of a retaining wall being made with either timbers or block material and most of the time, the question of “why?” comes up when discussing which one to choose.
Installing a gravel or stone driveway is more economical than a concrete, asphalt or paver driveway. Here are alternate options you should consider (and some to avoid).
The basic difference between flagstone and fieldstone is that flagstone is quarried (comes from beneath the ground) and fieldstone is on top of the ground (or in the case of our Tennessee stone, it comes from the side of a mountain). This results in products that are different in color and texture.