Landscaping:

Want to redesign your outdoor living area? We offer a wide range of landscaping services to help with your next landscaping project.

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A lot goes into the design and planning of your landscape to ensure it looks its best. Our team will develop a plan while taking into consideration the area in which we have to work, your budget, and what will best add to your curb appeal and value. Take a look at some of the landscaping services we offer below.

Sod Installation/ Lawn Replacement:

Sod installation and lawn replacement are one of the many landscaping services we offer. There are many reasons clients may choose to replace their lawn. Whatever the reason, we're here for you! Below is an example of a lawn we replaced for a client so they could get it ready to sell. Give us a call for an estimate on replacing your lawn!

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Plant Installation:

When you put the right plant in the right place, giving it nearly ideal growing conditions, your lawn will flourish! Want a new hedge line? Or maybe just some new plants around the yard? If you need some new plants installed or some old ones removed, then we've got you covered. Give us a call on an estimate for your next planting job!

Boarders/Edges:

Keeping neat and clean boarders are a great way to present your flower/rock beds. Often overlooked, lawn and flower bed edging can play an important role in your landscape design plan to improve your property’s overall curb appeal. Edging comes down to simply separating two distinct areas. There are an unlimited amount of different boarder options to choose from. let us help!

Rocks/Mulch:

Mulched beds grow healthier, have fewer weeds, and resist drought than unmulched ones. Done properly, it'll allow you to spend less time watering, weeding, and fighting pest problems. 


Rock beds are another popular choice. Rocks provide a natural, textural element to landscape designs as well as a durable, low-maintenance, organic option that’s often quite eye-catching. Stones also can help hide or disguise problem areas, like ungraceful hills or grades, utility equipment, or unattractive foundation walls, or stand in for mulch in beds.