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2018 Angie's List Super Service Award Winner || 7x Consecutive Super Service Award Winner

R&R Landscape Services

Amazing Landscapes

Landscaping Design & Installation

Amazing Landscapes

Landscaping Design & Installation

Dynamic Designs

Landscape Design

Dynamic Designs

Landscape Design

Synthetic Grass

Always Green

Synthetic Grass

Always Green

Landscape Lighting

Lights On!

Landscape Lighting

Lights On!

Hard Scapes

Get It Covered

Hard Scapes

Get It Covered

Water Features

Just Add Water!

Water Features

Just Add Water!

Landscaping Features

Landscape Design and Installation

Different people understand the definition of landscape designers in different ways. However, if a person reads the definition of landscape designers he will realize that there is more than aesthetics involved. Landscape designers use aesthetics as well as certain principles of science in order to research, plan, design and manage not just the built up surroundings – but also the natural surroundings.  Both constructed buildings and natural environment are taken in consideration together, and then technical and creative skills are used to preserve nature ensuring that safety, practicality and aesthetics are also incorporated.

Landscape design is used for several purposes including beautifying, preserving, enhancing and defining the current landscapes. Natural resources like water, plants and trees are used for this purpose. In modern design, the art of landscape design has become the most important part of a complete building construction. For environmental purposes it has also become very important to incorporate greenery  into our living spaces.

Landscape design follows a specific geometry. It can be symmetrical or asymmetrical designs. In modern design most of the landscape patterns follow an irregular form.  It is also common to incorporate ancient arts like Zen and Mughal designs. Landscape designers also use statues and other man-made features to enhance the beauty of the land. For example, if there are natural resources available such as rocks, the landscape designer tries his best to beautify the area without disturbing the natural formation of the rocks. Landscape designers also put trees, lawns, stones and natural landscapes to their best use by incorporating them into the design.  If a landscape designer was not included as a part of a construction project – there would be only buildings and no greenery or nature surrounding it.

What Makes Our Landscaping Different?

Our services include full design work from initial consultation through to finished plans, the entire range of hard and soft landscaping activities, and whatever maintenance is needed to keep your garden looking its very best.

It's In the Design

Dynamic Landscape Designs

Landscape design is the art and process of designing and creating plans for layout and planting of gardens and landscapes. Most professional landscape designers have some training in horticulture and the principles of design, and some are also landscape architects, a more formal level of training that usually requires an advanced degree and often a state license. 

Elements of garden design include the layout of hard landscape, such as paths, walls, water features, sitting areas and decking; as well as the plants themselves, with consideration for their horticultural requirements, their season-to-season appearance, lifespan, growth habit, size, speed of growth, and combinations with other plants and landscape features. Consideration is also given to the maintenance needs of the garden, including the time or funds available for regular maintenance, which can affect the choice of plants in terms of speed of growth, spreading or self-seeding of the plants, whether annual or perennial, and bloom-time, and many other characteristics.

Important considerations in garden design include how the garden will be used, the desired stylistic genre (formal or informal, modern or traditional etc.), and the way the garden space will connect to the home or other structures in the surrounding areas. All of these considerations are subject to the limitations of the prescribed budget.
Location,soil,boundaries,surfaces, and planting design are all elements to consider when designing your landscape or garden. We can help take the guess work out, and provide you with a comprehensive approach that’s beautiful both to the eye, and to the wallet.

The Designer's Dream

Our services include full design work from our in-house Landscape Architect.  From the initial consultation through to finished plans – we handle the entire range of hard and soft landscaping activities and whatever maintenance is needed to keep your garden looking its very best.

Green Year Round

Synthetic Grass

Landscape design is the art and process of designing and creating plans for layout and planting of gardens and landscapes. Most professional landscape designers have some training in horticulture and the principles of design, and some are also landscape architects, a more formal level of training that usually requires an advanced degree and often a state license. 

Elements of garden design include the layout of hard landscape, such as paths, walls, water features, sitting areas and decking; as well as the plants themselves, with consideration for their horticultural requirements, their season-to-season appearance, lifespan, growth habit, size, speed of growth, and combinations with other plants and landscape features. Consideration is also given to the maintenance needs of the garden, including the time or funds available for regular maintenance, which can affect the choice of plants in terms of speed of growth, spreading or self-seeding of the plants, whether annual or perennial, and bloom-time, and many other characteristics.

