Rock installation doesn’t have to be difficult. We are here to make your landscaping as easy and pain free as possible.
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Caught Between a Rock and a Hard Place?
If you add rocks to your landscaping, it can provide eye-catching design and plant protection, but it can be a pain to lug stones around. Do it once and do it right. We provide rock installation in any landscape. We are here to install your rocks so you don’t have to.
Safety First with Rock Installation
Level the Rock
We won’t let anyone get a twisted ankle on our watch. To prevent injuries, we check if your ground is level to make sure the rocks are steady and even before rock installation. We do this so rocks won’t topple or wobble when people are walking near or around them.
Create an Overflow Area
An overflow area is a space that acts as a buffer between you and potential misplaced rocks. Over time and weather, rocks will erode and pebbles will be swept away. An overflow area gives a space for debris to fall without getting the way of people, pets, and lawnmowers.
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Types of Rocks for Rock Installation
A versatile rock, granite is available in crushed and decomposed forms. Depending on your project, crushed granite might be more durable, but decomposed form is cheaper. For pathways or other walkways granite is a great choice. The natural colors of dark gray, tan, or brown make these rocks best for natural landscapes.
The small size of pebbles is their standout feature. They can make a suitable mulch substitute for flower beds and can easily fill divots or eroded areas to provide evenness. Another key feature to note is the various colors of pebbles. The natural tones of beach pebbles add warmth. But for bold contrast try completely black or bright white pebbles.
These smooth stones are a perfect choice for those looking for a calming, tranquil landscape. They are available in a variety of natural colors and sizes. As the name suggests, these are a great option for any water feature. You can also use river rocks as a mulch alternative.
Gravel is a very common landscaping additive. To maximize water conservation, alternate gravel with larger rocks. Gravel is also a good choice for drought resistant plants and coastal gardens. A popular type of gravel for keeping intruders at bay is pea gravel. Due to its small size, you’re bound to hear the gravel slip under someone’s feet if they try to sneak in.Pea gravel is also inexpensive and available in different colors.