Compadre Zoysia is a topflight grass, with low requirements for fertilizer and water. Our guys graced this customer's yard with plenty of it. Well done, fellas! Have questions? Contact us!
New sod, fresh mulch; your neighbors are dressing up for spring, putting on their best for the season. Here are two projects, one completed and the other just starting. First, the precise deployment of dark walnut and pine needle mulch. And then there is this restoration project we've been involved with for some months now. … Continue reading Spring Dress Up
This is a long time customer who decided to enhance an already beautiful lake front property. Here is what this property looked like circa 2018 ... The enhancements included a 160' long Savannah Lafitt stone walkway connecting the driveway to a lake side patio, with a lateral branch to the boat dock. But first, we … Continue reading Stone Paver Enhancements
Here are photos of our crew rolling out some new sod, to introduce a little green into this customer's winter landscape. While elsewhere, our guys laid cubic yards of Dark Walnut mulch. See something you like? Contact us!
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
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
Landscaping properly done can personalize new construction, helping a house to become a home. Here is an example. As usual, click on any photo for a closer look. We began this project with a scene like this: the flat, clay soil typical of the eastern edge of the Piedmont of North Carolina. But with the … Continue reading From a House to a Home