Walkway & Landscape Upgrades

This customer had the materials for the completion of a walkway and challenged our crews to match an as-built walkway already in place. Did our guys have any problems? Not in the least. Here is the Techo Bloc Champlain Grey Blu paver sidewalk we built, connecting the retaining wall and steps with the dock. Here … Continue reading Walkway & Landscape Upgrades

Hard Work

Our guys finished another massive project on the Lake. Stone paver walkways, a patio and firepit patio, outdoor kitchen, irrigation, sod, and a parking pad, ornamented through out with garden beds and fresh plant material. As always, click on any photo for a closer look. First, here are some of the people that made this … Continue reading Hard Work

Transformation

Our design team and installation crews outdid themselves this time. You are looking at some 3,000 square feet of fescue sod. The walkway is a 4' x 150' Catalina paver walkway. Amidst the trees, this walkway adjunct is a 16' diameter circular Catalina paver patio. The Firepit is 4' in diameter and composed of Colonial … Continue reading Transformation

Landscape Improvements

Another recent project combining sod & plant installation with stone paver work. We begin with the Zeon Zoysia sod, which is literally an Olympic class grass - it was the official golf course grass for the 2016 games in Rio, Brazil. And no wonder; this is an extremely durable grass which thrives in a range … Continue reading Landscape Improvements

New Sod & Patio Fire Pit

Our guys installed new sod for this customer, but first they needed to correct some serious drainage problems. So, they graded for positive drainage, mixed in 6 loads of new topsoil, and installed catch-basins at strategic locations. They then installed a 16' circular River Street Lafitt paver patio with a 4' diameter Colonial Weston Stone … Continue reading New Sod & Patio Fire Pit

On the Banks of the Roanoke River

We are checking in today with a customer we've been working with for a number of years. Things are looking good, to say the least! Click on any photo to get a closer look. This post is focused mainly on the side yard sod work, plantings, and associated stone work, but we've done a number … Continue reading On the Banks of the Roanoke River