Patios and Walkways
Patios and walkways serve as extensions of your indoor living space, guiding you out through an oasis of tranquility. There is a wide range of material types for all hardscape applications from natural wall stone and clay pavers to cast concrete wall block and pavers. We can provide you the look you want while maintaining a practical perspective on the project, resulting in a quality finished product that our residential and commercial clients can enjoy for years to come.
The key to long lasting patios and walkways
Although many companies can make a patio or walkway look nice, the key to making it long lasting is the preparation work required to ensure stability. This work includes excavating out the loam or unsuitable material to the proper depth, filling the area back in and compacting the stone and gravel in lifts to avoid settling later, using a screed on the top layer of sand or stone dust to ensure proper pitch and run off and making sure the finish grade comes together, not just on the patio and the walkway, but the entire property to ensure the line of vision is smooth and uninterrupted.
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Walkways and patios creates an interesting angle around the home and redefine your experience of your passage through your home and backyard.
Even simple walkway enhances the entrance of your home, the first experience of yourself and guests as they arrive.
Turn a backyard into an oasis through walkways, patios, and landscaping: extend your living space outside your home.
Let New England Enterprises create your oasis of tranquility for your home with a patio, walkway, deck or complete landscape construction project. Contact us for more information on any of our services or request a consultation to get you started on your project.
We would highly recommend New England Enterprises to anyone who is need of excavation services. We had a very wet cellar as the result of a collapsed drainpipe. Touré and Paul responded to our needs in a prompt and professional manner. They explained the problem to us in terms that we could understand and were… “John Curcio and Michelle Spirlet”