TIDWELL MASONRY | SAN DIEGO FLAGSTONE | PATIO | WALKWAY | PORCH | DRIVEWAY
POINT LOMA PROJECT - This FLAGSTONE walkway and stairs is actually just a small part of a very large residential project we did in Point Loma. Our clients originally had stepping stones where this walkway is. They wanted easier access to the lower section of their property. They already have a very old FLAG STONE walkway else where and the plans called for this to match.
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PPOINT LOMA PROJECT - The FLAG STONE is the Arizona Tan-Select from RCP BLOCK AND BRICK. You can take a look at their other choices in flag stone HERE. The walkway and stairs average about 4' wide and is over 250' long.
POINT LOMA PROJECT - At the other end of the FLAG STONE walkway, it meets up with the old FLAG STONE walkway that has been there for years. The garden area with the fountain in the image below is rumored to have been designed by Kate Sessions. Like we said earlier, this FLAG STONE walkway was just part of a very large residential project we did in Point Loma. To see what else we did on this project, go HERE.
1422 WEST PENNSYLVANIA AVE. MISSION HILLS - Our clients needed to resurface their concrete walkway and porch. They chose to do this with Bluestone. They found us on the internet, saw a previous Bluestone project that we had done and gave us a call. We met with them and discussed the various options available and this is what we came up with.
1422 WEST PENNSYLVANIA AVE. MISSION HILLS - They decided on using cut Flag Stone for the walkway and on top of the porch. The color of these pieces is called "Full Color". It varies from blue to green to purple with some tans in it. The color of the stair treads is called "Blue Blue". As you can see, these pieces are pure blue with grain in some of them. The edge on the stair treads is called Rock Face. We used stair tread pieces on the porch edge also.
1422 WEST PENNSYLVANIA AVE. MISSION HILLS - We used a Bluestone cut veneer on the sides of the porch. They are the Full Color and are layed in a Dry Stack style. The Flag Stone Tile pieces are 18" x 18". The material for this project was purchased from KRC ROCK AND STONE. The Bluestone comes from MESHOPPEN STONE which is in Pennsylvania. We highly recommend this Bluestone product which is not commonly used in San Diego. It provides a clean, classy look that goes well with any architecture!