There were several factors that culminated in severe damage to a large lawn area used by the resort for daily activities and as a premiere wedding venue. The busy 2017 wedding season took its usual toll on the property but what really did the lawn area in were; a wet and snowy Fire and Ice… Read more »
The first step in transforming our clients backyard into a new outdoor living space was to strip out the lawn and remove all soils unsuitable for the foundation to our new patio and fire pit. Next we set the torpedo base blocks down on top of 6″ heavily compacted crushed… Read more »
A busy 2017 season and a snowy grand finale to the 8th annual Fire and Ice Festival combined with salt water damage from a surging Kennebunk River resulted in severe damage to the resorts grounds. Check out the portfolio page for more pictures and info on this project!
When this winter’s nor’easter sent torrents of sea water down this property’s brick walkway and patio it caused immense damage. The water churned the existing walkway and base into a landslide along with dismantling the upper patio area.
After a series of crushing nor’easter storms that slammed into our coast this winter/spring we had our hands full repairing all the damage caused and getting the properties back up to par for the 2018 summer season.
This Belgian block (or cobblestone) driveway really accents this 19th century captains home in Kennebunkport. It was a lot of work but the end result speaks for itself and matches the esthetic of this beautiful old home
These bluestone patios are often the perfect answer for someone looking to add a simple, less invasive, yet antiqued looking sitting area. Here we not only added a new patio sitting area in the lawn, but also greatly expanded a previously existing stone BBQ area.
Recently a client decided it was time to build a carriage house for expanding antique car collection. Not long after its completion the owner noticed how many 3/8″ stones (often referred to as pea stones) were being tracked into his new garage from the tire treads of his vehicles. The solution came with this 5… Read more »
You may recognize this property from an earlier post titled “Driveway Neglect”. After the homeowner had a back deck installed, he decided it’d be nice to continue the outdoor seating and congregating area by adding a simply blue stone patio.
Once the interior renovations on this classic Kennebunkport home where complete the owners shifted their attention to the outside. Beginning with regrading and seeding several lawn areas, we then moved to installing new drip zones and planting beds around the foundation, courtesy of Kerry Mendez of Perennially Yours LLC (pyours.com) and ending with new stone… Read more »