Great Looking And Durable Hardscaping Work
For well over 30 years now, Great Outdoors has been providing local residential and commercial clients with the services that they need and the results that they deserve. As part of our lawn care and landscaping services, we also offer hardscaping work.
Hardscapes are man-made elements of a landscaping plan, such as retaining walls or patios. They may be functional, decorative or a little bit of both. No matter what the project is that you need done, we can take care of it for you.
If you are in need of a retaining wall, there are a number of possible reasons why. For many, it is about preventing soil erosion, especially if you need to protect a home or structure near by.
Maybe you have a sloped yard and this is the only way to create level areas for gardening. Or it could just be more of a visual enhancement and no matter what the reason, we have got you covered. The right retaining wall will combine elements of beauty and utility, in order to offer the best possible results.Read More
For bigger projects, you need bigger building materials. Boulder walls are the ideal addition to a property that may need something stronger for the retaining walls.
Or, maybe you just like the natural beauty that boulders offer. No matter what the reason, you can rest assured that we will deliver nothing short of topnotch quality. You are going to love the look that we are able to create for you.Read More
The Great Outdoors name has become synonymous with superior quality, in everything that we do. This holds true of even the sidewalk installation work we offer. Having clear, sturdy walkways for your residential or commercial property is ideal for safety, above all else.
This system will provide you with a clear path so that foot traffic follows the intended pattern and to avoid the likelihood of a slip and fall. For extra protection, make it a point to add lighting so the path is clearly lit, as well.Read More
- 3 Common Signs That You’re Overwatering Your Lawn
Your lawn, of course, needs water in order to thrive. However, like all good things, too much water will prove to be as much a problem as not enough water for your Ann Arbor lawn. So, you need to be mindful that you’re giving your lawn the amount of water that it needs -- no more and no less. […]Read More
- Reasons to Get Tree Stumps Removed from Your Ann Arbor Yard
If you’ve recently had an unwanted tree removed from your Ann Arbor property, you need to go ahead and schedule a stump grinding right away. At a glance, a stump may seem like a non-issue, especially when compared to the dangers that a problematic tree poses. […]Read More