FROM ROOT TO TREE TOP.
From planning and maintaining your trees to
installing a whole new landscape, we are here for you.
TREES & STUMPS
24-Hour Emergency Service
When the worst case scenario happens with a tree, you want a team of professionals to make an unsafe situation safe again. Broken limbs and fallen trees can be very dangerous as they are still part of nature and have a way of doing the unexpected. Keep yourself safe and trust a professional.
Pruning & Trimming
We recommend having your tree trimmed every 2-4 years depending on its location and maturity. An investment in your trees health will create safety while adding to your property’s value. A properly pruned tree with help the tree stay healthy and thrive in its environment.
Tree & Shrub Removal
Recommended for a variety of reasons that include dead, dying, damaged beyond saving, dangerous or causing an obstruction. Always trust a professional to the challenges and dangers of getting a tree safely on the ground.
Much like a haircut, hedging is just the tree and shrub version. Regular hedging can help keep specific shapes as well as identify possible disease spots for early treatment.
A stump on your property can be ugly, in the way, or dangerous. Special machinery will grind the stump into mulch that is then used to backfill the hole where the stump was. With the stump gone, you can gain the space back and landscape as you see fit.
Pest Control and Fertilization
Similar to a garden or large farm, trees and shrubs need some kind of pest control, fertilization or both. Whether its harmful bugs, treatable diseases, fungus or lack of nutrients. Your tree or shrub will likely benefit from a treatment.
With a variety of colors shapes and sizes, pavers are great for patios, walkways, driveways and more. Both durable and long lasting, pavers are an upgraded look to traditional concrete that will leave you amazed.
With irregular or dimensional and wonderful color options, flagstone can add natural beauty to your landscaping project.
Structural retaining walls can be both purposeful and elegant at the same time. Designed to keep hills, slopes and mounds in place while adding dimension to your yard. Generally considered to be 36” or taller, built with special material to stabilize and an extensive drainage system.
Lower profile walls like planting beds, tree rings, small tiers, seat walls and more. Generally considered to be 24” tall or smaller, they are a smaller version of the structural retaining wall.
The fire pit is a place to relax and enjoy. Made from blocks that offer standard options like round or square as well as custom shapes to accommodate any and all spaces. There are several different options between wood and gas to create the warmth and feel you desire.
Appropriately spaced and leveled natural or engineered stones to achieve a path wherever you like in your yard. These are available in many shapes, sizes and colors to perfect and pull the landscape design together.
Large, medium and small boulders can serve the right purpose in your landscaping project. Add some for winter interest, protect your property from out of control vehicles, build a dry creek and many more ideas. Boulders are great additions to many projects.
Precast concrete edging stones, natural rock or timber edging can be used to define and separate spaces. With a variety of colors, shapes, sizes and textures it offers a different look to the traditional metal edging.
Planters And Custom Planters
Made from wood, stone, block or metal. Designed and made to fit any space. Ready to install planters include galvanized stock tanks that come in a variety of shapes and sizes to fit your planting needs.
Sod is one of the best things you can install to freshen up your landscape. Create a place that’s fun, relaxing and beautiful. Whether Kentucky Blue or a hybrid type that’s more drought tolerant, a new lawn is waiting for you.
Short, tall or putting green. Artificial turf has come a long way in the past 30+ years. Unique and long lasting, it offers a low maintenance option to traditional sod/grass.
The most common type in the industry. Used to separate two aspects of your landscaping. With an added decorative cap it will look nice as well as be safe for kids and pets.
Coverings give your landscape additional color, contrast and texture. With so many rock and mulch options the combinations are almost endless.
Bring your landscape to life with trees, shrubs and perennials to create your own oasis. Treat yourself to your favorite colors: pinks, reds, yellows, purples, whites and more. Help support nature by attracting birds, bees and butterflies. Imagine the sights, smells and colors for years to come.
IRRIGATION & SPRINKLERS
Designed as an underground watering system that delivers a desired amount of water to specific areas. Used for lawns with water running through a series of pipes that connect to fixed pop up or rotary heads. Proper design and installation will maximize your water usage and while maintaining a health lawn.
Designed as above ground watering systems that deliver the desired amount of water to specific areas. Used for planting beds with water running through a series of pipes that connect to an emitter and small tubing.
Micro Spray Systems
Designed as above ground watering systems that deliver the desired amount of water to specific areas. Used for garden beds or mature planting beds where overlapping spray is desired. Similar to the traditional sprinkler system but above ground and much smaller.
GRADING & DRAINAGE
Creating a slope for drainage purposes or leveling out areas to accommodate new landscaping.
A trench that is sloped and filled with natural or polyurethane aggregate. Designed to capture excess water and divert it to a desired location.
Designed to capture gutter runoff water into an underground piping system that diverts it to a desired location.
Designed to capture and collect excess water in areas typically surrounded by non-permeable surfaces, such as concrete. Ranging types and sizes will fit almost any space or application.
Designed and used when there is not enough natural slope to get excess water away from a specific location. The well acts as a collection station for the water giving it time to slowly drain into the ground.