What is hardscaping?

Landscapes are more than just an arrangement of plants and mulch. To be really functional, a landscape needs hardscaping.

 Hardscaping is anything that's not growing--ponds, decks, pathways just to name a few. 


Greenfield Landscaping specializes in retaining walls, steps, walkways, patios, driveways, specialty features and many other projects.

Choose from:

  • interlocking pavers

  • concrete blocks + slabs

  • brick

  • natural stone


 
 
 
 

Benefits of pavers…

Pavers don't crack. Unlike asphalt or poured-in-place concrete, each unit has joints that allow for a small amount of movement without cracking.

 Pavers are easy to repair. Remove and reinstate the same pavers with no ugly patches after repairs to the base or underground utilities. Asphalt, concrete, and stamped concrete can't make this claim.

 Pavers resist deterioration. Pavers react better to freeze-thaw cycles and deicing salts better than asphalt and ordinary poured-in-place concrete.

 Snow removal with pavers is the same as with other pavements. Just plow, shovel or use a snow blower.

 Diversity. Pavers come in many shapes, textures and colors. There are also many pattern designs available. Suppliers stock everything from rustic stone-like pavers to those that look like clay brick.


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