Backyard Renovation Project in Brookfield, WI

This homeowner was looking to create a usable and more functional backyard that included more lawn, a stone fire pit, and some privacy. The large berm with overgrown trees, stone and plants was taking up the majority of the backyard creating an unusable space and a maintenance nightmare. Before anything could be created, the trees, stones, stumps and berm all had to be excavated and removed. After the removal was complete, the area was graded to create a flatter and much more usable lawn area. Then to give the space some privacy, a row of Arborvitaes was added along the back. To complete the space, an Outcropping stone wall was added with a custom built in stone fire pit. Landscape lights were then incorporated into and behind the wall to allow for enjoyment into the evening hours. The wall and fire pit are complete and ready to be enjoyed! A crushed granite patio area was created in front of the wall to complement the natural feel of the space. The homeowner now has a large functional backyard!


Front Entrance Renovation in Waukesha, WI

This repeat customer came to us looking to transform their front steps into a grand entrance. To achieve this goal, everything had to be removed and replaced. The existing entryway was uninviting, falling apart and in need of a renovation. Along both sides of the steps, the retaining walls were falling apart and declining in strength. By removing all of the old features, the entryway could be rebuilt to the customer’s specifications. It first began by installing a new retaining wall and extending it further down the driveway to reduce the slope and to make lawn maintenance safer. Next, wider steps were constructed to create a more open front entrance. The steps were capped off with Unilock Fullnose caps that have a smooth rounded edge.


Deck Removal and New Brick Patio in Brookfield, WI

In this project, the deck was in need of repair and was too small. So, the deck was removed and a new Unilock Brussels Block patio with seat walls, LED Lighting and a fire pit was added. The old deck has seen better days and needs to be removed. It was too small and did not have enough space to accommodate the homeowner’s needs. The project begins by first removing the deck in sections without damaging the house. Plywood is laid out to allow for equipment and material access to the project site. Once the deck has been removed, the project area is excavated and the patio base is prepared. Steps are being installed to allow a smooth transition from the house to the new patio. Finishing touches are added to the walls, borders and fire pit. After two days the patio is complete. To increase the usability of the patio, built in LED lights were added to the pillars.

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