Good commercial landscape design is created so that every open space can perform a variety of functions to enhance the customer’s or visitor’s experience. Most commercial and business spaces hire a landscaper because they want a landscape design that looks gorgeous in spring, summer, and fall, and also remains attractive during the colder months, and good design should make sure it looks in great shape throughout the year. Using gravel, stone and boulders is an excellent way to ensure your landscape looks amazing regardless of the season.
Retaining walls and masonry structures are the first step of many construction projects, general contractors seek good tensile strength at a good price. Concrete blocks are readily available at every building supply, and they are the default masonry construction, but sometimes you have to be ready to put walls up quickly so you can move on to the more complicated parts of the build. One of the most classic retaining wall materials are gabions and river rock, and we carry those, as well as many kinds of natural rock, in any amount you need.
Building stone is an attractive alternative to wall blocks, but it does affect the budget. If your client wants the look of stone but can’t afford the price tag, remind them that you can always embellish a budget masonry wall with stone veneer.
Turf management takes a lot of time and effort. Consider replacing some of it with sand, pebbles or slate: no watering or mowing is required, they are still comfortable for walking and sitting on.
Designing gardens, vegetable patches or flower beds? We have everything you need to grow beautiful, healthy plants: sand, gravel, soil, compost and the best amendments.
If you have ever had to fix a sidewalk cracked by tree roots or had to hire subcontractors to replace an expensive 5-year-old tree because it was dying from too little root space, you will love CU soil. Cu structural soil was developed by scientists specifically to deal with this problem: trees planted in paved areas cannot grow roots appropriately, so they are forced to grow them upwards or sideways, resulting in damaged sidewalks and pavements, and unhealthy trees.
For projects involving trees amid large paved areas, such as parking lots and streets, impress your customers by offering CU-structural soil. We are a licensed provider of this scientifically developed soil, that has the structure to withstand the weight of sidewalks and pavements while still retaining the air and water tree roots need to grow.