Is taking on that DIY stone/landscaping project out in your yard stressing you out? We have your answer!

The news on the coronavirus front continues to be depressing: our governor Brian Kemp just extended the “Shelter-In-Place” order through the end of April on Wednesday (at least another 3 weeks of this staying at home… UGH!). On top of that, he also just banned vacation rentals throughout the state. Thankfully, the weather has warmedContinue reading “Is taking on that DIY stone/landscaping project out in your yard stressing you out? We have your answer!”

REPOST: BUILDING A LONG-LASTING PATIO IN GEORGIA

In the escalating effort to battle the spread of coronavirus our Georgia Governor Brian Kemp has issued a “Stay At Home” order for our entire state yesterday, taking effect later today at 6 p.m. and lasting through at least April 13th. This order can be extended any time between now and then if the situationContinue reading “REPOST: BUILDING A LONG-LASTING PATIO IN GEORGIA”

Stone building EDUCATION part 3: Laying down a walkway or patio over existing concrete pads

In this next article in our series on walkways and patios we outline a step by step process for how you can build a stone walkway or patio on top of existing concrete pads. In our most recent articles, we laid out the process for building a new walkway or patio from scratch, including diggingContinue reading “Stone building EDUCATION part 3: Laying down a walkway or patio over existing concrete pads”

Stone building EDUCATION, part 2: building a long-lasting patio in Georgia

In part 2 of our series on installing a walkway and/or patio around the outside of your home we focus this article on patios. More specifically, we are focusing on building a flagstone patio versus using pavers to build your patio. Is it more expensive? That depends on the type of pavers or flagstone youContinue reading “Stone building EDUCATION, part 2: building a long-lasting patio in Georgia”