Waterfront

It should not surprise, but surprisingly it often does, that there is more waterfront living in this community than is provided by our local lakes. There is also the historic Roanoke River as it flows south of Lake Gaston & Roanoke Rapids Lake, providing both the charms of being on the water and the conveniences … Continue reading Waterfront

Rain Out

We came to this customer's property to do some irrigation repairs, and stayed to introduce some large scale drainage upgrades. Along the way, our guys re-graded the front foundation, installed a 90' retaining wall and 100 feet of ground gutters, replaced and upgraded a lot of plant material, mulched and mulched again. Oh, and rip-rap, … Continue reading Rain Out

Landscape Revisited

We had occasion a few months back to re-visit a property we landscaped almost a year ago. Last year, this was new construction and our crews installed a complete yardscape from the ground up. Our work then included more than a dozen different plant varieties, bermuda sod, and night lighting. We came back this year … Continue reading Landscape Revisited

Patios, Walls, & Walkways

And that doesn't begin to capture the challenge and scope of our latest project. We brought in multiple truckloads of ABC Crush Run, graded everything, and then constructed an 80' long Colonial Castle Manor Grana retaining wall to bolster two stone paver patios. And that was just for starters. This is the upper patio area … Continue reading Patios, Walls, & Walkways

Project Update

The photos are coming in as work progresses on this project. Remember this scene? It's getting a new look. Our guys are laying down the Fescue sod. It will ultimately take more than 24,000 sf of sod to cover this expansive property. Some good work is being done around the pool right now. We've gotten … Continue reading Project Update

Everything Old is New Again

We like seeing rehabilitation of existing structures and yards, and more so when we are involved! This customer is restoring and enhancing this stately old house, built circa 1940, and we are doing the same with the landscape. It is more than 7 acres of land in which we are installing among other things a … Continue reading Everything Old is New Again