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Over 80 Years Serving the Washington Metropolitan Area

Replacing the paving on your patio is a great idea if you’ve recently moved into a home that has a poorly kept outdoor space. While replacing the paving with new stone can help add significant value to your property, it’s important that you take the time to get familiar with what to look for from a stone supplier.

From looking into the extent of experience that a supplier has to the variety of stone offered, you’ll be happier with the new stone if you take your time with comparing what’s available.

Variations of Stone

In order for the new stone to improve the appearance of your yard the most, you’ll want to take into consideration the other elements of your yard. From the types of plants outdoors to the kind of furniture that you own, this can all make a difference in how the stone looks. Choosing a similar style that works with the appearance of your yard can ensure that the finished look is up to your standards.

Availability and Cost

While it can be tempting to rush into getting stone installed for your paved patio or walkways, you’ll want to stop and take the time to consider how soon you can expect the stone to be installed and the cost. You may find that you won’t be able to get new stone put in for several weeks or that the costs vary more greatly than you had expected. Either way, you’ll want to be patient in order for you to be entirely happy with the price and finished job.

To get new stone installed outdoors, please contact us so that we can offer top-notch service at a reasonable price.

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Rockville

601 East Gude Drive
Rockville, Maryland 20850

Frederick

275 Interstate Circle
Frederick, Maryland 21704

Irwin Stone Logo

Rockville

601 East Gude Drive
Rockville, Maryland 20850

Frederick

275 Interstate Circle
Frederick, Maryland 21704

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