HARDSCAPING DESIGN & CONSTRUCTION
Hardscaping is essentially everything that is not vegetation. Hardscape's consist of manmade features that may use natural or manmade elements.
Hardscape elements can also define the use of a space, such as with a driveway, or it can lead visitors through different zones of landscaping, as with a gravel path that winds through a grassy area and into a secluded garden. There are so many ways to use hardscape elements to enhance your property
Property that isn’t perfectly flat presents a unique challenge. Building a stone wall to function as a retaining wall can fix this. This levels the ground and allows you to create a step-down design.
When building your retaining walls, you can use metal, wood, stone, or concrete.
Paving stones or brick pavers are individual sections made from various materials like natural stone, concrete or brick. Many of these pieces interlock, which makes for a flexible system that is extremely durable.
DRIVEWAYS, WALKWAYS, PATIOS
Patios, walkways, and driveways entrances all gain dramatic appeal with creatively designed surfaces. These hardscape features stand out brilliantly in any setting and can be highly customized to add cohesion to your property. Most frequently, they’re also used to bridge the gap between natural and manmade features, blending your home to the world around it.
The area that surrounds your swimming pool is called a pool deck. One of the biggest trends in outdoor design today is installing a decorative concrete pool deck: a colored, textured, and inviting area surrounding the pool that provides a safe, slip-resistant deck for sunbathing and barbecuing.
Stamped concrete, commonly referred to as patterned concrete or imprinted concrete, is concrete that is designed to resemble brick, slate, flagstone, stone, tile and even wood. Stamped concrete can be used to beautify pool decks, driveways, entries, courtyards, and patios.
Swimming pool water features are among the top ideas for adding beauty, dimension, movement, and a sense of tranquility to any backyard space.
Some examples of water features are waterfalls, fountains, grottos, cascades, water bowls, deck jets, spa spillovers and more!
OUTDOOR LIVING FEATURES
Backyard living spaces has evolved over the years from just a simple patio furniture set and grill to a full on outdoor kitchen, fire pit, dining area, etc. Our design and build team can help you decide what will work for your home to create the yard of your dreams.
Improve the aesthetic and value of your backyard with a custom outdoor kitchen/bar. There are a number of options you can have added to your custom kitchen to create something that you love. One of the key pieces to an outdoor kitchen is the grill. Other options we can install include built-in side burners, waste baskets, refrigerators, pizza ovens, sinks, warming drawers and much more.
Adding an outdoor fire pit to your concrete patio can give you an additional outdoor entertaining space. This hardscape design is perfect for adding an outdoor entertaining space to your backyard.
The perfect combination of lighting can transform an outdoor space into an oasis. Whether you want to highlight stonework, illuminate walkways or draw attention to interesting foliage. Outdoor lighting creates more beautiful and livable outdoor spaces while enhancing the functionality and safety of your home after dark.
GAZEBOS, PAVILLIONS, PERGOLAS
These outdoor structures are designed to add accents and possibly shade to a yard. For best results, place yours far away from the main structure for a sense of privacy and escape.