Interlocking and Landscaping Specialists
The slope on the old patio was towards the building. Lots of water collected and unfortunately the only way to solve this is to take it all apart, re excavate the foundation and then have it slope away from property. Notice at the bottom of the patio how current stone is flush with the grass, and in the next picture there is gap large enough for a curbing.
New stone installed was Ridgefield smooth from Brampton Brick or Oakspavers. Notice how at the bottom of the patio that the stone isn't flush no more with the grass. Once proper slope was created, the water sitting issues were gone.
Close up of a large patio in a commercial property in oakville. Design look was custom by the greenskeeper. Stone used was provided by brampton brick.
This is a before picture of a large patio at a golf club that was sloping the wrong way. Water would collect by the doors on a rainy day with no where to go. Problem was you couldn't lift the stones since it was at a maximum height to the door, so we had to reslope the entire patio, But by the time it was re-sloped there would've been no foundation so entire job had to be re-excavated and a new foundation installed before laying in the new pavers.
New Stone patio installed. The bottom of the pad was lowered by about 6-8" and the part by the doors was already at maximum height. New foundation installed and patio now properly slopes away from the property. Stone used here was Ridgefield smooth from Oakspavers.
Another angle of this Beautiful new patio with gazebo at our local golf club. Curbing was installed as well. Stone used was provided by Brampton Brick.
Before picture of a future garden pad with planter boxes.
Commercial stone patio with planter boxes.
Before picture of future stone pad.