Hardscaping is the use of non-living elements to enhance your landscaping. Softscaping is just the opposite – using the organic life to create a beautiful garden. Normally both of these elements will need to be mixed together to create a beautiful, balanced garden.
We can use a variety of different elements to create a feature in your yard.
Stone retaining walls are great if you want to convert a sloped yard to a flat yard or if you simply want to create a planting area.
Concrete patios are a big thing here in Pflugerville. They are the classic, low/no maintenance patio that so many people choose to use as their base to their garden.
Brick Patios are another option if you really want to make your yard stand out from the rest. A lot of our customers like matching these bricks with their home or even creating a feature further into the yard.
Flagstone Patios are a beautiful option if you’d rather have a more natural stone option.
Tile patios are generally used to dress up an existing concrete patio slab. If you don’t want to pull up your current concrete patio, we can usually tile it over and mix this element with one of the other patio elements listed.
Stone walkways will give your guests a serene walkway around your garden.
Gravel pathways are a great way to add a softer accent to your garden in order to draw people to your main feature.
Stone landscaping steps are heavy stone slabs that are placed in such a way that they create a sort of stairway along your yard. If your yard is sloped, this is a great way to add a little more style to it!
We also have a wide variety of stone fountains, ceramic fountains, and clay pot fountains for you to peruse.