Backyard patios have evolved into fully functional outdoor living spaces an extension of the indoor family rooms. Natural Stone and concrete pavers bring another level of style and dimension to a hardscape, providing different colors and textures. Over the years, Marrazzo’s Landscaping customers prefer a more natural stone look. The designers at Marrazzo’s Landscaping have in depth experience with providing homeowners with many patio options, including; natural stone using bluestone, Tennessee sandstone, slate, natural fieldstone, travertine and granite as well as precast concrete pavers.

The project is complete. Pavers allow for a lot of design creativity and can be used on small or large patios. Patio pavers are made of concrete, brick or stone. They come in a variety of shapes and colors. However, the real draw of pavers is that they can be laid in striking patterns.


The real beauty in the landscape comes from change in elevations and dimensions with retaining walls. Whether they be natural stone, concrete, split face modules or, one of our favorites, the cultured stone look. Cultured stone and thin veneer stone have exploded in the industry giving all types of options and adding many different looks within the landscape.

Concrete split face blocks are a good, dependable building material, but they do not offer much in the way of aesthetic appeal. This is why many homeowners are gravitating toward using manufactured stone products that have the appearance, color and texture of natural stone. Cast and thin Veneer Stone is a popular favorite for outdoor kitchens, grills and fireplaces. For hardscape surfaces Bristol Stone is ideal for patios and pools because it does not heat up like natural stone and retains a soft texture that is comfortable for bare feet. Devon stone has the look of bluestone, slate and limestone; makes it attractive option.