So you want a fire pit for those cooler fall evenings where you can enjoy some smores? Well, you came to the right place. Not only can we provide you with lots of options in various finishes, colors, and looks, but we can also set you up with a contractor who can install it for you. Or, if you’re a DIY type of person we can guide you to make sure your project comes out flawlessly. Drop by one of our certified Exteriorscape dealers today to get started on your project.
Despite August being here, it isn’t too late to get a patio installed or build that outdoor living area that you have always wanted. Depending on the complexity of your needs, it could be something that a skilled contractor could knock out in a week’s time. Or, if you’re a DIY type of person, plan your patio out now, select your colors, and be ready to rock and roll when the summer heat breaks. Fall is a perfect time to enjoy Missouri’s weather by sitting out on that beautiful new patio! Whatever size your project may be, big or small, our educated sales staff can help you today!
It’s August, it’s hot. You might be getting in a last minute vacation or getting the kids ready to go back to school. But what you probably aren’t doing is thinking about a fire pit or a fireplace?! Why would you – its August! But, this is the PERFECT time to start planning your fire pit or fireplace. This is because by the time Fall is here you’ll be wishing you did. We have various options for you to add that fire element to your outdoor living area! Be sure to ask one of our certified dealers to see the Rosetta Belvedere fire pit or the Fremont Fireplace kit!
Already have a nice patio setup but thinking it’s missing something? Do you like to be outside most of the year, but don’t have a good area to do your grilling and cooking? Well, now is the time to build your outdoor kitchen where you can whip up some awesome BBQ for your friends and family. Whether you are building a surround for an existing grill or purchasing a new Romanstone Grill Kit, we can assist you. If you’re taking a step up and running a gas line for those grills you may need to get a permit from your local city office. Call your city office and ask about the guidelines you need to follow, because it’s always better to be safe rather than sorry. We are here to help with your planning, so give one of our showrooms a call today to get started with your project!
Don’t have an outdoor living area or patio but want to build an outdoor kitchen or cooking area? Or, are you wanting to add a fire element to your outdoor living area? Fire elements can be the focal point of your whole project. Design your outdoor living area around a fireplace and be envy of your neighbors and friends. The grill island could be located close to the fire feature, or depending on your yard be on the complete other side. Not only are you adding a super ‘WOW’ factor to your backyard, but your also adding value to your entire property. Take a look at the photos on this month’s blog posts for inspiration on outdoor cooking areas. Visit one of our showrooms today to get started!
If you’re a DIY type of person we can help guide you in your journey of installing your retaining wall. Some of the units can be very heavy, and you’ll most likely need some excavating done in your yard. If that sounds like a task you would rather hire someone to do we can introduce you to some of the most trusted contractors in the area. Visit one of our certified Exteriorscape dealers today to get started on your retaining wall project!
From small accent walls, to garden walls, to raised planter beds, or even large walls holding up one side of your yard or your pool, or even a full on outdoor living area with seat walls and firepits... Whatever your need is, Romanstone Hardscapes has the material. We produce the most trusted wall brands in the country: Versa Lok Retaining Walls, Keystone Retaining Walls, Rosetta Hardscapes, and Romanstone wall products such as Brutus, Caesar, and Apollo. Visit one of our certified Exteriorscape dealers today to select your Romanstone Hardscape walls (or pavers).
You might know retaining walls as the old, wooden, ‘tie’ walls made from old railroad ties. These walls are not only outdated, but they are unsafe. Retaining walls have come a long way, and ‘SRW’ or ‘Segmental Retaining Walls’ have become the standard. The wall actually flexes and moves with the saturation and desaturation of the soil, meaning that when engineered correctly the wall will not fail or fall. Do you need a Retaining Wall? Visit one of our showrooms today to speak with one of our sales personal.