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Bahler Brothers Blog

This blog addresses many of the questions, issues and design options for paver and wall installations.

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Driveways  |  Landscape Lighting  |  Landscaping  |  Walkway

Improving your Home's Curb Appeal

There are many ways to boost your home's curb appeal. Here are a few ideas to make your house the real show stopper on your street. 

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Driveways  |  Non Permeable Pavement  |  Outdoor Living  |  Pavers

Permeable Pavers vs. Non-Permeable Pavers

 

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Contractor Comparison Worksheet

Contractor Comparison Worksheet

Take the frustration out of comparing bids from different landscape contractors with our Contractor Comparison Checklist

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Built-in Grill  |  Driveways  |  Fireplace  |  Gas Fire Pit  |  Outdoor Kitchen  |  Outdoor Living  |  Patio  |  Pavers  |  Pool Patio  |  Project Design  |  Raised Patio  |  Retaining Wall  |  Retaining Walls  |  Steps  |  Transformation  |  Wall Design

Donoghue Transformation

Working with this customer was an incredible joy. They were not satisfied with their yard as it was so they called us in to help them out. It was amazing to watch this transformation unfold and now you can too!

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Choosing a Contractor  |  Driveways  |  Pavers  |  Techo-Bloc

Paver Driveway: Customer Journal

Driveway, walk, front steps, drainage, and grading project. Completed June 18-22, 2012

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Driveways  |  Non Permeable Pavement  |  Patio  |  Pavers  |  Pool Patio  |  Rainwater Harvesting  |  Techo-Bloc  |  Unilock  |  Water Feature

Advancements in Permeable Pavements

Over the last 20 years we have seen major advancements in permeable pavements.  The first permeable paver was introduced here in North America in 1989.

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Driveways  |  Environmental Protection Agency  |  Pavers  |  Rainwater Harvesting

Permeable Pavements Study

The topic written about in this post is the effects of runoff water to the water supply and the “Eco-Friendly” permeable pavements.  The article may be too technical for some but may be engaging for the engineering type. 

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