Retaining Walls

Increasing Demand for New Design Elements

Thirty years ago, landscape professionals had limited choices of design elements and materials. Patios were poured-concrete. Decks were cedar. Retaining walls were plain concrete blocks. Even when it came to foliage, only basic choices for plants, flowers and shrubs were available. People lived indoors and their yards were an after-thought. Today, people are passionate about their home's outdoor environment and want to integrate it with interior space and lifestyle. They want to do more to enhance their home's curb appeal and value - and they are willing to pay for it. For landscape professionals, this is an opportunity to separate themselves from their competition by promoting.

Nature's uneven terrain has its charm, until you try to play croquet on a hilly lawn or enjoy a candlelit dinner on an off-kilter patio. Install a retaining wall as a backstop, though, and you can literally carve out functional outdoor spaces where once there were only precarious slopes. More than problem-solvers, retaining walls also have a sculptural quality that adds definition to the landscape, and they can be made from various materials to evoke different styles. Stacked timbers or mortared stone, for instance, can impart a rustic look, while poured concrete is sleekly modern.

Retaining Walls Should Be Incorporated Into the Landscape.

We match the designer that will best suit the customer’s needs then the designers find the best design to fit your needs, wants, and budget. The landscape design process is the first stage of your landscaping and begins with the vision of your ideal yard. Salisbury’s landscape designers work closely with you to create a design for your space that enhances your lifestyle and adds value to your home.

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