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Landscaping is our specialty and we know how to make your property look exceptional according to your specific design preferences. Don't hesitate on accentuating the uniqueness of your residential, commercial, or industrial landscape. Call now for your FREE landscape design estimate!
We have continued service in the region with local, national, and global clients. If your firm has a project in the area, we can assist with multiple aspects of construction. Starting with Design/Build to estimating to completion on schedule.
We provide grading, topsoil, fill, retaining walls, rain gardens, seeding and many other outstanding commercial landscaping services.
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Increase Your Home Value - landscaping give you a great return on investment; it basically pays for itself!
Lower Your Water Bill - a professionally installed irrigation system will be efficient, leak-free and prevent over-watering.
Create the Appropriate Landscape for Your Environment - a seasoned landscaper knows what plants will thrive in your location, how to redirect water to avoid flooding your home and garden, and can envision and create the perfect oasis in your backyard.
Create a Lower-Maintenance Yard - chances are, you don't have several hours each week to keep up with a garden and lawn; a professional landscaper can design something beautiful and low maintenance!
Skip Material Gathering - a professional landscaper has access to all the materials necessary (including a truck to haul them) to create your dream yard. Cut out this tough step and let the pros handle it.
The Difference Between Hardscaping and Softscaping
There are two main components in landscape design - softscape and hardscape. Softscape is all under the 'Landscape' category seen above, they are the elements that are fluid and changing as they mature. Hardscape are design elements that are solid and unchanging as the years go by. The ideal landscape is a balance of both hardscape and softscape.
Hardscape refers to the solid elements in the design of the landscape that stay the same for years. For example: large rocks, walkways and pavers, retaining walls, outdoor kitchens, water features, decks and driveways.
Softscape does not have that permanent quality that hardscaping does. It is the living part of a landscape that grows and changes with time and need to be maintained more meticulously. Softscape are the elements such as soil, plants, shrubs, trees, flowers, vegetables, vines, turf and color schemes.