Natural stone is durable and can be used alone or in conjunction with other masonry structures.
This stone mailbox was constructed to match the existing stone located on the front entrance of the home.
Original wood steps were replaced. Stone steps were constructed as an alternative to brick. North Carolina flagstone was used for this project.
In this instance the homeowner wanted to create an outdoor space that complemented the surroundings. Tennessee crab orchard and Tennessee flagging were used to create a patio that accentuates planting beds and a water feature. Lighting was installed at various locations to add to the design.
This homeowner wanted to install a new grill that was accessible from the kitchen area. The stone grill was constructed using Tennessee flagstone to match the existing stone. The countertop is honed stone which is very durable and still keeps the desired look.
These clients had an idea to replace a damaged brick entrance using stone. The existing brick were removed and replaced using North Carolina fitted stone. Surrounding brickwork was repointed and upon completion the homeowners had a great new look for their front entrance.
Working with a contractor Imagine Brick created an entirely new entrance. The design is based on elliptical shapes that are repeated to create a distinctive entrance unlike any other. Copper Bay, a natural stone was constructed in a fitted pattern.
Original brick coping around pool was removed and replaced with North Carolina flagstone in a natural pattern set in mortar. A new brick wall capped in North Carolina flagstone was constructed along with new privacy walls with entrance gates.
The homeowner was looking to add a covered outdoor space and patio to their back yard. They selected North Carolina fitted stone as an alternative to tile. And used paver brick in a Herringbone pattern for the patio. Imagine Brick constructed the masonry portion of this project working directly with the contractor. The homeowners now have a great space to enjoy and entertain guests - with virtually no maintenance.
This retaining wall was constructed using North Carolina flagstone in a natural pattern. The homeowner added a lower section to an existing driveway. Imagine Brick constructed the third car garage area and added a window at ground level directly behind the retaining wall. The wall was constructed in a serpentine design to contain the landscape and accent the home.
The homeowners had planned to construct a pool and wanted to create an area for outdoor entertaining. Upon meeting with Imagine Brick a design was created, options discussed and once all details were finalized the outdoor kitchen was constructed. Imagine Brick created the stone and masonry kitchen foundation. Other contractors then installed the counter top and appliances.
The homeowner wanted a path to gain access to the back of their yard to pull a waste container each week. Pennsylvania bluestone was installed over a concrete base in a natural flagstone pattern.
The homeowner wanted a new look for their entrance. North Carolina bluestone was installed over the concrete stoop and step treads.
The client had complete illustrations of what they wanted for a new entrance. The concrete was damaged and the owners needed wheelchair access. Existing concrete was removed entirely and a new stone planter was constructed. A new sloped concrete access was constructed according to the homeowners' plans.
These clients had an idea for a new flag stone patio area. They choose North Carolina flagstone. Drainage was an issue in the area prior to constructing the patio addition. To solve this, we constructed the patio to channel water into the new planting areas. Upon completion, we had solved their drainage problem and given them new space for outdoor entertaining.