Front Yard Transformation

The client wanted to enhance their curb appeal with a retaining wall and to reduce their overall yard maintenance by removing the grass.

We removed 20-30 cubic yards of soil from the front yard, built a beautiful terrace from AB Europa bricks, installed rock beds, and planted alpine plants throughout their landscape. We installed a unique stone feature encompassed within a circular patio, designed for the home owner to sit and enjoy their new yard.

The different heights of the yard made it a challenge to reconcile all the details into one cohesive design. However, we overcame these obstacles and are really proud of this project!

"I had a rather extensive landscaping done involving removing sod, reshaping the terrain, lots of trimming, construction of a retaining wall, construction of a cobblestone patio, planting of lots of shrubs and trees, placing boulders, and spreading crushed rock ground cover. Chad at AV worked closely with me in the design phase (which I spent most of a year on) and was very helpful and friendly (I needed help). When the work started, (August 2020) the team showed up promptly each morning and worked very hard. Mora, a very skilled artisan with rock and stone, built the wall and the patio and her work is beautiful. The final result, which took about 2&1/2 weeks is a complete transformation of the exterior of my home and greatly increases the curb appeal. Chad supplied me with a cost estimate early on and constantly updated it as the plans evolved. The final result was finished on time and on budget. I certainly recommend AV for any landscaping task. They have a very talented team and I have no regrets about choosing them."

Gary Margrave


3 Weeks



Rock Feature



Retaining Walls

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