Without proper drainage solutions in place, water may collect and pool in low-lying areas or even worse, along your home’s foundation. With the addition of French drains, catch basins, dry wells, and outdoor sump pumps, water can be moved away from your home’s foundation and relocated to designated locations.
Low spots or sloping yards can cause water from rain or irrigation systems to pool and run towards your home. Grading refers to the slope of a yard away from your home's foundation while leveling is the process of smoothing out your lawn. Both grading and leveling will help improve your yard's drainage and appearance.
Planting grass seed can be a more economical way to start or restore your lawn. With proper soil preparation and daily watering, the seedlings will start to shoot up in about three weeks. To achieve a full lush lawn, the lawn will need to be over-seeded and aerated for the next two years. Cool-season grass, such as fescue, should be installed in spring or fall. Warm-season sod, such as zoysia, should be installed from late spring through the summer.
Sod is an instant lawn that has been grown under peak conditions for over a year. Installing sod ensures that you will have a quality weed proof lawn in just a day or two. With proper soil preparation and daily watering, the sod will take root in three weeks. Cool-season sod such as fescue should be installed in spring or fall. Warm-season sod such as zoysia should be installed in late spring through the summer.
Even the most beautiful landscape can look barren without a variety of shapes, sizes, colors, and textures. With our extensive expertise in selecting the right plants and access to the best nurseries, we can help you select the perfect trees, shrubs, and perennials for your landscape. When installing new plants we ensure proper soil amendments are added to the soil so your plants will quickly adapt to their new home