A & D Lawn Care has a full service concrete and hardscape division. We have many years experience in commercial, industrial and residential concrete and hardscape work. What is a hardscape you may ask? A hardscape is a man-made feature used in landscape architecture such as paths or walls (concrete or stone) that are typically contrasted with vegetation. New concrete or retaining walls not only provide safety for the people around them but also add value and aesthetic characteristics to the property in which they are installed.
Stamped Concrete or Decorative Concrete is the process of adding texture and color to concrete to make it resemble stone, brick, slate, cobblestone and many other products found in nature including wood, fossils, shells and many more. This limitless array of possibilities combined with great durability and lower cost than natural products makes Stamped Concrete an easy choice for new construction and renovation projects.
Retaining walls are a functional, attractive solution to unstable and sloped terrains. They are used to hold back hillsides and help prevent soil erosion and landslides. Retaining walls also create more useful area for everything from patios, paths, and driveways, to roads, parking lots, or any construction that requires a flat surface. A & D Lawn Care offers a variety of products to fit your residential or commercial needs.
To achieve a quality and long lasting wall project, proper installation techniques must be completed. The first step is excavation of existing soil, to proper depth within the wall base area. The next step is installation and compaction of the gravel base. Proper base depth and compaction is one of keys to a successful wall project. The next step is installation of wall block, along with proper drainage behind the wall. Depending on the wall height and load the wall is retaining, installation of geogrid is a critical key to the long-term success of the wall. A & D Lawn Care has the knowledge and experience to design and install your project properly to last many years through the freeze and thaw cycles in the area.