Complete Landscaping

Finish Grading
Finish grading is the process of clearing and smoothing out land to
prepare it for sod, hydro-seed, planting, or whatever the next step
may be for you.

We have over twenty years experience grading
and doing it right by hauling excess material away.

Hydro seeding
 Hydro-seeding is a fast, cost effective way to have
a new lawn in a short period of time.

Sod Installation
Is the fastest way to have a new lawn, literally in moments.

Retaining Walls
A retaining wall can hold back a hillside
and turn steep slopes into living space as well as add beauty.

Paver Walks & Patios
Add dimension and functionality to your yard
for a more enjoyable home life.

Add or remove flowers, shrubbery and trees to beautify
your property as well as providing shade,
protection from wind and weather or increase security.

Mulching is one of the simplest and most beneficial practices
you can use in flower beds and gardens.
Mulch is simply a protective layer of a material that is spread
on top of the soil.

Mulches can either be organic such as wood chips or inorganic
such as stones, brick chips, and plastic. Both organic and inorganic
mulches have numerous benefits:

  • Protects the soil from erosion

  • Reduces compaction from the impact of heavy rains

  • Conserves moisture, reducing the need for frequent watering

  • Maintains a more even soil temperature

  • Prevents weed growth

  • Keeps plants clean

  • Allows access to flower beds

  • Provides a "finished" look to the garden

Trimming and Pruning
Cutting back the trees and bushes in your yard is beneficial,
but you need to know what you're doing.
There are a number of benefits to properly trimming
such as improves the health of your plants by removing dead or dying
branches. It also protects the branch structure and reduces hazards
such as falling limbs from trees or low-hanging branches.
On fruit trees, it can improve the size and quantity of the crop
as well as maintaining the overall beauty of your property.

Thatching & Aerating
If your lawn shows considerable foot wear, drains slowly,
or browns up quickly when dry, the soil is probably compacted.

Thatch is the organic layer of material that wedges between
your grass and the soil. If it gets thicker than " to "
it could lead to moisture starvation, foster insect growth,
and festering lawn disease.

In both cases, your lawn is most likely a strong
candidate for aeration.