STONE AND BRICK WORK

We work with you to design the perfect patio for your space.  Size, shape, materials and your budget are the most important factors we consider when planning. Your patio should be welcoming and functional, with room for tables, chairs, family and friends.

Our creative stone designs include fire pits and bird baths, accent boulders, and stone sculptures. Our stone art can be a part of a larger landscape project or an accent piece for your yard.

 

We also construct metal railings and water features, like ponds and waterfalls. Click here for a live video of a pondless waterfall. 

Juniper Hill Landscaping builds fieldstone walls, dry-laid stone walls, and mortar-backed walls.  Blending into the New England landscape, vertical stonework is used to define borders, to outline patios, and to retain soil banks. 

 

We approach each project with an open mind, as every terrain offers different types of rocks available and unique ways of fitting your landscape. 

 

Being in New England, we are presented with both quarried and naturally occurring rock.  Mined slabs of granite, schist, and limestone work well for steps, while found stones–which can be any glacially deposited variety–are useful when making walls and borders.  Let us help you unlock your property's potential. 

Our walkways come in many different forms, including creative bluestone walkways, formal brick entries, functional paver sidewalks and informal stone paths.  Our walkways can be bordered with shrubs and greenery, cobblestones, or both.

Add accessibility to your yard or home. We install granite steps to meet any vision, design or function. Please enjoy this gallery of stone steps, including steps made with irregular granite, new granite, thin and thick bluestone. 

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Barrington, NH Stone Sculpture

Is it a bird? Is it a plane? It's a beautifully laid-out scenery at a Barrington, NH residence. Three large vertical granite piers host an array of top stones and an old grass roller lays amongst the pebbles of an ancient river. Note the beautiful Juniper tree to the right!