Updating your landscaping is a great way to increase the value of your property. Whether it's your home or business, landscaping is what makes the first impression.
We can create outdoor spaces for relaxing and entertaining. Whether you want to focus on your front yard, backyard, or entire piece of land, there are many interesting options to consider.
In the backyard you can create a space for entertaining friends and family complete with an outdoor kitchen, fire feature, pool and more, or you could create a lush garden that attracts wildlife and allows you to relax and reflect.
In the front yard you could spruce up curb appeal with a beautiful walkway, and strategic lighting.
Our design experts can help you choose what works best for you and your budget.
Prior to planting, we will work with the existing soil and surroundings as needed, to improve drainage and soil conditions, and to prepare it for whatever applications we will use in the design process.
A retaining wall is a structure that retains (holds back) any material (usually earth) and prevents it from sliding or eroding away. It is designed so that to resist the material pressure of the material that it is holding back.
Types of Retaining Walls:
French Drains provide an easy channel for water to flow through. Water runs into a gravel-filled trench, then into perforated pipe at the bottom of the trench.
French drains are primarily used to prevent ground and surface water from penetrating or damaging building foundations and as an alternative to open ditches or storm sewers for streets and highways.
A french drain, or weeping tile (also trench drain, filter drain, blind drain, rubble drain, rock drain, drain tile, perimeter drain, land drain, French ditch, sub-surface drain, sub-soil drain or agricultural drain) is a trench filled with gravel or rock or containing a perforated pipe that redirects surface water and groundwater away from an area.
A French drain can have perforated hollow pipes along the bottom to quickly vent water that seeps down through the upper gravel or rock.
French drains may be used to distribute water, such as a septic drain field at the outlet of a typical septic tank sewage treatment system. French drains are also used behind retaining walls to relieve ground water pressure.