LANDSCAPE RENOVATION CREATES A WELCOMING ENTRANCE
BEFORE: Landscape in front of house contained dense and overgrown plant material and circular driveway to front entrance.
AFTER: A beautifully renovated landscape and relocated driveway.
BEFORE: Front entrance had mounded planting area of perennials and 10’ viburnums over septic system within the circular driveway
After: Front entrance is open and welcoming, with a large lawn.
BEFORE: Left front of house had large plantings that had outgrown their space and blocked the front porch.
AFTER: Excavator was used to remove sandy soil not suitable to successful installation of new plant material.
BEFORE: Right front of house had 6’ high lilacs that were too large. They were successfully transplanted along the property line.
AFTER: New plantings are appropriately sized for the space and open up the view out the windows.
As a new owner, client did not have septic plans. We had the septic inspected to locate the tank and piping. Crew dug around the tanks.
Three ten foot tall viburnums in the driveway circle were successfully transplanted.
Large root systems in front of house near septic piping were cut up with a saw and dug out safely.
Laying and sodding new stepping stone walkway.