The beautiful grounds of the Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception in Washington DC is a Chapel Valley Landscape Company award winning Commercial Landscaping project presented by LCA for 10 years of maintenance and the PLANET Award of Distinction. Read more »
This award winning Landscape Design and installation project in St Michael’s, MD won a national award. The award was presented by PLANET, the Professional Landcare Network, an international association serving lawn care professionals, exterior maintenance contractors, installation/design/build professionals, and interiorscapers.
Chapel Valley can help you achieve your landscaping objectives, whatever they may be, expertly, on time, and value priced. Put our staff of highly-trained and certified professionals to work with you to produce and maintain an aesthetically pleasing, properly functioning landscape.
A residential landscaping customer from Chevy Chase, MD said “The rep first worked up yard plan in fall 2008, but construction on new addition and funds tight. We liked them enough to ask them to return in fall 2009. The rep was amenable to dividing the landscaping project into phases. The Landscape Designer and rep came up with interesting, unique approaches. Rep on site frequently and worked with project manager to adapt ideas to realities of installation. Very happy with final product. Read more »
Chapel Valley Landscape Company designed and installed new landscaping for a Colonial home in Potomac, MD. From the spectacular paver driveway entrance and surrounding grounds Chapel Valley’s landscape architects handled every detail including hardscapes, plantings, paver walkways and patios plus landscape lighting. This Potomac, MD family will enjoy their new residential landscaping for many years.
Bradford Pear or Pyrus calleryana ‘Bradford’ is a cultivar of the Callery pear that is widely used in landscape residential developments, parking lots, and roadsides. While the Bradford Pear has great ornamental qualities the safety hazards outweigh the showy white flowers in the spring and red to orange-red fall color. (1) Read more »
Chapel Valley Landscape was the recipient of five national awards at the Excellence in Landscape Awards Program held in Gaithersburg, MD in November 2011. The awards were presented by LCA, the Landscape Contractors Association, a community of landscape contractors, landscape architects and designers, grounds departments, educational institutions, and suppliers banded together in a supportive environment in Maryland, Virginia, and DC. Read more »
Chapel Valley Landscape was the recipient of three national awards at the Green Industry Conference in Louisville, Kentucky held in October 2011. The awards were presented by PLANET, the Professional Landcare Network, an international association comprised of lawn care professionals, exterior maintenance contractors, installation/design/build professionals, and interiors landscapers. Founded in 1968, Chapel Valley has received over 250 national and regional awards for commercial and residential design, installation, and maintenance projects. Read more »
Chapel Valley hosted a soccer game last Saturday between our Virginia and Maryland branches. The game was filled with excitement with Maryland taking an early 2-0 lead. As the game continued Virginia fought hard to tie the game at 5-5. When the clock wound down the game was still tied we moved into penalty kicks for the win. Maryland was able to get the ball past the goalie and win the game with a final score of 6-5. Read more »
To reiterate the company’s slogan “Safety First”, the week of October 17th-21st has been designated as our annual “Chapel Valley Safety Week”. “Our goal is to create an atmosphere of greater safety awareness and make sure that safety is everyone’s first priority. We are taking a ‘back to the basics’ approach and the goal is to continue to educate and reinforce all our safety practices,” said James Reeve, President, and CEO. Read more »
Chapel Valley will be holding a battle of the branches soccer game on Saturday October 15th. We will have two teams of employees playing for their region’s pride representing the different offices.
Otto Herrarte (pictured above on left) is leading the Virginia team in their quest for the trophy, while Miguel Cedillo (above on right) has gathered his men to play for Maryland pride.
Who will win? Check back for updates on the Battle of the Branches!