Walkway Contractor Northern Virginia
Walkway Contractor Northern Virginia is Phoenix Home Services .Here are a few pictures and ideas to gain your interest and to get you thinking about different options for your walkway. recommends using concrete, stamped concrete, flagstone or clay brick pavers for any walkway project.
If your existing walkway is in good condition, you may be able to save some money and cap it with flagstone or clay brick pavers. If, however, you want a new, updated design, or if you r current path is in bad shape, we may need to remove it and form up a new project. If the latter is deemed necessary, Phoenix will place #4 rebar in the walk and pour 4000 psi concrete with fiber for reinforcement.
Award Winning Addition Contractor
We are proud to announce that we have been awarded the distinguished Angie’s List Super Service Award for Masonry for the past two years. We also take pride in our A+ rating with the Better Business Bureau. Furthermore we can provide you with personal testimonials and references upon request. Our Credentials and Testimonials can also be found online. Please call us today to set up a Free Consultation and Estimate at 703-543-6929.
Brick Paver Walkways
Brick paver have been used in Northern Virginia since colonial times and are a nice choice for a walkway. If your home is brick, you will want to find clay brick pavers that approximate the color and style of bricks on your home’s façade. Unfortunately, your choices are often limited.After settling on suitable clay brick pavers, you will need to choose mortar colors (mortar joints are normally 3/8” and are visible between the bricks). Mortar is a mixture of fine masonry, sand, cement and water. Phoenix uses only Type S mortar, which is best suited for walkways since it complies with ASTM C91 and also reaches 2100 psi in 28 days.
Concrete Paver Walkway
For some home owners, concrete pavers are the best option for a walkway. When properly installed, concrete pavers require practically no maintenance. We work with many types of concrete pavers from Belgard, to EP Henry concrete brick pavers.
Flagstone, as a surface for walkways, is a beautiful option. At Phoenix Home Services, we prefer Pennsylvania flagstone over all others because it is strong and is a unique sand stone found only in Northeastern Pennsylvania and South Central New York. Pennsylvania flagstone comes out of stone yardss in two forms. One is a patterned flagstone that quarry men cut into squares and rectangles. It has a uniform shape. The second is an irregularly-shaped flagstone and includes Tennessee Buff, Tennessee Blue, Colorado Red, Tennessee Plum, and Carolina Rose. Additional care should be taken with the latter group as they are not as strong (i.e. relative to the Pennsylvania flagstone).
On many occasions, we counsel our clients to visit our stone yard to see the variegated nature of flagstone. It is a natural product that can vary in color from pallet to pallet. Once laid, the different hues complement each other to create a beautiful canvas to make your perfect walkway.
After your stone has been selected, it is set in Portland cement (the result of a chemical process that combines limestone and other materials) and sand. The final process includes acid-washing the walkway and surveying the surrounding project area for grading and repair. If necessary, we apply topsoil and seed to these areas. Finally, for an additional charge and after 60 days, we can seal your project with sealant. Flagstone sealant must be installed with care, and is not included in any contract with Phoenix Home Services.
Your walkway can add incredible curb appeal to your yard. Why not let Phoenix Home Services, a company with decades of experience, add grace and beauty to your home?
Where We Install Walkways
If you live in the Fairfax County, Arlington County, Loudoun, Prince William County ,Washington DC, or Alexandria City, then we are the contractor that can get your walkway project designed and finished right. We have built flagstone brick and travvetine walkways in Annandale, Ashburn, Aldie, Burke, Broadlands, Brambleton , Bristow, Dulles, Newington , Countryside, Centerville, Chantilly, Haymarket, Herndon, Gainesville, Reston, Mount Vernon, Mclean, Lorton, Lansdowne, Middleburg, Leesburg, Purcellville, Potomac Falls, Herndon, , Tysons Corner, Woodbridge, Lake Ridge, Manassas, Manassas Park, Dale City, Springfield, Sterling, Sterling Park, South Riding, Stone Ridge VA, Clifton, Fairfax, Reston, North Reston, Falls Church, Oakton, Fairfax City, Fairfax Station, Vienna, Oak Hill, Triangle, and Great Falls and Dulles VA. Stone Ridge, Lake Manassas , Manassas 20109, Middleburg Catlett 20120 Sully Station 20121 Clifton 20128, Paeonian Springs 20130, Hillsboro 20134 Purcellville 20136 Bristow 20137 Broad Run, 20138 Casanova 20140, Catharpin 20144 Ashburn , Broadlands 20149 Ashburn 20151 Chantilly 20151 Fairfax 20152 South Riding 20153 Chantilly 20153 Fairfax 20155 20156 Gainesville 20158 Hamilton 20163 Dulles , Potomac Falls 20165 Sterling 20166 Haymarket 20170 Herndon 20171 Oak Hill 20172 Herndon 20175 Leesburg 20176 Lansdowne 20176 Leesburg 20176 Lucketts 20177 Leesburg 20178 Leesburg 20180, Alexandria 20598 Arlington, District of Columbia includes neighborhoods such as Northwest DC, Northeast DC, Southeast DC, Southwest, Adams Morgan, Columbia Heights, Mount Pleasant, Downtown, Dupont Circle, Foggy Bottom, Georgetown, Logan Circle, West End, Cathedral Heights, Cleveland Park, Foxhall, Friendship Heights, Glover Park, Massachusetts Heights, Spring Valley, and Capitol Hill.