Let our experts tackle the complexities of natural stone installation for your next project.
Choosing to complete a hardscaping project for your home in Wilmington, North Carolina or one of the surrounding areas is often a great investment. Hardscaping gives your property distinction and useable spaces like patios, walkways, paths, and much more. Here at Evans Landscapes & Design Inc., we want to help you get the attractive features that you want for your yard. We offer a variety of different materials to utilize for your hardscaping features, including natural stone.
Natural stone comes with many advantages, but needs to be installed correctly by professionals in order to be a lasting feature. Man-made features like bricks or pavers are favored by some because they are all uniform in shape and thickness, making installation easier and faster. However, when it comes to longevity, durability and organic beauty, natural stone installation cannot be beat. We are skilled when it comes to working with natural stone in varied or consistent sizing, and we can still work efficiently with this complex material.
We believe that when you build something with fine craftsmanship the first time, then you only need to build it once to enjoy lasting results. We are so confident that you will appreciate the results of your project that we offer a 24-month workmanship warranty on natural stone installation and other services. In addition to our workmanship warranty, we also have certifications and accreditations from the Interlocking Concrete Paving Institution, North Carolina Masonry Association, and a Master Certification from AllanBlock. Our experience, background and skills are able to offer you the natural stone installation that you will love. For more information about our many installation services, please contact us today.
At Evans Landscapes & Design Inc., we offer natural stone installation services in Hampstead, Topsail Beach, Surf City, Wilmington, Carolina Beach, Castle Hayne, Ogden, Myrtle Grove, Wrightsboro, Wrightsville Beach, Leland, and Sneads Ferry, North Carolina.