“Hardscape design” is the term given to the portion of landscaping where soil or other greenery is no longer exposed. Softscape is the term given to earthen landscaping features.
Driveways, Patios, and More!
Small-scale hardscape designs include sidewalks, paved areas like driveways, patios, water features, and other walkways. Retaining walls are often used to connect the hardscape and softscape elements of a landscaping plan. Hardscaping is the best choice for high traffic areas on your property. A concrete or brick walkway is not muddied by rain or damaged by lots of running back and forth. In your back yard, you can hardscape a patio or outdoor kitchen, a path to the garden shed, other pathways to various garden areas, and anywhere else grass or mulch would not hold up well. For the price of materials and installation, hardscaping provides a functional and long-lasting product that will look good for years to come.
Materials Such as Flagstone
Smart design and quality materials will ensure that your hardscaping adds beauty to your property. Flagstone, brick, and cement are a few of the options available. The materials vary in attributes and cost, but the expert staff at Chapel Valley Landscaping would love to help you review your options. We can help you build every facet of your outdoor living space to provide enjoyment for family and friends, year-round. Swimming pools are also included in hardscaping, and this is a great time of year to begin thinking about adding a pool for next summer.
Whatever you have in mind, contact us today for more information about our services. Chapel Valley Landscaping has been landscaping gorgeous spaces in Maryland, Virginia, and Washington D.C. for decades, and we are eager to help you with your landscaping needs!