BOULDER RETAINING WALLS
Boulder walls are both functional and decorative. They retain soil and plants when your landscape features a change in elevation. For the homeowner who would like to add a raised patio or a walk-out patio below the natural grade, the installation of boulder retaining walls is essential. Boulders bring a variety of advantages to your location.
- A natural look for any yard type. When you want a retaining wall that flows organically with your chosen landscape features, boulders are ideal. They look appropriate in any setting and heighten the sense of the venue’s beauty.
- Support a home’s architectural beauty. Boulder retaining walls look great in gardens that follow a colonial, Victorian, country, or English style pattern. They draw attention to accent features, which brings out these style elements.
- Right for any budget. We can customize the retaining wall construction’s scope with your budget in mind. Because of the natural look that boulders bring to the design, there’s no need for consistent heights and widths across the whole landscape. In fact, alternating different displays across a more extensive yard adds visual interest to the mix.
Many clients utilize boulder retaining walls as a springboard for the addition of new features. Case in point is the addition of a waterfall near a patio. Our technicians handle the trenching, excavating, rock removal, and soil stabilization you need for the types of retaining walls you want to see in your landscape. From there, we encourage you to dream big and add features that will make the boulder wall uniquely yours.
Areas We Serve
In 1997, the business began servicing local, residential neighborhoods in Shelby Township, Michigan. Today, United Lawnscape serves customers throughout Southeast Michigan including Genesee, Lapeer, Livingston, Macomb, Oakland, Washtenaw and Wayne counties.
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