Chemical Applications

  • Anti-desiccant – A foliage spray designed to help trees (particularly evergreens) hold in moisture in dry or wintry conditions.
  • Broadleaf weeds – Weeds, such as dandelion, clover, and chickweed, that take resources from turf and disrupt the texture of the lawn.
  • Crabgrass – This high-growing grass with branching stems often appears with purplish tones and spreads easily, crowding out other turf and disrupting the uniform presentation of your lawn.
  • Fertilizer – Organic or inorganic compounds that promote growth in plants by providing major nutrients and micronutrients.
  • Fertilization – The proper application of the proper amount of fertilizer encourages growth and flowering in turf and plants. It is also known as "feeding."
  • Grubs – The larval forms of beetles, grubs live in the soil and feed on plant roots. A grub-damaged lawn usually shows large, irregular sections of brown turf that detach easily from the soil. Grubs are most effectively treated in late summer or early fall, before they mature
  • Moles – Small mammals that dig tunnels that cause unsightly trails on the surface of the lawn and disrupt the root system
  • Pre-emergent weed control – A treatment used to prevent the appearance of weeds such as crabgrass.

 Hardscapes and Retaining Walls

Retaining Wall

Retaining walls are perfect for building up a center island feature, leveling off and filling in a severely sloping back yard, or anywhere you want to add style and stability to your property.
  • Steps
  • Patios
  • Landscaping
We offer a Custom Design for every residential venture.


Very often, residential or commercial developments feature amenity areas with intertwined hardscape and landscape designs.  In these cases it often makes sense to construct the project with a combined hardscape and landscape package.

Some of our hardscape services include:
  • Patios and Walkways made from flagstone, or decorative pavers
  • Retaining walls of dry stacked stone, veneered composite, or landscape blocks
  • Fire pits and built-in grills
  • Water features, waterfalls

Drainage and Grading

Site grading away from a foundation with the correct slope is the easiest of solutions to the possible yard drainage problems you may encounter. But sometimes, poor drainage in a yard isn't corrected so easily. If your site is situated at the foot of a slope, grading the ground along the foundation may not be enough. Learn how to drain water away from your yard by using a French drain.

There are two main sources of water which must be considered. The first is surface water, which comes directly from rain, ending up on the land.

The second actually is from rain also, but in this case it hits the roof of the house, running into the gutters.

These gutters, which can collect a large amount of rain water, connect to leader pipes usually attached to house corners. And where does this water end up? On your property also. 

Types of drainage:
  • Lawn Drainage 
  • Perforated Pipe 
  • French Drains 
  • Driveway Drainage 
  • Rain Gardens 
  • Slope Plantings and Drainage
  • Grading, stabilization, and erosion control