Each of these features bring forth a unique aspect of your landscape and the diversity of available materials allows for an expression of your personal preferences.
The first step in the our design process is choosing the appropriate material for the job. Are we retaining a driveway or a foot path? Will this work require geo-technical engineer or an architectural designer? What is the ultimate purpose or the goals of the feature? What aesthetics appeals to you? Permeable paver, stamped concrete, or flagstone patio of pathways? River rock, basalt, Versa-lok, Allan Block, or concrete retaining walls?
Once that’s decided, we work with you, our design team, geo-technical engineers, and landscape architects to make the best, most resilient decisions for your home.
Our focus on resiliency and sustainable landscape practices comes in to play during the installation—the techniques we use allow the your project to withstand the forces of nature and every day use.