A new bluestone entryway/patio makes a great first impression.
Posted March 30, 2016 0 comment(s)
Whether it’s a lackluster area infused with new life or an empty space given a new look, we often see a huge transformation in our customers’ landscapes. But, not every project involves an extensive remodel; many times we’re brought in to revamp a small area. As can be seen in this post, these small changes can make a huge improvement!... + continue reading
A paver patio with outdoor fireplace
Posted February 23, 2016 0 comment(s)
In the planning stage of a given project we establish the desired elements that will make-up the finished landscape, what materials would best bring the design to life, and any challenges we may face during the build. This is a collaborative process where we work closely with our landscape designer and the homeowners to see the project come... + continue reading
The fire pit adds a functional and aesthetic element to the yard.
Posted August 25, 2014 0 comment(s)
Oftentimes, when we work on a landscaping project, the previous landscaping is tired, worn, or insufficient and needs to be removed; the first step in our process, in this case, begins with demolition and removals. However, in the case of new construction, like the recently built home in Baytown Township where we worked this summer, we started... + continue reading
The timber wall nearing completion.
Posted July 11, 2014 0 comment(s)
We've put up a lot of walls over the years, stone walls, that is – from modular block to Chilton, and everything in-between. But for this project, our customer wanted something a bit different. To match his rustic locale, and the extensive use of timber walls throughout his landscape, he wanted another timber wall installed, to provide a parking... + continue reading
With the soil prepped, we're ready to plant.
Posted June 22, 2014 0 comment(s)
An integral part of many of our landscaping projects are the plantings – they add visual interest through color, texture, size, and shape – but without the proper soil preparation, the plants might not get the proper nutrients and drainage to thrive. With each project, before we start any planting, we'll take out any existing plants in the... + continue reading


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