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Spokane's First Choice in Landscaping





Thousands of satisfied customers since 1975. Paths & driveways, walls or gardens. Our team is knowledgeable of past & present trends in materials and design. ​
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Our state of the art equipment is just one reason to chose us for your hydroseed project. Fast, cost effective, and outstanding lawns are a few more.

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We offer a variety of installation services and products. Everything a Spokane area landscape could need or homeowner may want.

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Residential Projects​​

Your home is an investment. We understand this. All of our projects have clear contracts, are  protected by our license and bond and our personal guarantee.

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Retaining Walls
Retaining walls are used to achieve both a desirable elevation and/or aesthetic beauty. There are many different materials and options to choose from that one is only limited by their imagination and budget. Walls can now be incorporated into a landscape enhancing its elements and flow in both look and function.

Rock and Stone Walls Spokane

Rock and stone can be extremely useful in the construction of a landscape project. Some common applications of rock used in a landscape are walls, pathways, patios, steps, planters, fireplaces and what ever else comes to one's imagination.

Rock Walls Spokane

Rock and Stone Retaining Walls are very common in Spokane, due to the abundance of natural basalt and other types of stone native to the northwest. We have been building and repairing boulder and rock retaining wall systems in Spokane since 1975. There are many different types of rock walls. A dry stack wall is constructed by stacking rocks on top of each other. Dry stacking has limited height depending on the size of the rocks chosen for the wall. Wet set walls use a mortar or some kind of bonding agent to hold the rocks in place. Veneered walls can be added to existing or newly constructed block and/or concrete walls. These walls are faced with actual rock or concrete made to look like rock. For more about Spokane boulder walls.