Create a welcoming entrance to your home and guide visitors directly where they need to go. Walkways provide the solid structure needed for a safe walking surface while also adding aesthetic beauty to your home. And when winter inevitably comes, your guests will appreciate not having to trudge through the snow to get to your front door.


Through our years of landscaping experience, we’ve learned the importance of preparation and developed the right processes to ensure our landscaping efforts can be enjoyed for many years. We also understand that New Hampshire’s diverse climate can cause damage if we do not consider seasonal rain, snow, and thawing cycles during preparation and installation.

  • Land is excavated to a minimum depth of 6-8 inches below the final intended grade.
  • A sub-base is formed with 4-6 inches of crusher-run gravel that is packed-down with a vibrating compactor.
  • Screeds or forms are set up to temporarily reflect the layout and pitch of the walkway.
  • A 1-inch layer of stone dust is then leveled-over the screeds to become the bedding for the walkway bricks or pavers to be laid.
  • After installation, our landscaping team can perform the routine after-care needed to keep your walkway in like-new condition.


We build walkways with either bricks or pavers. Both brick and paver walkways can be done with a variety of colors and styles that you and your landscaping specialist will choose.

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