Not only does a fire pit add to the beauty of an outdoor living space, creating a cozy nook for gatherings or quiet contemplation, but it’s a feature that lets you enjoy relaxing in the great outdoors beyond the summer season.
While events across the country are put on hold right now to practice social distancing, Polycor rolled out new virtual training and expertise for contractors interested in incorporating the timeless beauty of natural stone into their hardscapes and masonry projects.
Whether you’re considering replacing existing steps or are designing new construction, adding natural stone steps to a home’s exterior brings beauty and long lasting elegance to any entryway project.
If you’ve mastered the patio project, it’s time to add thin veneer installation to your skill set. This quick to apply material is an easy upgrade to outdoor kitchens, fireplaces, and building exteriors. Learn the quick and easy process to install Indiana limestone veneer and not only will your
One of the challenges of hardscape design is choosing materials that not only look good but are going to stand up to weather extremes, like Chicago summers and Massachusetts winters (or vice versa).
We spoke with two contractors in those two very different parts of the country who both have to
If your next project includes installing granite posts for lighting or a mailbox, you’ve picked a quick project that will add instant curb appeal.
In the battle between whether to choose concrete or Indiana Limestone for a hardscape project, the winner just might surprise you (we’re looking at you, limestone).
Let’s get ready to rumble!
Nothing dresses up a front entryway like a pretty garden wall and choosing Indiana limestone, part of Polycor’s hardscape lineup, for the project makes it a snap to get done in just one day.
If location is the key to property value, then landscape design (and strong contractor hands) are the keys to property enjoyment.
When choosing materials for your latest hardscape project, do you pass right over natural stone because you think it’s:
- Too pricey
- Won’t hold up over time
- More difficult to maintain than concrete?
What if we told you the answer was D: None of the above?