Cinderblock is a common choice for retaining wall construction – but the adhesives used to hold a wall together will break down over time. Find out more at Hursthouse.com.
Find out more at Hursthouse.com.
At Hursthouse, we can finish the stone in your landscape for a smooth and rounded look – or opt for a more rough and natural appearance.
Clay pavers are available in a variety of sizes.
Reclaimed clay pavers give your landscape a wonderful old-world look – and they’ve been proven to last for hundreds of years.
Not all pavers are created equal!
Wire-cut clay pavers, like the one at left, have a more textured surface that can be helpful for high-traffic areas like your driveway or sidewalk. Pressed clay pavers, like the one at right, might be more suitable for your patio.
Pavers with a smooth surface – as shown at left in the photo – work well on a patio or walkway, where chipping is unlikely. “Tumbled” or “cobbled” pavers – like the one shown at right – have a rough surface, so that if chipping does occur if won’t stand out like a sore thumb. They’re an excellent choice for your driveway, where an errant snow plow could cause the occasional chip.