Are you interested in installing a walking path to add to the look and structure of the outdoor landscape of your home? Our team of professionals at Midwest Lawn Co is happy to provide you this service.
We have experience with helping people throughout the West County suburbs maintain their outdoor landscapes. We pay attention to every detail to ensure that we successfully fulfill each of our clients’ visions for how they want their outdoor spaces to look.
Contact our professionally-trained hardscape installers at (636) 220-9991 or use our online form today to get a free estimate.
There are many ways that a well-designed walking path can benefit the outdoor landscape of your home. Along with providing a comfortable surface for you and your guests to walk on, it can also offer protection for grass and other features of your outdoor landscape.
In effect, a well-designed walking path can act as a protective barrier that separates invasive turfgrass and planting beds from the appealing natural features of your outdoor landscape. It can also guide your guests in the best direction to enjoy the natural beauty of your yard without disturbing any of its other features.
With walking paths, you have many choices and options to pick from to customize the look and details of the walking path you want to be created for your property.
Our team at Midwest Lawn Co has many years of experience and we are happy to assist you with the decision-making process. We can provide suggestions based on the details and particular features of your outdoor landscape.
You can add any ideas you may have seen in other walking paths as well to fully customize what the walking path will look like. If there are certain aspects of your outdoor landscape that you would like to highlight or emphasize, walking paths provide a great way to do just that.
Deciding the route of the walking path in your yard is usually easy since walking paths tend to follow along or through the other features, such as flower gardens, memory gardens, or vegetable gardens, in the yard.
Walking paths are also traditionally used to guide guests to doorways to enter your home. However, Midwest Lawn Co can create a beautiful route to get you and them to their final destination inside your house.
Midwest Lawn Co has a wide array of materials, designs, colors, textures, and sizes that we can use in your walking path. Depending on your landscape’s particular details, any of them can be used to create a walking path that beautifully complements the rest of your outdoor landscape.
Crafting a stunning walking path for you and your guests to use requires detailed planning and abundant creativity, as well as a vision of what it should look like when it’s finished.
Our team of professional walking path specialists at Midwest Lawn Co can guide you through the process and make the crafting of your walking path easy and smooth.
Well-designed hardscaping features such as a beautiful walking path can elevate an outdoor landscape to an attractive and welcoming area for you and your guests to enjoy. If you are interested in adding some unique details to your walking path, we can definitely help you.
Our knowledgeable team at Midwest Lawn Co will guide you through each step to plan a walking path that will function well within your outdoor space and will also be an exquisite addition to your outdoor landscape.
How Does Midwest Lawn Co Plan Your Walking Path?
First, we will confirm the intended location of your walking path so that it fits into your overall landscape and doesn’t interfere with the other aspects already in your yard. We will also be mindful of the length and width of the walking path in the initial planning stages.
Another important step in the planning stages is contacting the utility companies for your property to make sure that the planned walking path doesn’t interfere with any piping or electrical or cable lines.
Before finalizing your plan for a walking path, Midwest Lawn Co will give you all of the different materials you can order for us to install.
Gravel is one of those options, and it has some clear benefits, as it’s the least expensive material to use for a walking path. Despite its informal look, it can certainly complement a refined outdoor landscape nicely. Adding metal edges to a gravel path can do a lot to make the path look nicer and neater. Stone or brick borders are available as well, and they are both also very effective barriers that still maintain a “borderless” look.
Another material, stone, is another great choice to use in a walking path. Stone has a decorative appeal and it has a special quality in that every stone is unique. Stone also has the benefit of having the simplest process to install.
There are many different materials that can be used for a stone path. These include limestone, granite, slate, and sandstone. In addition, there are many different colors for you to pick from. You also can choose whether you’d like the stones to be spaced out, giving a more casual look, or more tightly connected, giving a more neat, structured look.
A final choice that you can implement for your walking path is to create a paver path. There are clear benefits to paver paths. They are very durable and they provide the smoothest surface for walking.
Paver paths are also highly decorative and can add a refined touch to any outdoor space. Materials that can be used for paver paths include concrete, which is the most common and customizable because it can accommodate different shapes and is available in many colors. Another variation is clay pavers, which have great durability and color retention. Last, stone paver paths are also an option, and while they are the most expensive, they elevate the look and feel of any outdoor space by adding timeless elegance.
If you want to install a walking path in your outdoor space, contact Midwest Lawn Co today. Our experienced and knowledgeable professionals will work side-by-side with you to plan your walking paths.
After that, we will take care of installing the walking paths to your exact specifications, and ensure that our service always exceeds your expectations. Call us today at (636) 220-9991 for a free estimate.