How To Protect Your Patio Over The Winter

As we move into the frigid, snow and ice-covered New England winter, you may be wondering about the best ways to protect your patio (and even other forms of hardscape) on your property, especially if you recently had your patio constructed. Today, let’s explore a few easy steps that you can take to preserve and protect your patio, whether stone,...

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5 Benefits of a Stone Fire Pit Entertaining Space

Outdoor fire pits and fireplaces are quite the trend in the United States today. According to the American Society of Landscape Architect’s Residential Landscape Trends Survey, topping the list of outdoor design features is the stone fireplace and fire pit. 

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Preparing for Spring Landscaping

Landscaping Services in the Spring It doesn’t feel like Spring is around the corner but in reality now is a great time to start planning your Spring landscape. To begin, think about how you want to use your yard this year and consider areas for kids or pets, entertaining or outdoor living. If you’re not sure, our landscape architects have great...

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Create a Destination – At Home!

Soothe Your Soul by Enhancing your Landscaping The fragrant hint of summer roses, the sound of the wind in the trees and the beauty of brightly colored flowers all reward our senses in the garden. After a long day of traffic jams, deadlines, difficult economic news and endless demands, a stroll through your garden can soothe the soul. In fact,...

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Spring Landscaping Ideas

Ideas for Your Landscape in the Spring After a long, cold, snowy winter, it’s time to get outside, take a deep breath and start planning how you are going to use your yard this year. As we all seek outlets for stress reduction and restoration, let our landscape architects help you transform your property into an attractive, welcoming and serene...

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Why Fall is the Right Time to Add Walls, Walks, & Patios

Installing Hardscape Features: Walkways, Walls, and Patios Even though the normal fall landscape maintenance include raking leaves and assuring your trees are structurally safe to withstand the load of snow, you don’t need to wait until spring to make landscape improvements – fall is a terrific time for hardscape installation. Take advantage of a few great months for landscape improvements...

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Natural Stepping Stone Walks and Paths

Consider a natural stepping stone path to guide traffic throughout your property. It happens every year; the most highly trafficked areas on your property get trampled down to bare dirt, leaving an unattractive series of paths across your landscape. Let this be the last year you have to look at these beaten paths, and add attractive stepping stone walkways to...

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Combining Natural & Engineered Stone in Your Hardscape

Add a landscape feature with natural stone and engineered pavers to give you the best when it comes to hardscape Deciding which type of stone to use for your next hardscape project can be a difficult. With a variety of natural stones and engineered pavers readily available, the paradox of choice threatens to make adding a new landscape feature a...

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Build a Natural Stone Wall to Line Your Property

Natural Stone Walls Serve as an Attractive and Functional Boundary Marker For thousands of years, land owners have been using stone to construct the walls that lined their property; keeping their cattle in check, and helping to identify rigid property boundaries with their neighbors that could have lived many miles away. Though times have changed, natural stone is still a...

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