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We offer full-service landscape design for new and existing homes at an affordable price.

Installing sod is a popular way to establish a new lawn. When installed properly and following proper sod laying instructions, this type of lawn can enhance the home by adding beauty to the surrounding landscape. Laying sod can be done nearly anytime; however, it is usually better when installed in spring or fall.

When we install sod for you, we provide grading (leveling) and a 1″ layer of top soil to give your new lawn a good foundation.

Are you tired of dealing with hoses or watering by hand? An automatic sprinkler system is the most convenient way to maintain your yard in the long-term.

Automatic sprinkler systems offer the convenience of consistent, timely watering and the benefits of a healthier lawn. When it’s time to landscape your yard, you won’t want to skip a sprinkler system.

Our team of experts can run sprinkler pipes through your yard and program your device to help your new lawn thrive. Keep in mind, however, that sprinkler watering times need to be adjusted on a seasonal basis so you’ll want to learn how to manage your sprinkler controller as time goes on.

Bark mulch comes from a variety of trees, from cypress and cedar to pine, hemlock and oak.

One of the classic favorites is double shredded hardwood bark mulch. We typically use dyed dark brown mulch. The added color helps it stay nice and dark longer, without fading as quickly. It costs a bit more, but most people appreciate the rich, dark look throughout the year.

Rock mulch is decorative gravel or rocks ranging in size from pea-size to golf ball size, often sourced from river beds.

It’s available in a wide variety of sizes, colors, textures and shapes, from porous, lightweight red or black lava rock to pretty, smooth quartz gravel mulch in purple or pink. A bed of rocks with crisp, square corners punctuated with contemporary ornamental grasses creates a clean, modern feel.

The price of rock mulch varies, depending on the type and size, but generally costs about the same as an application of mulch.

But remember, it doesn’t break down and disappear into the soil like bark mulch does. You don’t need to replace it every year. So you may actually save money over time.

Many homeowners make an attractive and welcoming outdoor space a priority. A flagstone or paver patio is a great choice, thanks to its durability, affordability, and resistance to almost any weather condition. A new patio adds value to almost any home and is customizable to fit any available space.

When compared to other patio materials, pavers are near the top of the durability scale. They are a great material to use outside because they can stand up to the wear and tear of the weather without the protection of an awning or a patio cover. Even heavy traffic will not cause damage to the concrete. They are also slip resistant to make it safer to walk outside, which is a great feature if you have a pool.

A lot of people like paver patios because they offer the look of natural stone. You have a huge variety of sizes, shapes, and colors from which to choose to build a patio area that complements the rest of your exterior design. If you want to continue this colorful theme, you can create seating or planters with the concrete pavers.

A retaining wall is a structure that holds or retains soil behind it. There are many types of materials that can be used to create retaining walls like concrete blocks, poured concrete, treated timbers, rocks or boulders. Some are easy to use, others have a shorter life span, but all can retain soil.

Over the years many different retaining wall materials have helped to alter the landscape in which we live. Common retaining wall products include railroad ties or treated timbers as well as wall stones, natural stones, bricks and concrete block.

While wood is often an inexpensive and simple choice for a retaining wall, its short lifespan makes it a relatively poor choice. As the wood decomposes, so does your retaining wall and the integrity of your usable space. Stones, rocks or boulders can create beautiful retaining walls, but the installation of these materials can be labor intensive. Thankfully, retaining walls made of stone require almost no maintenance once they’re installed.

It ultimately depends on your property… a Chamberlain & Sons team member can guide you in the right direction for installing a retaining wall in your yard.

A water feature is a landscape enhancement that uses water and other materials to bring beauty and tranquility to the environment. Types of water features for gardens include fountains, jeux d’eau, pools, ponds, rills, artificial waterfalls, and streams.

Often viewed as a luxury reserved for the wealthy – water features are far more accessible for the average person than widely believed. Modern water features are typically self-contained, meaning that they do not require water to be plumbed in; rather water is recycled from either a pond or a hidden reservoir, also known as a sump. The sump can either be contained within the water feature, or buried underground.

If you lack space to dedicate to a large water feature, you may opt for small features such as a container water garden, tabletop fountain, or a bubbling water container or urn. Small water features are attractive on a patio or deck, and most are large enough to provide the pleasant sound of bubbling or running water.

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How It Works.

Our process is pretty consistent with most landscaping companies, but here’s a brief overview so you know what to expect.

Schedule a Visit

We’ll come to your property and discuss the project with you. Then, we’ll take a few measurements and send you a formal proposal by email.

Start the Project

Your project is scheduled for the earliest date available when you accept the proposal. A partial deposit is due before we start working.

Be a Project Manager

Sit back and relax while our team does the hard work. Need to make a change? We’re flexible… just know some changes cost more.

Let it Grow!

Your project is done! We hope it’s even better than you imagined. If not, let us know what you need. Any unpaid balance is due now.