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Our professional staff of maintenance, masonry, patios, walkways, fences, retaining walls and many other services, focuses on providing the highest level of quality & service.. From design & construction to year around maintenance, we offer personal attention & professional follow through at great value..










                                                                         What is Hardscaping ?     

Hardscaping is the installation of any hard material like brick, fieldstone, boulders and blocks into the landscape. Typically,  the hard materials are used for patios, walkways, driveways, decorative walls, and retaining walls, Concrete pavers, clay bricks,  bluestone, flagstone, travertine, limestone, granite, slate, and fieldstone are common types of materials that are used in  hardscape  projects—and—there are many more hardscape materials.

 Our staff here at Green World Landscaping has extensive experience & training in installing pavers & walls of all types.


                                       Base preparation is the foundation of any lasting project.

 For example, when installing a patio, unsuitable material like soil and stones must be removed, proper base material must be  installed, then properly compacted and leveled before the first brick, block, or stone paver is laid. Once the pavers are installed,  they need to be cut, reinforced with an edge restraint, and swept in with a polymer sand to lock them in tightly.

 Sealing them with  a sealing product will give them a nice sheen and help protect them from weather and wear. When  constructed properly,  hardscapes last for years and years, and the team at Green World Landscaping knows how to construct  hardscapes properly.

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      What is Retaining Wall ?

A retaining wall is a stabilizing structure used to hold sloping ground in place and to prevent the erosion and the movement of soil. It must be substantial and sturdy enough to accommodate and redistribute the lateral pressure caused by sloping ground. It is normally designed with seepage holes, which allow collected ground water to escape. This releases the additional pressure created by accumulated water and helps keep the wall stable.


Several different materials can be used to construct a retaining wall. Stone and concrete are often used, and there are special blocks crafted from aggregate materials and light concrete that are designed specifically for this purpose. Some styles interlock, making assembly simpler, less costly and less time consuming, because each block fits securely with the next. Because the fit of these blocks is secure, they do not require the addition of mortar to hold them together.

A retaining wall can be a series of "steps" or tiers, which allows for a more attractive design as well as more efficient erosion control. The design can include different types of plantings, flowers or materials in each tier to bring more texture, color and interest to the area. Aside from the aesthetic value, a tiered design also provides better erosion control by breaking down the amount of soil, and therefore pressure, held by each division of the wall.












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Masonry is the building of structures from individual units laid in and bound together by mortar; the term masonry can also refer to the units themselves. The common materials of masonry construction are brick, building stone such as marble, granite, travertine, and limestone, cast stone, concrete block, glass block, and cob. Masonry is generally a highly durable form of construction. However, the materials used, the quality of the mortar and workmanship, and the pattern in which the units are assembled can significantly affect the durability of the overall masonry construction.

Green World Landscaping offers quality to the all masonry you need. 

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