We also specialize in pathways, patios, and garden walls such as:
When planning your walkway, start by thinking about the traffic it will need to accommodate. If you have a lot of people coming and going, you’ll need a wider path. If you have small children, you might want to consider a sturdier surface like concrete or brick to prevent them from slipping.
Once you’ve decided on the width and surface of your walkway, it’s time to start dreaming about shape. One of the simplest and most popular shapes is a straight path from one point to another. But if you want to add some interest, try winding your path around plants or other features in your yard.
No matter what shape or surface you choose, make sure to take into account the grade of your yard. If you have a steep slope, you might want to use steps or a ramp to make it easier to get around.
When it comes to landscaping for patios and walkways, the possibilities are endless.