Tiering / Sloping Property
The most common way of dealing with sloping property (whether the slope is towards the residence or away) is breaking up the slope with walls and steps, usually in smaller height as to not feel to enclosed , in effect creating one or several level functioning area in your landscape. For a more open feel and to help reduce the sometimes costly expense of garden walls and retain walls we will install boulders with Natural slab stone steps surrounded by ground covering plants, perennials and annuals in our Portfolio you can see how this works even with 7 ft elevation changes.
Tiering / Sloping Property Blogs
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Many homes are built on slopes in New Jersey simply because we are so fortunate to live near so many beautiful mountains. Bergen county, for example, is nestled nicely in the foothills of the Ramapo mountains. This can certainly add its challenges to making a useful...
Arapahoe Landscape Contractors
83 Vanderbeck Ln
Mahwah, NJ 07430
Telephone: (201) 327-0971
PO Box 406
Allendale, NJ 07401
Pool construction and landscaping services in these Bergen County Towns: Allendale, Ramsey, Montvale, Saddle River, Upper Saddle River, Franklin Lakes and Mahwah.