Red Isle Contracting Ltd.
The client wanted stone steps with a free flowing transition into paving stones on the ground. Expocrete stones were used in conjunction with Silca system for the steps and path, then a non grooved Trex board was installed over the fascia creating a nice border. This was our first install using Silca system; we were very pleased with the results and more importantly, so was the customer.
Brule Enterprises Ltd.
Serving the Ottawa Area
This customer wanted to take full advantage of their gorgeous backyard without interfering with the drainage culvert running along the back of the property line.
This home had limited access to the backyard; completing this project with Silca Grates enabled us to transport all necessary materials without difficulty. The customer’s hopes of expanding the hardscaping over the entire property were fulfilled, thus allowing full use of the area around the pool.
Buist Landscaping Inc.
Servicing Hamilton, Burlington & Oakville
This customer was looking to elevate the look of their backyard by creating an inviting living space, while also getting waterproof storage below the deck.
They are in a mature subdivision and their property is surrounded by fences and landscaping, leaving limited access for equipment. This customer had some concerns about how the work was going to get completed. However, by using Paverdeck we limited the need for conventional equipment to complete the job and allowed us to easily bring the necessary product to the backyard. This multi-level first mortared flagstone Paverdeck provided the customer with the desired waterproof storage, by adding skirting around the entirety of the deck.
Our customer was very pleased with the overall results and happy there was limited damage to the surrounding property.
Precision Deck and Fence
Servicing Grey & Bruce Counties
This customer had a pressure-treated wood deck they were looking to renovate. While exploring options they came across Stone Deck Innovations and found a perfect solution. The fear of moss or mold returning was a primary reason they chose Silca Grate over composite decking. With stone on the deck, we could guarantee better results, with less maintenance.
The customer’s yard was fully landscaped, had a septic tank under the deck and the cottage had been built lower than the existing landscaping around it, so bringing in large equipment or using conventional systems was not possible. The Silca Grates made this transformation possible and allowed us to cover the septic tank, while still providing the customer access when needed.
Our client was very pleased with the results! They have another deck on the other side of the cottage which now will also be upgraded to match after seeing the great results of the stone with Silca Grate.