Stone and Paver Patios
Whatever your vision — from a simple place to hang out in the backyard to a large-scale, resort-style environment — Horizon Landscape can accommodate your Bergen County patio project. We’ve been helping homeowners in New Jersey turn their landscaping dreams into reality for more than 45 years.
Patio Installer in Northern New Jersey
From our headquarters in Wyckoff, we design and build stone and paver patios for clients in Bergen County, Passaic County and Essex County and throughout Northern Jersey. We are a full-service landscape contractor licensed by the state, and we’re well equipped to tackle any size or style of patio project. Our responsive, fully staffed office team is always available to answer any questions you have throughout the process.
Patio Installation Process
- It all starts with a call to our team. We’ll schedule a free consultation with one of our landscape designers, who will learn more about your vision and understand the size and scope of your project.
- Next, our design team will provide you with an estimate if it’s a small patio project. For a larger project that requires a 3D or scaled site plan, our designers will give you an estimate for a professional design. Design fees are credited back to your project.
- After the design phase, we’ll provide you with a patio estimate. Once you sign off on the project, we’ll work directly with your town on permitting and approvals.
- Next, we’ll schedule your patio installation and break ground.
- Last but not least, you can enjoy your new natural stone or paver patio!
Stone and Paver Patio Options
The patios we build in Northern New Jersey range from a simple 500 square-foot paver patio in a small backyard to expansive natural stone patios with an outdoor kitchen, pavilion or pergola, hot tub, fire pit and more. Whether your home is new construction in need of an entire backyard or you’re looking to renovate an existing space, our professional landscape designers and experienced stonemasons and certified hardscape installers are qualified to create the patio you’ve been dreaming about.
Material options include pavers and natural stone. Bluestone is the most common natural stone used for patios in New Jersey. Bluestone comes in natural cleft or thermal cut texture options. Color choices include all-blue or the full range of color, also called off-color.
Pavers, which are also known as bricks or blocks, come in endless options from several different manufacturers. Horizon Landscape offers product lines from Cambridge, Techo Bloc, EP Henry and more. Pavers are typically more affordable than natural stone, and many of today’s options mimic natural stone, giving homeowners the chance to have the look of a high-end natural stone patio for less. Whatever your preference, our professional landscape designers and installers can make it happen.
Paver & Stone Options
|Natural Stone||Since they are made from natural stone, paver stones have distinct colors and patterns that give the finished product a memorable design. Paver stones are available in a variety of materials including travertine, limestone, granite, flagstone, and marble. Like all natural stone products, paver stones tend to be more expensive than man-made materials. If cost is a concern, but you still want the stone look, a man-made paver with a stone veneer might solve your dilemma.|
|Clay Brick||Made from clay bonded together using high heat and pressure, clay brick pavers are very durable. Think tough enough to last centuries. They come in dozens of shapes, sizes, and styles. They’re also brighter than other building materials, and their color doesn’t fade with time.|
|Concrete Pavers||One of the most popular options available, concrete pavers are made of cement and aggregate. They’re practical, affordable, and durable enough to handle heavy traffic and harsh weather conditions with ease. With a wide rainbow of colors to select from, concrete pavers can be dyed to fit the most demanding color scheme, even one that requires them to look like natural stone.|
|Bluestone||Quarried in the Northeast, bluestone has interesting color variations and distinct finishes. Like all stone, it’s exceptionally durable and withstands extreme temperatures. Because bluestone is locally available and easily accessible, it can be added to your landscape design less expensively than you might imagine. Bluestone is used for both hardscape walls and walking surfaces, such as bluestone patios.|
|Pennsylvania Fieldstone||PA fieldstone has many of the color and durability characteristics of bluestone, but is used in vertical surfaces such as retaining walls because of its shape.is locally Its color leans more to dark brown and gray than bluestone and has a smoother finish.|
|Potato Rock||Potato rock is similar to Pennsylvania fieldstone, but is generally smaller, more round, and lighter in color—most often light beige, but ranges to dark grey as well. Potato rock is primarily used in vertical surfaces and often set with concrete or mortar.|
|Quartz||Quartz is a very hard rock that comes in a variety of colors. It is sometimes used for flat surfaces such as walkways and pool patios.|
|Limestone||Limestone is used as an accent stone. As such it is often used for borders and stair treads. Its consistent, whitish color and rough natural texture make it a striking contrast to other hardscape surfaces like stone patios. Limestone rock is generally cut two to four inches thick depending on intended use.|
Call us today to schedule a free patio consultation. Our designers will help make your backyard dreams come true in no time!
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