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DESIGN PLANNING

This is a very commonly asked question from many of our customers. Hardscape and Landscape plans are far more involved than just deciding which plants to  purchase and where to plant them. Today's approach to designing utilizies a bevy of ideas (not just plants); including hardscaping, outdoor fireplaces, kitchens, decks,...


VERSA-LOK RETAINING WALL OPTIONS

A Versa-Lok retaining wall is an excellent solution for any retaining wall landscaping needs you might have. They are attractive, cost effective, durable, and can be used in a variety of landscaping applications. If you're in need of a retaining wall solution, it's an excellent idea to talk to a contractor who specializes in design and installation possibilities available to you.


STAINED CONCRETE

Most newer homes have concrete as the prevalent floor material around the house. Typical remodeling concepts cover the floor with carpet, wood, tile, etc. However, recent trends have been spicing up existing concrete with acid stains, rather than trying to hide it.


STAMPED CONCRETE

Stamped concrete is increasingly the material of choice for many home design projects. Stamped concrete patios are designed to look like flagstone, Spanish tile, or quarry stone. Other stamped concrete patterns are used as kitchen counters, beautiful ceramic tile façades on the wall, and a fireplace hearth. This technique is not new, and has been so well refined, that you've likely walked past it, or over it, and assumed it was real quarry stone or fired tile.


HOUSE FLIPPING, BY MIKE FOURNIER, TULSA

For the past several years single-family housing investors have been playing the buy and hold game. Strong rental demand and soft home prices made that the best bet. Now, with home prices up more than 12 percent from a year ago, the strategy is suddenly changing.


SUPERIOR SERVICE

A wise man (or woman) once said "Every customer expects superior service, excellent quality or workmanship, and a low price. Unfortunately, you can only have 2 of the 3."


ICPI CERTIFICATION

In 1995, ICPI designed the ICPI Certified installer program. In conjunction with the APIC, the program recognizes companies that consistently install interlocking concrete pavers to industry guidelines, best practices, and according to professional principles.


HOW TO HIRE A CONTRACTOR

How To Hire a Contractor


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