Landscape

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Landscaping is not just stones, it is so much more. From beautiful plants and shrubs to lighting and seating, there is literally a metric ton that goes into any outdoor project.

Paver Patios, Driveways

& Walkways

Boulder & Block

Retaining Walls

Water Features

Lakeshore Restoration

Landscaping Bed

Design & Installation

Seeding & Sodding

We Can Do the Dirty Work

If you are tackling a big project of your own and need a bit of help with the heavy lifting: we’ve got you covered.

Demo Work

Sometimes you just need someone to come in with the right equipment and get you started.

Excavation

Digging a window well? Putting in a backyard pool? We are ready to move some earth for you.

Grading & Drainage

Every outdoor project needs proper grading and drainage to protect your property.

Material Hauling

We can deliver the materials you need directly to your project site.

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FAQs About Pavers 

 We have answered some of our customer’s most asked questions about patios and walkway installation here.

What is the process for paver installation?

Paver projects will be completed in 4 phases:

Phase I
:  Excavate and remove all loose materials to a depth of up to 12”.  This provides setting for the gravel base, which will protect your driveway from heaving and uneven settling.

Phase II:  Installation and compaction of base materials.  3/4” crushed granular to be installed and compacted in 3” layers to ensure proper compaction.  Base shall be sloped away from buildings for drainage purposes at 1” of slope every 10” (exact slope may vary due to site conditions).  Next, a 1” base of screeding sand is installed directly on top of the compacted base.

Phase III: Pavers are cut and laid directly on top of the bedding sand.  Small gaps in between the pavers is normal and provides space for the jointing sand installed between pavers.

Phase IV: Edging, Compacting, and Finishing.  Edge restraints are installed along outside edges to prevent paver shifting.  Pavers are then compacted with a plate tamper to settle the pavers into the bedding sand and create a flat, level surface.  Finally, polymeric sand is swept into the joints to lock the pavers together and create a durable surface.

Can I seal my patio/driveway?

Absolutely! Though, it is recommended to let a patio go through one full season cycle. This gives the pavers the time to cure, along with the polymeric sand.

What is the white stuff on my pavers?

Efflorescence is a naturally occurring process in all concrete products which may appear in the form of a white powdery film on the unit’s surface. Efflorescence may be more perceivable in darker colors. It does not, in any way, compromise the functionality or the structural integrity of the product or your installation. Although efflorescence cannot be prevented, it will wash off over time or it can be cleaned with an industry cleaner.

How do I maintain my paver driveway/patio?

Household cleaning agents usually can used to remove debris from paver surfaces. A stiff brush should be used to scrub tough stains. Refrain from using any type of metal brushes on paver surfaces, as that can lead to scratches. Pressure washers can be used but can also remove joint sand. If this happens, total lawn care will be able to apply joint sand to repair it.

What is joint sand?

Polymeric sand is a fine sand that is combined with additives that form a binding agent when exposed to water. As the sand particles fuse, the joint between two patio pavers becomes impenetrable and the pavers are locked in place.

What Your Neighbors are Saying

Great people who do great work!

Posted by Matthew Boeve on Tuesday, December 24, 2019

They did a fantastic job on re-grading along my house and helping me add landscaping! Would recommend then 100x over

Posted by Sarah Stocker on Monday, September 30, 2019