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Brick-It Starts with Blank Canvas on Long Beach Island, NJ

Brick-It Starts with Blank Canvas on Long Beach Island, NJ

 

For homeowners and contractors alike, starting a landscaping project from scratch with a completely blank canvas is always an exciting prospect. This hardscape project on Long Beach Island, NJ, provides the perfect opportunity for creative expression and stunning design. The yard is a neat rectangle with a level grading, leaving the design possibilities open to the imagination of Brick-It, the contractor in charge of the project.

 

Brick-It Starts with Blank Canvas on Long Beach Island, NJ

 

The area has been prepared with a crushed gravel base and is ready for the application of bedding sand. Brick-It have decided to take full advantage of this area with an extensive hardscape design, keeping landscape maintenance for the homeowners to a minimum, while maintaining a sophisticated and welcoming front yard design. 

 

Brick-It Starts with Blank Canvas on Long Beach Island, NJ

For this project, Unilock Transition pavers will be used. Transition pavers present a simple, sleek appearance with subtle natural textures and a range of gentle, earthy color options. With Transition pavers, variation and flexibility are ensured with their easy-to-handle 5.875″ X 5.875″ X 2.375″ Square and 9″ X 5.875″ X 2.375″ Rectangle units. As well as being perfectly suited to pedestrian and residential vehicular applications, Transition pavers are tough enough to be able to handle commercial driveways and parking areas. EnduraColor Facemix Technology ensures that these pavers maintain their colors and are well equipped to deal with daily wear from vehicles and foot traffic. These traits also make Transition pavers ideal for this coastal hardscape project, where rain, sun and seaspray pose no obstacle for these durable pavers.


PROJECT CREDITS:

Brick-It
268 Forge Rd
West Creek, New Jersey 08092
Phone +1 609-296-8288
https://www.facebook.com/pages/Brick-It/

 

Brick-It Starts with Blank Canvas on Long Beach Island, NJ