Hardscaping & Outdoor Living

Patios, Pathways, Retaining Walls, & Outdoor Living

Patios & Walkways

Hardscape elements are often the centerpiece of outdoor living spaces. A well-designed patio or walkway not only adds aesthetic value to a property but also improves its functionality and accessibility.

Our team has has the experience and knowledge required to construct your dream patio. From material selection and site preparation to grading and drainage. We ensure that your project is built to last, withstand our local weather conditions, and integrate seamlessly with the surrounding landscape.

Retaining Walls

Retaining walls are an essential component of landscaping design, particularly in areas with sloping terrain, like much of the Pacific Northwest. We are here to help you build the perfect retaining wall, as it involves many considerations such as...

  • Soil Composition
  • Drainage
  • The Weight and Pressure of the Wall and Soil

With the right expertise, retaining walls can do more than help handle the slop of your landscape. They direct the eyes, create tiered areas that separate gardens from lawn, and really bring your outdoor space to life. We are here to provide that expertise and make sure that your retaining walls last a long time, have proper drainage, and look aesthetically pleasing.

Customized to Fit your Needs

We understand that every property is unique and requires a careful and personal touch. That's why we offer customized hardscaping solutions that are tailored to fit your land and your specific family needs.

Anything from making the backyard a safe place for the kids to play, to putting in that multi-tiered garden and patio you've been wanting. Our team will work closely with you to determine the best materials, design, and layout for your hardscaping project. 

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