While most property owners are of course interested in landscaping designs that bring out the best in their outdoor space, no one wants their home or business to look dated. One of the most popular landscaping trends of the year is rockscaping, and it’s easy to see why. Here are just a few reasons why discerning property owners are selecting rockscapes.
Rocks make a highly desirable landscaping material because they are so low maintenance. Expert installers generally lay down specialty material underneath the layer of stones to prevent weed growth and allow drainage. Once in place, rocks require virtually no upkeep. They aren’t susceptible to pests like plants, so they’ll always look fresh.
Professional landscaping designers source rocks of the color, size and shape that perfectly complement your home or business exterior and the natural features of your property. From walkways and driveways to patios, decorative features and rockeries, this kind of hardscaping is versatile enough for any taste. Designers can use stones in uniform colors or blends of multiple shades, depending on your preference.
Natural stones offer a sustainable and eco-friendly way to enrich the look of your property. Rock-based designs and features can be crafted without the need for water or other plants that need fertilizer, pesticides and other chemical treatments. Rockscapes don’t require strict care, noisy landscaping tools or even expensive watering.
Creative Rockscape Designs for Irvine Home and Business Owners
Monarch Landscape & Design is locally owned and operated, and our only goal is to provide you with the highest standards of service. Our skilled team utilizes only premium rocks and materials to create unique rockscapes, ponds, artificial turf or hardscape driveways and patios for one-of-a-kind results. Contact us today to see how the innovative use of rocks can enhance your outdoor space.
Attractive Rockscapes Designed and Installed for Distinctive Homes and Businesses in Irvine
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