The holiday season is often a time for sharing laughs, gifts and good cheer with family and friends. But for some families who have fallen on hard times, the holidays are more stressful than they are cheerful.
This year, Boxley Hardscapes is proudly taking part in the annual Toys for Tots campaign sponsored by the Marine Corps Reserve. The campaign provides children in need with the opportunity to experience the joy of the holidays.
October is Careers in Construction Month, making it an ideal time to consider a career with masonry.
Masonry jobs allow workers to make a good living for themselves and their families with competitive pay and excellent benefits that provide Virginians with peace of mind in knowing their future is secure.
According to the construction industry advocacy group Build Your Future Virginia, there is a demand for more than 250,000 craft labor jobs in the state, including nearly 20,000 in the masonry field. Masons work with brick, concrete blocks and natural stones to build attractive, durable structures and surfaces.
In addition to its versatile design features, did you know that building with block can save on insurance?
It’s true – because of durability, strength, and resilience; choosing CMU as your building material pays off when it’s time to pay the insurance bill.
Adding an outdoor living space is one of the most surefire ways to add value to your home.
A report from US Market Trends state demand for outdoor living space from homebuyers has increased regularly over the past few years, rising 3.5% this year1.
Is there a better holiday to spend in your outdoor living area than the Fourth of July?
In a word, no. Independence Day is a day best spent with family and friends celebrating all of the freedoms we enjoy as Americans. And what better place to celebrate than a beautiful, relaxing outdoor space made for just such an occasion?
Are you looking for a unique way to dress up a room or outdoor space?
Thin brick may be just the “wow factor” you’re looking for. Use it indoors or outdoors to add a natural, textured charm to the space.
$10,000 gift to provide outreach education, quarry field trip programs