Hardscaping Projects


Hardscaping your yard is about more than just aethetics.

It serves a purpose and is extremely important to your overall function of your outdoor space.

When planning and choosing your hardscaping materials, layout and design, it is important to consider how they will impact the efficiency, flow, and look of your landscaping.

Retaining walls and stone stairs or paths can assist in leveling off sloping or uneven land.

They can also help improve drainage and minimize runoff in areas that may be flooded with water faster.

By absorbing heat from the sun, materials like stone, rock and concrete can help dry the soil around it. This can prevent standing water, over-watering, algae and mildew, and unwanted pests.

Fences and gates provide privacy and protection for your home. They define your property line and section off various areas of your yard that you may want to use for other purposes.

When designed and implemented correctly hardscaping also provides fluidity from the inside of your home to the outside. Building an outdoor kitchen, deck or patio creates and provides outdoor amenities that rival those of your indoor space. An outdoor fireplace or fire pit drastically extends the use of your outdoor space well into the colder months. Having a usable living space outdoors helps encourage you and your family to spend more time outside and gives a great place to entertain and host guests.

Recent Projects

Residential Home Project

This residential home requested a hardscaping wall with a rock path on the side.

New Retaining Wall and Patio Installation

Customer in Conneaut Lake, PA wanted to create a patio and hardwall for a hottub.

New Paver Patio Installation

We created an outdoor living space for the customer so they can enjoy their outdoor area with friends and family.

Greystone Patio Installation

Customer wanted to create a outdoor sitting area for friends and family in their limited space backyard area we came up with a design that met their budget then completed the work.