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Frequently Asked Questions

Excavation is the process of digging and removing earth to prepare a site for landscaping. It’s necessary for tasks like foundation digging, grading, and creating retaining walls.

Excavation provides a level and stable base for various landscaping features, ensuring proper drainage and foundation support for hardscaping, pools, and other elements.

We install various pool types, including inground and above-ground pools. Before getting a pool, consider factors like pool size, shape, location, and your budget.

The timeline varies depending on pool type and site conditions, but we’ll provide a clear estimate during the consultation.

Hardscaping involves non-living features like patios, walkways, retaining walls, and outdoor kitchens. We can create a custom hardscape design to suit your needs.

Hardscaping adds beauty and functionality to your landscape, providing additional seating areas, improved traffic flow, and structural support.

Our landscaping services include planting, lawn care, and landscape design. They can enhance the visual appeal and value of your property.

Yes, we work closely with clients to create personalized landscape designs that reflect their vision and lifestyle.

Hydroseeding is a seeding process using a slurry mixture. It’s more efficient, provides better coverage, and promotes faster grass growth.

Hydroseeding is ideal for lawns and erosion control. The best time for hydroseeding is during the early fall or spring to maximize growth.

We provide a range of essential snow removal services, including plowing parking areas and driveways, sidewalk deicing, snow plowing for sidewalks, personalized snow and ice management, proactive salt treatments, and off-site snow hauling. These services ensure your business remains accessible and safe during winter.

Professional snow removal ensures the safety of employees, customers, and visitors by maintaining clear and safe pathways. It minimizes the risk of accidents and business disruptions due to inclement weather.

Proactive salt treatment is a preventive measure to stop ice from forming. It’s typically applied before a snowstorm to minimize ice accumulation and make subsequent snow removal easier and more effective.

Yes, we work closely with commercial clients to create personalized snow and ice management plans tailored to your property’s size, layout, and unique requirements.