Patio Brick Pavers, Landscape Planting Design, & Seawalls

Landscape Patios and Seawall Construction for Goshen, Elkhart, Granger, South Bend, Syracuse, Warsaw, the Lakes, & Surrounding Areas


April 2018

Brick Patios Provide Lasting Outdoor Rooms

In the past 45 years, brick patios have proven their resilience and durability. Decorative brick patios provide beautiful rooms in colors and textures complimenting any architectural style. Josh Welker of Stone Ridge Landscaping Inc. explains “Patio construction techniques allow our pastors to last longer with more color than ever before. The pure limestone base, bedding materials, geotextile, and paver brick are installed using industry best practices.”

Stone Ridge Landscaping Inc. is an ICPI certified contractor (Interlocking Concrete Paver Institute). This means they have a current engagement with the paver industry and trained employees certified in these best practices.

If you want make the best investment living outdoors then, consider the benefits of installing a paver brick patio by Stone Ridge in Goshen, Indiana. Our team of designers will help you select the best colors and textures for your next landscape investment!

Patio Landscape & Evening Lighting

Evening illumination provides safety and architectural beauty to landscape planting beds, patios, and buildings. Stone Ridge Landscaping Inc of Goshen, Indiana provides lighting recommendations to almost every outdoor living room we create.

Lighting is a key component to creating cozy patio landscapes. This project completed near Middlebury, Indiana includes path light fixtures, column lighting fixtures, and pergola down light fixtures. All of these fixtures are rust-free aluminum LED low energy fixtures. This translates into lower maintenance & lower energy costs for the home owner. No wonder lighting is such a popular addition to outdoor rooms.

Visit Stone Ridge Landscaping Inc of Goshen, IN to learn how your patio landscape will benefit from low voltage lighting.


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