Denault Project

This Chatham County gem of a cabin was built with the collected stones and trees harvested from the property. We loaded the classic style pool and retaining walls with matching architecture, flagstone and tons of complementing Techo Bloc paver decking. The pool ranges from 6″ to 10 1/2′ deep.

Fordin Project

For a full description of the Fordin custom pool and hardscape, please explore the project’s case study on our blog!

Goldberg Project

With difficult slope, terrain, and a path less than 5′ wide to access the backyard, this space was very challenging for design and construction. The multi level project features tons of thick, rustic flagstone, a radius scupper on a stone spillway, a hand-built gas fire pit, and Techo Bloc pavers.

Hicks Project

These Cary owners hired us to design a pool, pool house, bar and outdoor kitchen in a challenging, compact area. We demolished the old brick patios and created a multi level space with incredible flow and connectivity that draws the entire family and neighbors alike. This project is loaded with natural stacked stone and flagstone, … Continue reading Hicks Project »

Joyce Project

This wonderful contemporary pool fits snugly into the home and lifestyle of the owner. Simple and elegant, the architecture and fine materials make the statement. The minimalist jump platform was hand made with a copper scupper water feature and large, natural slate tiles mitered with the same Techo Bloc pavers as the decking. Learn more … Continue reading Joyce Project »

Mahon Project

A simple addition to a gorgeous Cary home, this private backyard pool is a refreshing, hilltop oasis. The Wet Edge Primera pool finish is hand polished to be extremely smooth, beautiful and durable.

Price Project

This elegant yet rustic family pool has all the outdoor bells and whistles! We started with a custom, multi-level freeform pool and spa, added a natural flagstone fire-pit area at the lowest level and a simple custom outdoor kitchen with a large stone countertop on the upper level. Thanks to Artful Stone for a world … Continue reading Price Project »

Protzman Renovation

This VERY old “Master Pool by Merideth” was the last piece to be renovated on the Protzman estate in Bynum, NC. We demolished and removed 2000 sq ft of concrete decking, a rotten structure and trellis beside the pool, and an old pool equipment pump house. We left only the original concrete pool structure and … Continue reading Protzman Renovation »

Reilly Project

We transformed this simple Cary backyard and brick patio with rustic stone, Techo Bloc pavers, and a freeform garden pool and spa.

Riccobene Project

For an in-depth description of the Riccobene custom pool and hardscape installation, we encourage you to check out the project’s case study on our blog!

Yelverton Project

To learn more about the Yelverton custom pool and hardscape installation, we invite you to read the project’s detailed case study¬†on our blog!

Wurtsbaugh Project

The Wurtsbaugh project consisted of creating a large family pool and spa area, which was a bit challenging given the property’s heavily sloped yard with already existing retaining walls. Another challenges to be solved were the property’s very limited access, tough excavation, and poor soil. We also needed to remove a mountain of dirt in … Continue reading Wurtsbaugh Project »

Werner Project

The Werners were interested in adding a pool, spa, kitchen, and waterfall to one side of their property, and they also wanted the space to be accessible to a large backyard above and beyond the existing retaining wall. This presented some construction challenges, as well as difficulty working around the existing elements in a relatively … Continue reading Werner Project »

Eckhart Project

The Eckhart family wanted a private outdoor oasis, complete with a large diving pool, spa, tanning shelf, kitchen, and fire pit area. The challenge with this project was the size and shape of the property we had to work with, which was a small, narrow space between the home and neighborhood walking path. We also … Continue reading Eckhart Project »