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Retaining Walls

Many outdoor areas on residential properties have slopes on them or the grading isn’t as good as it should be. If you want to build any outdoor feature on it, you would have to excavate a certain portion of the landscape and this would leave some part of the slope exposed. Over time, the soil and rocks can come loose and cause a mudslide, which can damage your landscape. This is where you can build retaining walls to support the slope! Read more about Retaining Walls>>

Pavers

The landscaping on your property is exposed to the elements and the outdoor environment. This also means it has to withstand a significant amount of wear & tear; and so the materials you use in it should be weather-resistant and resilient. This is where pavers become the ideal material for any hardscape feature. Paver stones are versatile, durable, aesthetically appealing, cost-effective, easy to install, and very low in maintenance! Read more about Pavers >>

Hardscaping

Some of the more popular hardscaping projects include patios, walkways, driveways, outdoor kitchens, water features, fire pits, outdoor fireplaces, pergolas and pool decks. We find that property owners are placing a lot more importance on their outdoor space these days. It makes perfect sense; why have just lawns that need a lot of maintenance when you could have hardscape features that allow you to use your outdoor areas for so much more? Read more about Hardscaping >>