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Mulch Installation

Mulching is one of the best things you can do for your garden.  Adding a fresh layer of mulch around your plantings will not only give your landscape a neat and tidy appearance but will also provide a multitude of benefits.

  • Insulates the soil helping to provide a buffer from heat and cold temperatures.
  • Retains water helping to keep the roots moist.
  • Keeps weeds out to help prevent root competition.
  • Prevents soil compaction..

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Decorative Rock Installation

Decorative rock is a great alternative to installing mulch in your landscape beds.  Just like mulch, decorative rock gives your landscape beds a neat and tidy appearance.  There are several benefits to installing decorative rock. 

  • Rock is heavier than mulch which ensure the material to not blow or wash away.
  • Variety of colors and sizes to enhance the curb appeal of your home
  • Can be more expensive than mulch but  requires less maintenance.

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Draintile and Erosion Control

Whether you are at the beginning stage of planning your landscape or have a mature landscape, we can provide drainage system design, installation, repair and maintenance. Drainage is an important part of any landscape because if it isn’t done correctly, major problems could arise in the near future.

  • Landscape Grading
  • French Drains and Drain Tile
  • RipRap and River Rock
  • Retaining Walls

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Sod Installation

When installing sod, the results are instant, and you will have a ready to use lawn in a matter of days once the turf settles in (usually 2 – 3 weeks). Sod can be installed anytime during the growing season (spring, summer or fall) and reduces the chances of weeds as opposed to seeding. We recommend installing sod during spring or fall when temperatures are cooler. 

  • Apply a starter fertilizer before installing sod to stimulate root growth 
  • Install only FRESH, locally grown sod
  •  Sod is a living plant that requires ground contact and moisture to survive. 

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