Important considerations in garden design include how the garden will be used, the desired stylistic genre (formal or informal, modern or traditional etc.), and the way the garden space will connect to the home or other structures in the surrounding areas. All of these considerations are subject to the limitations of the prescribed budget.
Location,soil,boundaries,surfaces, and planting design are all elements to consider when designing your landscape or garden. We can help take the guess work out, and provide you with a comprehensive approach that’s beautiful both to the eye, and to the wallet.

Benefits of Synthetic Grass

  • Save money on weekly lawn maintenance
  • Help to rid the environment of harsh chemical fertilizers
  • Helping to conserve water (which is one of our most precious resources) and eliminate the cost of watering the lawn
  • Our synthetic grass/turf can be installed around shaded areas where real grass has difficulty growing.
  • No more muddy paw prints tracked into your house.  Ask us about our Dog-E Grass!
  • Last but not least – you will always have green grass throughout the year!

Impact of Lighting

Lights On!

Using landscape lights to decorate your yard is a wonderful idea. You can line your walkway with the lights or make a path to your home using the landscape lights. They will not only illuminate your way, but they can also add interest and charm to your home. If you choose the electric lights, then you can change out the light bulbs to go with the seasons – red and green for Christmas, orange for the fall and Halloween, and pastel colors for the spring and Easter. This is a simple way to integrate your lights into your decorating scheme. 

Enhancing your garden area is easily done by installing landscape lights. There is a great variety of landscape lights that will allow you to landscape your garden with style and finesse. 

They are also relatively inexpensive ways to update a boring garden area. If you need a new feature in your rock garden or flowerbed, then look no further!
Landscape lighting can enhance security even after everyone has gone to bed. Many lighting systems offer the option of an inexpensive timer that includes an override system operated by remote control. 

A small remote can be kept by the bed stand so that if you hear a critter in your yard or someone walking across the lawn, you can turn on your landscape lights right from your bed. Instant “on” lighting can send a prowler running for the hills.

Hardscape Features

Get It Covered

“Hardscape” consists of the inanimate elements of landscaping, especially any masonry work or woodwork. For example, stone walls, concrete or brick patios, tile paths, wooden decks and wooden arbors would all be considered part of the hardscape. But by extension, anything used in landscaping that is not part of the softscape can be considered a hardscape element, including home accents such as water fountains and, yes, even pink flamingoes! 

No pun intended, but hardscape can be hard work, even under the best of climate conditions. That does not stop professionals (and hardy folks, in general), though, from undertaking certain hardscape projects even in winter! But the viability of winter hardscape does depend on the nature of the project. Hardscaping incorporates several design elements to enhance the appearance of your yard. It provides a fluid continuity from your home’s interior to the yard and from your yard to the surrounding landscape. The solidity and permanence of hardscape also offers an aesthetic contrast to the vulnerable and transient vegetation.
We should note that under its strictest definition, hardscaping encompasses all deliberately positioned inanimate outdoor surfaces. This includes public sidewalks, streets and even parking lots. Nevertheless, designers typically use the term to refer to home landscaping, and that is what this article mainly focuses on. General principles and materials, however, apply to all types of hardscape. Like urban hardscaping, lawn hardscaping isn’t just about aesthetics. Hardscaping serves some very useful and practical functions.

Working With Hardscapes

Our services include full design work from initial consultation through to finished plans, the entire range of hard and soft landscaping activities, and whatever maintenance is needed to keep your garden looking its very best.

Water Features

Just Add Water!

Flowing water is a restful enhancement to a landscape’s design. Fountains are either rising jets or downward falls, and many fountains use a combination of both. A freestanding masonry fountain or one made of excavated rock can be sized to fit the overall dimensions of your waterscaped area. 

A fountain can also be made of statuary in the shape of animal or human figures. The type you choose should complement the architectural style of your home. Cascading fountains might have multiple bowls stacked like stairs and be made of copper, porcelain or any hard material that can hold water.
In every style from rustic and simple to elaborate and ornate, a water fountain is a welcome feature in almost any garden, deck or patio. The sound of running, moving water has a tranquilizing effect on most and invites relaxation. Whether a fountain is the flowing centerpiece in a lavish landscape environment, or a trickle of water from one copper bowl to another, it is an invitation to slow down and rest a while.

Contact us to see how we can make your backyard a sanctuary!

Working With Water

Our services include full design work from initial consultation through to finished plans, the entire range of hard and soft landscaping activities, and whatever maintenance is needed to keep your garden looking its very best.