Spring & Fall CleanUp
Spring cleanup includes: blowing or raking leaves from landscape beds, trimming back any plants that require it at that time, cleaning leaves and debris from window wells and any corners where they have collected over the winter, picking up any sticks or debris from the lawn, finished with standard mowing and bagging.
Landscape design typically involves artistic composition and artisanship, horticultural finesse and expertise, and emphasis on detailed site involvement from conceptual stages through to final construction.
Refers to all the various types of inanimate means we employ to get our grounds under control and make them both practical and appealing. Some good examples would be sidewalks and pathways, patios, retaining walls, pavers, fencing, driveways, and decks.
Patio & Retaining Walls
Made from a premium blend of organic materials, our mulch is comprised of leaves, shrubs, and other recycled wood, making it eco-friendly.
Tree & Stump Removal
Some stumps are easier to remove than others and therefore different techniques can be applied. Pine tree stumps tend to be easier to remove than stumps from deciduous trees. The roots of pine trees tend to be wide, flat, and relatively shallow while deciduous tree stumps’ roots tend to be long and deep.