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The Installation Process
Irrigation Systems Plant & Tree Installation Rock & Boulder Installation Sod Installation Lawn Seeding Hydro-seeding Tree Transplanting Mail Box Installation General landscaping renovation to fill in, restore, or otherwise improve existing landscaping
Fences And Walls. Erected to protect landscaping from the elements, increase privacy, or establish property boundaries; may be freestanding or retaining, and may be constructed of wood (including the ever-popular railroad tie), natural stone, precast stone, or green materials, including ornamental shrubbery like pines, firs, etc. Hedges are considered outdoor walls.
Rock Gardens. To add dimension to landscaping while giving plants a place to thrive.
Borders. Typically installed to create a line of demarcation between ornamental planting beds and lawns; may be made of wood, plastic, metal, brick, or decorative stone. Paths, Walks, Stepping Stones, And Driveways. Used to unite areas or separate one area from another (e.g., the lawn from the garden), or to provide access to the house, yard, and other areas, including landscaped areas that require maintenance. Brick pavers and other irregularly shaped materials like gravel, flagstones, and even broken concrete are often used.
Steps. Often used to move between landscaping on several levels or link flat areas line lawns or terraces; often serve as a unique garden feature on their own merit. Decks and Patios. These help to establish usable outdoor space and "living rooms" for entertaining. Patios are usually constructed at ground level of stone or concrete, while decks are raised platforms of pressure-treated or rot-resistant wood that may or may not be attached to the home.
Shade/Storage Structures. Whether strictly ornamental (like gazebos and pavilions) or functional (like sheds), these buildings are outdoor rooms that can be constructed at a modest cost.
Ornamental Structures. Used to diffuse direct sunlight or to provide support for climbing plants and vines; structures like arbors, pergolas, and trellises are usually constructed over patios, decks, or bare ground to provide a covered walkway or shady area. Ideally, they unite the house style with the landscaping theme. While usually made of wood, these structures also may be constructed of metal poles topped with canvas.
Landscaping and Exterior Lighting. Includes low-voltage path lighting, downlighting (usually as a security measure), and uplighting (to emphasize distinctive features like the building's facade or landscaping).
Solar Installations for Night Gardens. Collecting energy from the sun, solar products glow in may forms and colors. We can create a night garden by designing with solar implements, such as glowing violets, birds, hanging stars, and gazing globes.
Seasonal Staging. Decorative additions to home exteriors set a "mini-stage" to create a mood. Autumn calls for playful displays of hay bales, scarecrows, baskets of gourds, and topiaries made of changing leaves. Winter holidays usually entail hanging lights, we can add some creativity by installing a antique sleigh, mistletoe-wrapped mailbox, and wheelbarrow full of faux sugar plums and pinecones.
Water Features. Often built to complement ornamental planting or to provide a tranquil oasis. Typical residential water features include Asian-inspired garden pools, water gardens, ponds, and fountains. Waterfalls, reflecting pools, and streams are also popular choices for larger yards.