Hardscaping installation can include virtually any type of decorative or functional addition to your lawn and landscape. Hardscaping consists of all the non-living elements of a landscape such as cobblestone edging around a flowerbed, a gravel path through a grassy area, or a paver border along a driveway. Timber retaining walls used to tame a large slope or small garden wall are just a few more examples. These projects evolve over time because they take some planning and often involve new plantings as accents to bring the area together.
Whether you plan to toast marshmallows with your kids, cozy up with your significant other, or impress your party guests around the open flames, there is nothing quite like watching the fire’s mesmerizing flames. From square to circle-shaped, we will design an outdoor fire pit that meets your needs.
Paver patios and walkways provide a beautiful, custom paving solution that is ready to use as soon as the project is completed. Pavers allow for design creativity and can be used on small walkways and large patios. They come in a variety of shapes, colors, and sizes and can be installed in a variety of patterns.
Retaining walls are often used in places where extra support is needed to prevent the earth from moving downhill with erosion. In return, they create more usable space and are commonly used in conjunction with paver patios or even raised patios.
Free standing walls make a great accent to a paver patio as well as provide a touch of privacy and additional sitting spaces. They are a great feature to install along the outer edge of a paver patio or around a fire pit.