Landscapes don’t just contain lawns, gardens, grass, and plants, but also have several other installations such as driveways, walkways, retaining walls, and patios. It takes some skill, planning, and understanding of design to install these features on any landscape.
Pavers: Stone Walks, Walls, Patios, Driveways
Unfortunately, people don’t pay much attention to hardscapes and consider them a great place to cut corners when they’re on a budget. That’s a mistake because hardscapes will outlast other landscape installations by many years. They’re also more expensive to install so it’s a good idea to get it right the first time around. We at McNeill Landscape can help design and install the stunning hardscape elements.
We have installed pavers, walkways, pathways, and other such hardscapes on many properties in Excelsior, Minnetonka, Hopkins, Eden Prairie, Chaska, and Edina. Our skilled masons always take great care to make sure that hardscape features are installed well and are resilient.
We have also carried out several installations in Chanhassen, Mound, Shakopee, Plymouth, and Saint Louis Park and know how to handle projects of all sizes. We have the skill and the experience to ensure your landscape looks great and is durable.
Our Hardscape InstallationsWe can handle all kinds of projects and create a stunning landscape for you. Our designers know how to use hardscape installations to give structure and shape to the outdoor spaces on your property. They’ll ensure these installations blend in seamlessly into your landscape design and look great.
- Stone Walks – Stone walks can be a charming addition to any landscape. They add a rustic element to the design and enhance the overall beauty of your outdoors. Stone walks are also resilient and easy to maintain because the material can withstand the elements well. These walks will help you navigate through your landscape so you won’t need to trample on grass and ground cover to get from one section to another.
- Walls – Structures like retaining walls are an essential part of your landscape because they provide it structure and shape. Retaining walls also help prevent erosion and keep the land in place, especially on a sloping terrain. These walls need to be durable and resilient because if they’re not, they can cave-into the pressure and collapse.
- Patios – A patio is one of the most popular outdoor installations and can be a great place to entertain people or simply spend time with your family. They also add an interesting design element to the landscape and make it stand out.
- Driveways – Driveways are the primary entry points to your property and they serve a practical purpose. However, they’re also a great way to add interest and beauty to your landscape. If you use the right pavers and a unique layout, your driveway can be attractive and improve your home’s curb appeal.
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