Hardscaping encompasses all the non-living aspects of your landscaping such as driveways, walkways, patios, terraces, steps, gazebos, pergolas, fencing, and retaining walls. All hardscape design elements add dimension, functionality, and are visually appealing. As an anchor to plantings, a hardscaping installation will always increase the value of your property and curb appeal.
Hardscaping Design and Installation
Patios – Driveways – Walkways – Retaining Walls – Steps and more!
- Decorative Terraces
- Garden Paths
- Retaining Walls & Stone Walls
- Seating Walls
- Water Features
- Brick & Concrete Driveways
- Stone, Brick and Concrete Pavers
- Fireplaces and Firepits
The variety of hardscaping materials includes paving bricks, concrete pavers, bluestone, cobblestone, granite, stepping stones, and wood.
Pavers are made from molds providing uniformity and come in a variety of sizes, colors, shapes, and textures. Other types of paving stone are not cut to an exact size, creating a completely different look and appeal.
Designs with mixed hardscape materials can capture attention and be interesting, and elegant.
Pavers come in all sorts of shapes, sizes, colors and materials, including eco-friendly recycled rubber. They make a great alternative to concrete if you want to add a little more character to a walkway or patio.
Durable and versatile, pavers will bring form and function to your property while complementing your landscape’s natural components. The joints between pavers help to eliminate the cracking that normally occurs over time with poured concrete.
From a Valued Client…
“I just wanted to send you a quick note to tell you how pleased we are with the new paver patio at the front entrance of our building. Your crew did an excellent job. I was particularly impressed by the way the work site was kept clean during the job. The project started on time and was completed as promised.
If at any time you need to give a reference please feel free to use me as a contact person.”
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