Flagstone Patio in Orange County
Specialized Surfaces is the premier provider of flagstone patio in Orange County. We offer a variety of flagstone patio services including installation, maintenance, repair and cleaning. Our experts will help you achieve the flagstone patio of your dreams.
Why Choose a Flagstone Patio?
Flagstone has been used for centuries in both indoor and outdoor spaces. It is a natural choice for outdoor patios because of its natural look. Flagstone is one of the best materials for patios primarily due to its narrow packed joints that allow water to permeate instead of running off. This makes flagstone surfaces less likely to pool water and be less slippery. Flagstone patios also have a very natural, organic look due to their shape and earthy shades of browns, reds, grays and blues. The most common types of flagstone used for patios are sandstone, slate and limestone. Flagstone provides a durable and naturally slip-resistant patio surface that will last for years.
Benefits of a Flagstone Patio
There are many benefits to installing a flagstone patio in Orange County. Beyond its natural look that blends well with most outdoor spaces, it is incredibly durable. With proper installation and maintenance, a flagstone patio should last years. Although the initial cost for purchase and installation may be slightly higher than concrete or other tiles, it is still more cost effective because of its durability. Since flagstone is installed as individual tiles, if a tile gets a crack or chip, it is easy to replace the individual tile. Properly maintaining your flagstone patio with regular cleaning and sealing will also add to its longevity. Flagstone is also incredibly versatile. It can be laid in numerous arrangements from very irregular for a more free form look to a rectangular pattern for a more organized and formal look.
Contact Specialized Surfaces for your free in-home consultation for your flagstone patio in Orange County. We service all areas of Orange County, including Newport Beach, Costa Mesa, Irvine, Laguna Niguel, Laguna Hills and Lake Forest.