STONES EDGE LANDSCAPING
EDMONTONS LANDSCAPING PROFESSIONALS
Stones Edge Landscaping has over 15 years of experience in the landscape and construction industry.
Hand Drawn & 3D Design using the latest in Landscape Design programs.
Ponds, Koi Ponds, Waterfalls, Pondless Waterfalls and Fountains.
Custom Built Firepits, Pre-Built Fireplaces, Custom Outdoor Kitchens and more.
Retaining Walls, Patios, Outdoor Kitchen, Rock Features and more.
Artificial Turf is great for Low Maintenance Lawns & Custom Putting Greens.
Excavation, Earthwork, Tree & Shrub Planting, Sod Installation and more.
15+ years of experience
An array of exclusive materials available
Award Winning Best Landscape
Our customers always come first
There’s something about fire that human beings are fascinated with. Call it a primal intuition, or just a blind amusement, fire features are attention-grabbers and draw people in. Adding a fire feature means you’re adding a gathering place to an outdoor space. It’s a place to entertain guests while creating an inviting ambiance to your home.
A custom water feature can remarkably enhance your landscape design, providing a refreshing look to your outdoor space. A properly designed custom pond or fountain can bring an element of serenity to your surroundings that are hard to match with any other landscaping feature.
Building a custom pond is not a DIY project. A single miscalculation with size and shape can completely kill the look of your garden. The best way to save some time and money, as well as obtaining the right result would be to consider hiring professionals offering pond installation services in your area.
Fountains are a great way to add some elegance and serenity to your home. There are an array of styles to choose from, so you're sure to find a match for your home. Fountains can be a very affordable way of enhancing your home garden. You can purchase fountains prefabricated or have one custom-built, using your exact specifications.
Stone is the world's original building and memorial material. It has been used for thousands of years and most of the oldest, remaining structures in the world are made from stone. Stone continues to be used in and on new structures. Its natural beauty and enduring quality is highly preferred. Many economies have emerged from the global economic recession and the use of natural stone is resurging, continuing the trend and desire for natural stone begun centuries ago.
Why Should You Choose Natural Stone
Stone stands the test of time, which means the choice to use natural stone will only enhance the value of your home while reducing the need to replace materials over a longer period of time. Stones such as slate, limestone, travertine, and granite will all age beautifully and gracefully, providing years of use and enjoyment. Stone can easily stand up to high traffic and use in areas such as courtyards, foyers, kitchens, and baths and may be designed to last for 50 or even 100 years. Durability is especially important when choosing sustainable materials so that resources aren’t used to create new materials as often. When you compare materials, consider them from a life-cycle cost perspective. Even if the stone is more expensive initially, it will more than pay for itself and reduce future costs compared to other materials that need to be repaired or replaced frequently.
What Maintenance Is Required?
If maintained properly, stone will last for years and reward you with its beauty. There are a wide range of fabrication options and finishes that can be applied to natural stone that will also enhance its performance, including extending its life, resisting weather and wear and tear, or making the stone more slip resistant.
Most stones can simply be cleaned with a mild dish soap and water. There are also cleaners made specifically for natural stone that are affordable and easy to use. Many of these cleaners are approved to meet sustainability standards, which means they contain no harmful chemicals and won’t pollute the environment. For more information about caring for stone, visit http://www.naturalstoneinstitute.org/consumers/care
Stone Is RECYCLABLE
Stone is completely recyclable and has the potential to serve many different uses and purposes over its lifetime. Salvaging and recycling stone is a very viable option and a sustainable way to ensure that the useful life of the material will be lived out to its fullest. Environmentally, utilizing recycled stone can eliminate the energy, water, and other resources needed to generate new products from virgin or raw material sources, ultimately reducing or avoiding impacts to ecosystems and resource supplies.