The advantages of adding a stone walkway to your home increases its value and adds to its attractiveness. Incorporating a walkway in a high traffic area adds more stable footing for you, your family, and guests plus preserves the integrity of your lawn.
The design specialists at Shearer Patio & Landscape Services will design a classic, modern, or rustic walkway for your home in a variety of mediums and colors. Choose from pavers, stone, cobblestone, granite, and brick. Your new walkway, whether a stone walkway or a brick paver walkway, will be color coordinated to match and accentuate the outside of your home.
Our experienced team of expert craftsmen will ensure the stability and safety of the construction of each walkway. We can even create beautiful and illuminating walkway lighting to enhance your stone walkway and provide added safety. We provide our services to both residential and commercial clientele and our expertise is unmatched in the industry.
Contact us today to create the path that leads to the walkway of your dreams!
Shearer Patio & Landscape Services provides services in Bexley, Blacklick, Columbus, Delaware, Dublin, Gahanna, Galena, Grove City, Hilliard, Lewis Center, Marysville, New Albany, Pickerington, Powell, Upper Arlington, Westerville and Worthington.
Create a Beautiful Stepping Stone Walkway Right in Your Backyard
Want to add a little something special to your yard? Stone pathways are just the thing for you! Not only are stepping stones visually appealing, but they are also quite useful and functional. Here are a few ways to use them in your yard:
- Put stepping stones in your unmulched or mulched plant beds to cut down on the amount of dirt that gets tracked into your house during rainy weather.
- Put stepping stones in your lawn, so you can use them to absorb the pounding that comes with heavy foot traffic. You can also prevent your grass from experiencing problems related to compaction.
- If you’re a butterfly lover, stepping-stones can actually attract butterflies to your yard! Since these insects are cold-blooded, they are drawn to heat-absorbing elements, such as stepping stones, to keep themselves warm.
Consider Your Yard’s Layout
Before installing a stone pathway, you’ll want to consider a few basic questions. For instance, where would be the best place to put your path? If you’ve already got a beaten path running through your yard, that pretty much answers the question for you. Otherwise, you’ll want to think about factors such as the layout of your land and how you and your family use it.
Looking for outdoor heating, landscaping or stone pathways? Whatever your landscaping and heating needs may be, the design specialists at Shearer Patio & Landscape Services are here to help.