So, we’re trying to get better about showing you all exactly what we spend our time doing other than making rounds at our regular maintenance accounts. Our install crews have been extremely busy this summer enhancing the outdoor living spaces of several of our existing clients, as well as new clients that sought us out for specific projects.
This week we’re at the home of Al and Betsy Roach where we’re planning an extreme yard makeover. The homeowners have gone through multiple yard environments over the years as they slowly lost three very large oak trees that were original to the property when the home was built. The loss of the trees dramatically changed the landscape until they were left with a mass of junipers, a failing railroad tie retaining wall beneath the junipers, and no real focal point in the yard.
Once the project is complete, the junipers will no longer be present, nor will the rotten and outdated railroad ties. Instead the front yard will boast a stacked stone retaining wall, completely new sod, and several areas for new plantings.
Take a look at what the front yard looked like before we began this morning:
We’re very excited to be a part of this yard transformation, and we hope you’ll check back to see the finished result. What you’ll find is that a good clean-up, and the addition of a more modern hardscape created from resilient materials can really pack a punch!