Hardscapes

Retaining walls, patios, walkways, outdoor kitchens, outdoor fireplaces, fire pits, planting beds, is a crucial component in landscape design. Incorporating well-designed hardscaping into your landscape provides a number of benefits.

Enhance your landscape

Hardscapes can increase your property value as well as your home’s curb appeal. Incorporating hardscapes into your landscape creates contrast, texture, and diversity and provides the perfect framework for your landscaping.

Correct grade issues

If you have a sloping or uneven yard, hardscaping such as retaining walls, tiered patios, and stone stairs and paths can transform it into usable space. It can also help prevent erosion.

outdoor living space

Hardscaping can be used to create an outdoor room with amenities that rival your indoor space, such as a full outdoor kitchen, built-in seating, and an outdoor fireplace or fire pit. This outdoor space will be perfect for entertaining guests and will allow you to enjoy nature and immerse yourself in your landscape rather than just admire it from your window.

Decorative river rock

Some of the benefits of decorative river rock include the the following:

  • Low Maintenance: You almost never need to replace them.
  • Lower Cost: Because they’re longer lasting, it is generally less expensive.
  • Weeds Be Gone: Rock can keep weeds away longer.
  • Wind-Resistant: Rock are great at preventing soil erosion and easy to blow out debris.

Mulch

Some of the benefits of mulch include the the following:

  • Less Water: Mulch helps retain water so you spend less time watering.
  • More Nutrients: As mulch breaks down, it adds nutrients for the plants.
  • Fewer Weeds: Mulch stops weed seeds from sprouting, so you will see fewer weeds.
  • Temperature: Mulch keeps plants warm in the winter and cool in the summer.