Spring Hardscape Ideas

As you’re planning for warmer months ahead, now is the time to start thinking about spring hardscape ideas. There are many decisions to be made about materials—brick, stone, decorative concrete, wood—and design features ranging from ultra-modern to rustic. We’ve narrowed down some of our favorite spring hardscape ideas for your dream yard.

Add a Walkway

A walkway in your home is a traditional necessity. But that doesn’t mean your walkway shouldn’t incorporate design elements and deliver a stunning visual impression. We like to use interlocking concrete pavers and other natural materials which flex with the harsh New England winters. We’ll design a walkway for you that incorporates unique sizes, textures, and colors to fit your budget.

Build a Patio

Patios are an extension of your home into your backyard. After a long New England winter, you want to spend as much time outdoors during the summer. That’s what your patio is for. Dine, entertain, and laugh with friends and family on your patio. Spend lazy afternoons reading or napping. Or watch your kids and grandkids play in the yard. We use unique and durable materials to create a visually appealing and long-lasting patio for your family to enjoy for years to come.

Install a Wall

Retaining walls transform unused spaces in your backyard into a new opportunity. They can be a creative solution to a complex problem. Often, we use them to define spaces and create extra seating spaces around your patio or fire pit. We have significant expertise in installing retaining walls and love designing unique solutions. 

Add a Fire Pit

Whether it’s a warm summer night or a cool evening at the beginning of autumn, we know you’ll enjoy a fire pit. Roasting marshmallows or enjoying the stars from your Adirondack chair, an outdoor fire pit is the place to be in your backyard.

We love designing and building hardscapes of all shapes and sizes Contact us today if you live in Hudson, Nashua, or Southern New Hampshire to get started on your design. 

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