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Patios & Walkways

Patios provide the floor for an outdoor space, a gathering area for guests, and a quiet retreat for family. A walkway provides a defined walking path and aesthetically adds to the beauty of your curb appeal. Flagstone patios have a very natural, organic look due to their shape and earthy shades of browns, creams, and grays. Flagstone provides a durable patio surface that will last for years.

Flagstone is one of the best materials for patios primarily due to its narrow-packed joints that allow water to permeate instead of creating heavy run off. Our flagstone comes in larger slabs, typically 24" or greater and can be sealed and textured to aid in slip resistance and enhance the color. The most common types of natural flagstone we use for patios are granite, quartzitic sandstone and quartzite. All our flagstone is natural stone that is quarried and reclaimed from the beautiful hills of Wisconsin. Every piece of this stone is brilliantly unique and can vary in shade and veining due to its organic nature. Every patio or walkway is truly one-of-a-kind! Learn more about our preferred patio and walkway flagstone choices below!

Aqua Grantique is a layered and stratified type of granite that comes in beautiful shades of black, gray, and blue. This stone has a water absorption rate of 0% and has the greatest strength and density of all our stones to handle the harsh Midwest winters.


Cambrian Cream is a quartzitic sandstone that is a fine grain light buff and is primarily light cream and beige in color. This stone has a water absorption rate of only 0.5 % and has the strength and density to handle the harsh Midwest winters.

Cream Flagstone Path

Carmel Cream is a quartzite sandstone with color variations from  tan, burgundy or terra-cotta. It contains light to excessive veining and swirls of dark brown, burgundy, and rust. This stone has a water absorption rate of 2.2 % and has the strength and density to handle the Midwest winters.

Flagstone Patio
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