Outdoor Living Spaces
Are you looking for ideas on how to upgrade your outdoor living spaces? The term hardscape is used to for non-living elements of a landscape — such as brick or flagstone patios and walkways, retaining walls, natural ponds, waterfalls and wood decks.
Hardscaping should be a natural extension of your landscaping and home design. Hardscaping elements can be subtle accents or dramatic focal points of a landscape design.
If you have your own landscaping ideas or if you need assistance, we can help you implement the perfect design to create an outdoor living area that fits your style, needs and budget.
We’ve been designing and building walls, walkways and unique backyard focal points for years.
We can work with you to bring your ideas to fruition, or help you design your project from scratch.
- Design and Construction
- Brick Patios & Walks
- Full Retaining Walls
- Natural Ponds & Waterfalls
- Wood Deck Installation
- Bulldozer/Backhoe Service
- Tree & Stump Removal
You can depend on us because this is who we are and what we offer::
- Highly experienced
- Up-front, honest and reliable work
- Customized to client specifications
- Guidance throughout the process
- 100% customer satisfaction
Hardscaping also includes boulder work and brick paving.
Boulders are large stones that can be used to accent your landscape in several ways. You may choose to create a wall using boulders or simply use a few to decorate a corner lot. Boulders can be placed within a landscape that has few plants. They can also be used with ponds — the ideas are endless. Landscaping with boulder work requires little to no maintenance.
Brick paving projects include: patios, driveways, driveway ribbons, walkways, decorative walls, retaining walls, firepits, mailboxes, and more!
In addition to providing hardscaping services we also offer a full line of landscaping design, installation and maintenance services at affordable prices.Contact Us Today at (614) 600-0427 for a Free Evaluation of Your Hardscaping Project or the handling of your current project.