Located in the Providence Plantation subdivision in Charlotte
This beautiful flagstone serpintine walkway invites you to walk into the back yard. It measures 45 leet long x 4 feet wide, and shows off the chocolate brown Tennessee flagstone and colorful New England river pebbles nicely. It is all built on a bed of compacted stone pack (crush and run), geotextile fabric, and sand.
Properly Built on a Stone Pack Foundation
This image shows the basic construction style used. (The flagstone is not pictured here.) The soil is excavated down to a depth of about 5 inches. Brown, powder-coated steel landscape edging is installed to be flush with the top of the ground. Three inches of stone pack (ABC crush and run) is installed and compacted, followed by a layer of woven fabric to keep the clay flat over the years, then sand, flagstone, and pea gravel.
Before, During, and After Photos!
This welcoming patio was constructed with keystone pavers, meticulously installed for a correct, smooth, sloping patio.