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Our experience with many forms of retaining wall materials and construction methods says we can design the wall structure most suited for your landscape.
Color, texture, weight, size and source material, height, burden behind wall are all considerations in determining your unique design & material needs. We work with wall and paver materials manufactured locally in the Northwest, by Mutual Materials
Many landscape gardens are built on varying levels or with steep slopes and hills.
You can have your landscape graded or
filled to smooth out and flatten areas or you
can use these different elevations to sculpt
interest into your landscape design..
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STEPS AND STAIRS Steps and stairs can be worked in to the construction of all the walls we construct, using the same materials as wall materials they are they are built into. Steps and stairs may also be constructed totally apart from any wall construction. Longer stairways can be made into a feature or focal point of the landscape, while being completely functional in affording the opportunity to move between different elevations in the landscape.
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PAVER / FLAGSTONE PATHWAYS A pathway is a way to get from one place to another in the landscape. But if you design your pathways right you can get where you’re going while making your garden into something more artistic.
Pathways can be used to draw the eye to a seating area, water feature or focal point.
Another powerful way to use a path is to access a hillside using random curves and switch backs. The stairway path can be useful to access the hillside for maintenance or to lead a wanderer to something interesting up at the top. with the right accent planting paths really add warmth & hospitality to the landscape.
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Pathways are practical elements in the landscape. But they are also opportunities to add powerful design elements to the landscape. Pathway may also be installed using a number of other materials such as, various size screened gravel, crushed rock , all in various colors and textures, bark mulch, granite dust and more.