"From the very beginning with ...their landscape designer who not only has a keen eye for placement of plants but who also listened to my requests and needs, to Don their nursery manager who helped in many ways to make sure the plant materials I wanted were top quality and available, to Mitch the crew foreman who was hard working, knowledgeable and meticulous with the installation to the owner Alan, who has given a new meaning to the word customer service, our experience has been wonderful."- Eric N.
More patios, walls & steps, etc.
You can choose from a wide variety of flat stone paving or flagstone.
We most often use Montana slate, but also work frequently with flat granite, Wilkinson stone, tumbled slate, and a host of other types.
Usually set in a crushed rock base covered with compacted sand, the stone can also be mortared, custom cut, and fit against other styles of paving for a more eccentric look.
We do a lot of patios. Keep in mind that you may need a slightly bigger space than you think to set a four-person table where you can still move your chair back without stepping onto the adjacent lawn or bed area.
First you determine the shape and then you choose the materials. We'll give you a catalog showing stone selections as well as other types of paving to help you choose. You can also visit our sample library in Redmond for more information.
Add pots and a few Adirondack chairs and...well, suffice it to say that we have to look at the size carefully.
- Rock Steps
These simple rock steps, made up of fitted small boulders, are one of the longest-lasting and most cost-effective ways to make steps. We can also make them from flagstone and other types of rock.
- Raised garden beds