Of all the available styles of landscaping and hardscaping, natural stone pavers are among the most sought-after installations we design and build at Country Setting Landscapes. This prized building material fits so many styles of home and so many scenarios, and has been installed by our team across Long Island for residential homes, contractors, property owners and artisans. The decorative possibilities are nearly endless when it comes to integrating the beauty and functionality of natural stone with any outdoor environment, such as with the installation of our natural stone paver walkways.
When moving about a property, the flow and structure of its walkways gives an impression of order and exploration. Well-placed walkways make a property more conducive for year-round use, and make far-off corners of any garden or estate instantly accessible. We integrate our natural stone paver walkways with other types of landscape architecture, hardscaping and structures to form a cohesive design.
Some of the types of natural stone paver walkway materials we build with include granite, slate, marble, bluestone, flagstone and limestone. The type of stone used varies greatly depending on the client’s design ideals and goals. Some walkways must withstand extreme weather conditions in Nassau County or Suffolk County such as wind, water and freezing temperatures, while others must withstand heavy use – either from foot traffic or vehicles. The idea is to use a style of stone that will stand the test of time. Our walkways are built to last throughout the years with only minimal maintenance required, and to spare you the troublesome process of having to replace cracked or broken stones.
With so many finishes, colors, designs and textures available, in Long Island the most exciting walkways are Country Setting Landscapes natural stone paver walkways. Choose from options such as honed, thermal, polished and flamed finishes, or shapes such as squares, circles, diamonds and hexagons. If you can imagine it, we will work diligently until it is built!
To discover more about the age-old tradition of constructing with natural stone in Long Island, please contact our team today for a Country Setting Landscapes consultation.