We excel at hardscaping with patio pavers to turn patios into the natural extension of a home. Whether its simple garden paths or an elaborately artistic hardscape pattern, Steadfast’s custom stone patio builder team can make the threshhold of your home an interactive and enticing space.
Some homeowners opt for simplicity in patio design, while others want their patios to offer some living room comforts like outdoor kitchens, hot tubs, fire pits, wicker furniture and low voltage accent lights. Some want the standard barbeque grill and picnic table. Some want to relax to the trickling over smooth stones or down a bamboo spout. Our custom stone patio builder helps you think through what components that would add to your privacy, shade, or entertainment.
Patios Integrate with Landscaping
Because a patio is level with the ground-level grade, patios can integrate nicely with the landscaping. Steadfast can also work with landscapers to enhance your homes curb appeal. Like the frame of a picture, integrating well-thought out landscaping combined with patio and sidewalk design can greatly enhance your visitors’ first impression. We can make your home a lively and colorful haven with a spring garden or fall foliage.
Patios Made of Stones or Stamped Concrete
We can help match an ideal hardscaping material to your homes exterior. You may choose whether you want a flagstone patio, patio stones, stamped concrete, or other hardscapes. Steadfast’s custom stone patio builder can form a small stone retaining wall along a wrap-around walkway leading to your patio. Maybe you want other amenities such as outdoor cooking areas, natural sitting areas, or wider sidewalks. Steadfast can do all this. We pay attention to detail. A good patio includes good drainage away from the house and foundation, proportional lines, and attentiveness to detail. Everything must be level, or it will be easily noticable. Your home need not end at your back door. Compared to indoor living, patios require low maintenance while giving you valuable extra living space. Contact us today so our custom stone patio builder team can begin!
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Frequently Asked Questions
Concrete is one of the most popular patio materials and the cheapest material you can use to build a hard-surface patio. Concrete is made of aggregates and paste—concrete aggregates can be crushed stone, sand, gravel, or even shells; the paste is made up of water and cement.
Because concrete begins as a paste and then hardens, it’s a great material for building a custom-shaped patio. Stamped concrete—created by pressing flexible polyurethane stamps into freshly poured concrete—can be dyed almost any color, mimic the texture of stone or brick, or even include fun designs, like animal footprints or geometric patterns.
Concrete Paver Patios
Pavers are manufactured concrete stones that come in a number of shapes and colors. Unlike poured or stamped concrete, pavers can be replaced individually—if one cracks, there’s no need to replace the entire patio.
Brick patios are a classic look. Although brick doesn’t vary much in color and cannot be dyed, it can be arranged in many different patterns to create a unique look. Because it’s porous, brick offers good drainage as water can easily flow through the spongy clay.
Stone patios are undeniably beautiful. Flagstone, slate, bluestone, and limestone are popular materials for stone patio surfaces. Stone patios can shift with the ground, so they won’t erode over time and aren’t likely to crack. But if a stone does break, it can often be replaced without tearing up the whole surface.
Though elegant and classic, stone is an expensive patio choice. Each stone needs to be quarried and specifically fitted together by shape. Also keep in mind that this patio material can also can become very hot in the sun or slippery after rain.
Yes, we can! If you are looking for classic luxury and an incredible addition to your backyard, pergolas are the way to go. Steadfast Construction’s Pergolas will give your backyard an elegant design as well as a warm inviting character. It also provides a special shadow and even better it can be rain proof by adding fiber glass sheets which can be 100% clear so you still have natural light to enjoy at any time or opaque to enjoy a full shade.
- After contacting our office, we typically set up a time to meet and discuss your project at the project location.
- During our appointment we discuss your options as far as the materials to be used, as well as budget and design considerations.
- A proposal is prepared which includes pricing and estimated start and end dates. Typically, we will also prepare digital renderings at this stage.
- If and when you decide to move forward with the project, we ask that you sign the proposal and email or mail it to us along with any retainer deposit listed in your payment schedule section of your invoice.
- At this point, we will add your project to our schedule! Note that all dates are subject to change if approvals from zoning or building departments are delayed or weather delays the project. Any delays in the start date will be communicated to you if they arise.
- When applicable, plans will be drawn up using a computer program for homeowner to see the construction details prior to submitting plans to the building department. As the homeowner, you are responsible for homeowner’s association approval.
- If applicable all permits and approvals through the zoning and building department will be completed by us, unless otherwise stated in the original proposal.
- The project begins! Homeowners are urged to keep back doors locked at all times during the building process to ensure safety of children and pets in the home while the work is being undertaken.
- During the building phase, you are encouraged to ask questions or address any concerns as they may arise regarding the project progressed. The crew foreman or project managers are more than happy to assist with these.
- Upon completion of the project there will be a final walk through completed with you and an employee of Steadfast Construction to ensure that you review and sign off on the completed work. At this time all remaining balances will need be collected.