Premier Design/Build Landscaping Serving Delaware Valley's Main Line
P. O. Box 183, Fairview Village, PA 19409
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Patios, walkways and walls are referred to as Hardscaping. By nature these elements are merely functional, but when designed correctly, are as beautiful and interesting as the surrounding gardens. Hardscaping is used to create 'outdoor rooms', like an addition to your home. We have used a variety of materials, including: flagstone, brick, pavers, tile, field stone and concrete. Installations can be done wet (with masonry cement on concrete) or dry laid on a crushed stone base. These elements are really the 'backbone' of the garden, and can be retro-fitted to an existing landscape or be part of a fresh one.


  • Interlocking Concrete Pavers
  • Brick Pavers
  • Clay Pavers
  • Landscape Pavers
  • Natural Stone Paving
  • Flag Stone
  • Belgian Block
  • Bluestone
  • Boulders
  • Masonry Flatwork
  • Masonry Walls
  • Interlocking Retaining Walls
  • Natural Stone Retaining Walls

Interlocking concrete pavers provide a durable and beautiful alternative to concrete or asphalt for patios, walkways, driveways, fountains...even streets. Over 200 million square feet of pavers have been installed in North America, and the popularity of these materials is rising steadily. Numerous options exist for size, shape, color and texture.




Before & After

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Slide left and right to view the transformation.

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When installed correctly, the surface is flexible, withstanding loads from traffic, wear and weather. The joints between each paver are filled with sand; this enables loads to be transferred to adjacent units in a pattern similar to asphalt. The joints eliminate the cracking common to concrete surfaces.

If problems underground require excavation, the pavers are simply removed and later replaced; no materials are wasted. Most paver installations allow air and moisture to penetrate, allowing for the health of plant roots. Pavers stand up well to snow removal processes and resist deicing salts better than conventional asphalt or concrete pavement.

Retaining walls are much more than systems for holding soil. They can be designed of various materials, colors, textures, shapes, and configurations. Their placement can extend the architecture of your structures into the landscape, or soften the straight lines and corners. They can divide areas, border planting beds, terrace slopes, create landscape areas, or just accent special features. They can be used against, or in conjunction with concrete, asphalt, wood, gravel, ground covers, or lawns.