If you are focused on cost when it comes to selecting the right paver for your next project, consider widening the scope of your lense to encompass a host of other factors. For instance, the material you choose for a patio will not be the same as the one for a driveway, walkway, or even a pool deck. There are also additional factors like aesthetics, sturdiness, and upkeep.

Sure, you have a load of paving material at your disposal.  Even if money is no object, however, you still have a lot of decisions to make. See, the thing is, all the money in the world won't make choosing the wrong paving material look like a good idea.

When you think about Backyard Landscaping, do you think grass, flowers, and trees? You are right, that is part of the landscaping. Most of us want landscaping that is low maintenance, yet beautiful. 

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Figuring out what you want to do with your front yard can be a long and stressful process.  With so many options for what you could do to it, how could it not be?  While you have countless ways you can go, getting pavers installed could ultimately be your best bet.

When the next big garden project is set to begin, and you've got all of your shrubs and flowers picked out, their location, their color, their price, etc... why wait to choose a paving material until last? After all, the paving material you choose is going to last much longer than all of the plants, especially during the cold Rockville and Frederick winters, it'll have to work with all of your color palette choices, and ultimately you'll be building everything around it anyway. So why not pick it first? 

Here's what you need to know about stone paving materials: