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Rather than spending just a few days or a week away from home each year, imagine a full month or even the entire summer season on vacation…Now you have a “Stay-cation!”
“I have a poured concrete patio I would like to cover with pavers, can I do this and how?”
The perfect place to start planning and to become inspired is our beautiful outdoor showroom! It is a one stop shop where you can ask our experts questions, see incredible design ideas and take home samples.
It’s interesting to hear what people have to say about Unilock®, especially the artisans that design with our products quite frequently.
Sherbourne Common, Waterfront Toronto is a stunning park that has transformed a former industrial area into a public green space on the lake. It was recently just named one of the World’s Best New Parks and was also honoured by Construction Canada for its use of hardscape.
The concept of 3D design is not as new as you may think. However, in the so called “mainstream” world the concept is almost unheard of. So why is it that a vast majority of people have not utilized or been enlightened by the 3D design technology that is available today? Yes, there are endless commercials that advertise 3D televisions, but we’re talking about the capability of designing landscapes with 3D models: the power of seeing a project long before it is complete. As a result of this prevailing technology, both homeowners and contractors everywhere are finally able to answer the question, “what will the design look like?” And this is all thanks to 3D design.
Have you ever walked on pavement in the rain? I am assuming at one time or another you have and were forced to dodge puddles. As a result I’m sure you had wet shoes or maybe even socks.
Where do you want to add landscape lighting? Perhaps to your patio, driveway or pool deck. Wherever it may be paver lighting adds ambience to any design. Whether it’s a sidewalk, driveway, patio, garden and retaining wall system, courtyard, pool deck, road way or even a commercial site like a bike path or parking lot, adding paver lighting adds beauty, functionality and most importantly safety. Incorporating a lighting system into a new paver project is a great way to add a dynamic effect while increasing the level of safety by clearly defining the area for pedestrians or vehicles. In addition to ambience and safety it will also increase the value to a residential or commercial property. All things to strongly consider when planning your next landscape project.
Prior to coming to work at Unilock, I worked for 20 years in the green industry. Actually, I come from a family of landscapers and always knew where my career path would lead. I worked summers and weekends for a very talented landscaper during high school and decided to pursue horticulture in college. That was where I was trained in design and that training served me well both as a designer and installer over the years.
As of now, your project area is beginning to take shape with a solid prepared base. The next step is laying the pavers where you can finally begin to see your plan take action! The following guidelines will help ensure your project is exactly what you have imagined.