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EcoLawn specializes in many different styles of paths, patios and permeable surfaces. We carry a wide variety of the most beautiful and functional materials to contrast your landscape and make your yard pop.

Interlocking Pavers

Pavers are a beautiful and cost effective alternative to concrete that offer character and detail to a driveway, path or patio. We offer a large variety of shapes, colors and patterns to give your yard an eloquent and unique look. Set up a free estimate and talk design with one of our experts.

Stone Work

Using natural slate, boulders or flagstone is a great way to achieve a natural look with functionality and durability. Flagstones are great for winding pathways through grass or garden space and offer a softer feel than other hardscape options. Boulders are a great way to construct a retaining wall, create focal point in a yard and add dimension.

Stepping Stones

EcoLawn offers a wide variety of stepping stone options that can achieve many different styles, from modern to rustic.


EcoLawn offers many forms of concrete such as smooth, colored, stamped, and exposed aggregate. We also provide poured in place retaining walls, concrete planters, and a variety of other decorative concrete applications.

Decomposed Granite

Also known as DG, decomposed granite is great way to create a traditional and beautiful hardscape or patio at fraction the cost of concrete or pavers. DG can offer a softer feel to your landscape and can be used for many applications.


Gravel and pebbles are a great way to add color and character to your yard and garden. It creates a clean and beautiful look without sacrificing permeability. It’s perfect for under trees and in cactus or succulent gardens. There are many different colors, shapes and sizes. Ask one of our specialists to show you some samples.

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