Goodbye, poor drainage. Hello, Zen Garden.
At Dennis and Linda’s property in Dayton, we remedied their drainage woes and added peace to their property with a Japanese Zen Garden, sitting bench, and multi-layered rock features.
Multi-level entertaining in Covington.Russ and Alicia dreamed of a space where they could entertain guests. Multiple levels of winding beauty, stunning water features, and a perfectly nestled hot tub now welcome their loved ones.
A pool to match their style.
Pretty privacy for a Xenia family.John and Steph had just purchased their home in Xenia. It was exposed to a noisy main road and lacked the privacy they wanted, so we added a 5-foot stone wall, water and fire features, and an in-ground plunge pool to make their space cozy, private, and uniquely “them.”
From overgrown to an oasis for all ages.Burt and Marsha had overgrown woods that came right up to their deck area, plus a slope that made the backyard unusable. We reinvented the space with a natural-looking pool and a firepit that connects to the lower patio and makes it easy for parents to supervise swimming children.
A new patio with a sunken hot tub.Patrick and Jennifer’s dilapidated deck did not do their beautiful Oakwood home justice. We installed a new paver patio, complete with bullnose limestone steps and a sunken hot tub.
A driveway with charm.
Flip and Jane didn’t like that their deteriorating driveway didn’t match the landscape and architecture of their house. We replaced it with a cobblestone driveway and custom fence that brought to life the essence of their home.
A private retreat for Jim and Bette.
Living in a residential neighborhood can make privacy a challenge. Jim and Bette’s new 7-foot tall cultured stone walls give them both privacy and a sense of intimacy, while a decorative chimney pot and potted plants make their space absolutely magical.