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Concrete vs Pavers: Which is Better?

Are you considering paving a walkway to your front door, adding a patio in your backyard, or putting in a new driveway? If so, you might be wondering if you should use concrete vs pavers. In this article, we’re going to break down five things to consider regarding both options, and what we recommend for. . . Read More

What Are Non-Stock Pavers?

Every paving stone is unique. If you came to Rickreall, OR, and looked through pallets of pavers in our yard, you wouldn’t find two that look exactly the same. In part, that’s what makes Western Interlock paving stones different from many mass-produced pavers you’ll find at Home Depot or Lowe’s.  Not only are our pavers. . . Read More

How to Design a Paving Stone Border

Paving stone borders tie your hardscape together while also making your project feel elegant and complete. That’s why, in this article, we’re going to teach you how to design a paving stone border.  Before you dive in, there are a few basic hardscape terms we’ll use in the article that are helpful to know. Border:. . . Read More

Meet Murata: The Ultimate Retaining Wall System

Want to accent your patio, retain a problem slope in your yard, contain soil, or build a fence to keep animals in or out? It sounds like you need a retaining wall. It’s easier than you think to build your retaining wall with our Murata™ retaining wall system. Keep reading to learn how. Why We. . . Read More

How to Build Stone Columns

Overview Difficulty: 2 Cost: 4 Est. time: 3–4 hours Materials Wall blocks Capstones Landscape fabric ¾” minus gravel Flexible Exterior Grade Construction Adhesive Landscape stakes Marking paint (white) Tools Work gloves Wheelbarrow Pickaxe Shovel Garden rake Broom Tamper Rubber mallet Line level 24-inch level Carpenter’s square Tape measure Caulk gun So you want to build. . . Read More

Granite, this is a Beautiful Paver

Here in the Northwest, the North Cascades have long been recognized for their spectacular beauty. Sometimes called the ‘American Alps’, the high alpine environment has attracted visitors with its sweeping panoramas and alpine meadows, but the main thing that makes this northern part of Washington State so beautiful is its rugged granite outcroppings. Sculpted by. . . Read More