Installing the underground systems is a critical step that sets the foundation for the rest of the project.
Proper installation of these systems will ensure that they function as intended, and that they will last for many years to come.
Underground systems include drainage systems to ensure proper runoff and prevent erosion, plumbing systems to provide water to the various features in the landscape, and lighting systems.
These systems provide safety and enhance the visual appeal of the outdoor space.
Once the underground systems are installed, the next step is to install the pavers and masonry. This includes laying pavers, installing retaining walls, and setting stones in place. Installing pavers and masonry requires precision and skill, as these elements will set the stage for the final look and feel of the landscape. They also play a critical role in creating a functional outdoor space that is aesthetically pleasing and provides safe walkways and sitting areas.
In addition to pavers and masonry, concrete may also be poured at this stage. This is particularly important for creating foundations for structures such as patios, walkways, and retaining walls. Pavers are a durable and strong material that will last for many years, making it a popular choice for landscape projects.