WATER GARDENS, PONDS AND WATERFALLS
Water features put a finishing touch on a beautiful landscape design. They may function as focal points, serve as backdrops for patio gatherings, or look completely natural in a yard with the right treatment. Our technicians can install a broad range of residential water gardens, ponds and waterfalls.
- Add water features at any time. You don’t have to be in the initial stages of professional landscape design to pick your water feature. We can add a pond, waterfall, or fountain at any time.
- Choose your sound. You might not think of water as having a sound, but it does. Some clients want to hear the therapeutic bubbling of a koi pond. Others prefer the gush of a waterfall. Some homeowners don’t want to hear anything but merely want to have a quiet water feature such as a stream in their landscapes.
- Pick out the hardscape. Waterfalls look great when they burst out from boulder retaining walls. Fountains are custom products that we help you to design with the architectural beauty of the home in mind. You may also need patio or walkway areas with seating spaces for you and your guests to enjoy the feature.
We can also work from magazines or concepts when putting together your residential water gardens and waterfalls. For example, if you like the idea of a Japanese garden, an Italian-style fountain, or an old-English backyard brook, we can help you turn your dream into reality.
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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