DIY is a great way to save money and have the satisfaction of doing the job yourself. Although, satisfying, it can some times be daunting to know what to buy and just how to get started. Often times homeowners start a project using great resources, such as YouTube and other online resources, but then run into aspects that are unique to their yard’s topography. We can help. We have consulted on smaller concrete jobs, planter boxes and larger jobs such as building an outdoor professional gym. You can save hundreds or on larger jobs thousands and still have the confidence that it will be done right. For more information contact us through our contact form or by calling us at (916)439-9303.
Garden Boxes are a great way to add beauty and practicality to a yard with a steep slope. We installed these simple terraced garden boxes with pressure treated wood and a drip system making it ready for the customer to add there own flowers and plants.
Thanks to the Fontana's we had the opportunity to build this stunning backyard for them. They were amazing customers. We thought we had great customers in the past. But, the Fontana's hospitality out shined them all.
Every great landscaping job begins with good bones. Hard scape jobs are no exception. As a matter of fact it's even more crucial due to the fact that it's very difficult to change any steps that are missed in the process. You may have to demolition in order to access missed steps. In these photos you see the drainage pipe laid first on a bed of gravel. The next pic is of a concrete overlay. Then finally the beautiful emerald flagstone. Notice the antique bamboo poles in the corners installed to later accommodate a canopy or shade sails. They add a wonderful architectural element. The custom BBQ to accommodate the customers existing BBQ which she loved and didn't want to give up. is designed to accommodate the small backyard and narrowness of the side yard access. Adjustable slate shelves with wrought iron decorative brace let the owner have decorative storage space or extra counter room if needed. To the right not well seen in the photos is a raised flower bed seating bench connected to the BBQ.