Selena's Landscape, Design & Tree Service, LLC.
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Hardscaping Services
What is Hardscaping? Hardscaping is the stone component of an outdoor living space. Hardscaping can be dry laid; or on a flexible base, and it can also be wet laid more commonly referred to as masonry. Typically hardscaping is a patio, walkway, wall, or columns. Hardscaping can also be wood as well, such as a pergola or lattice. Any good designer will soften up an outdoor hardscape space using plants, commonly referred to as “softscaping”.
"Hardscape" consists of the inanimate elements of landscaping, especially any masonry work or woodwork. It is one of the two major subcategories of landscaping, the other being softscape. In particular, as the name implies, "hardscape" refers to hard materials such as those composed of:

Concrete
Brick
Stone
Wood (even though wood was once animate)
Metal


Turn your property into an oasis of beauty with services from our landscape contractors.
Building stage 1
Rebuilding Stage 1
All most done
Last Stage
Repairing Walkway 
Cobblestone and Pavers

Great way to bring the look of the old world into your driveway, patio, or accent walls in your home. Almost indestructible granite cobbles have paved the streets of America’s oldest cities for hundreds of years, and now as they are being replaced with others paving materials, we reclaim them and install in your unique projects – floors, walls and retaining walls.
Step 1
New Walkway