Stone, Rock, Boulder Hardscape Installations
Every landscape benefits from some natural, custom stone, rock, boulder or hardscape Installations to compliment the plants and trees. We specialize in many types of hardscape. Most of the stone we prefer to use comes in from other states- Alabama, Kentucky, Tennessee, and Georgia. This stone greatly differentiates itself from more common square ‘blocks’ found at local home improvement stores and mom-and-pop nurseries.
Some of the hardscape features shown above include:
-Seating areas & benches
-We also install erosion control systems involving rip rap, stone, concrete matting, sod, and littoral plants.
We do not work with:
-Underground sewage/septic piping
-Underwater lake pumps/fountains
-Continuous curbing (concrete)
-Docks and seawalls
We can create just about any small to medium hardscape feature by using heavy pieces, setting the base piece in-ground, and supporting the structure well. Walkways, pathways, seating areas, statue bases, fountain bases, water gardens, ponds, and much more can be created without concrete, grout, or any adhesives, which saves our customers money. If concrete is necessary, our expert mason is brought in to work closely with our Landscape Supervisor in order to seamlessly integrate it into the rest of the landscape.
Stone, Rock, Boulder Hardscape Installations designed and installed by Seabreeze Landscape Services- specializing in design & installation in Lee, Collier, Charlotte, Palm Beach, Broward, and Miami-Dade counties, FL.
We sell out of our Ft. Myers nursery to landscapers, contractors, nurserymen, and others who are in the business. Visit our nursery website.
Need soil erosion restoration, repair, or erosion control solutions? Visit our Erosion Solutions website.
We exist to add value and appeal to homes and businesses by modernizing the look and functionality of the landscape. We believe in saving people money on water, fertilizer, pest control, maintenance, and future plant replacement costs by utilizing the best varieties of palms and plants in the industry. The result is increased property values, reduced monthly expenses, and less negative impact on our South Florida ecosystem.