Category: Landscape construction
Great projects happen not by chance, but by planning. You might get lucky from time to time and pull something off without being prepared, but consistency will not be your friend.
In our last post, we started talking about four clear steps to get what you want. And as we said, who doesn’t know what they truly want? The cool thing is that anyone can get it….especially when it comes to the landscape of our cities and homes.
As we move into fall and savor the crisp days ahead, our thoughts turn to the time to transplant and dig trees once they are dormant (after the leaves fall). We’ve all done it in our gardens at some point, but to do it successfully, you must prepare a great root ball. It is, after all, all about the root ball!
We build all kinds of sport courts, but one kind that we enjoy being a part of are stained concrete sport courts. We often times use this type of application instead of a painted court with striped lines where space is tight, more subtle color is desired, or the owner is interested in something different. It’s always fun to do new things with old materials.
Every now and then, we realize that not everyone knows what we do! We first and foremost are defined by Collaboration, Quality, and Success, but folks sometimes wonder what services we provide. We’ll be addressing this more comprehensively in the next few months, but here is the primer. We are experts in:
"We don't stop playing because we get old, we get old because we stop playing."
—George Bernard Shaw