We build landscapes in Seattle, Bellevue, Redmond, Kirkland, Mercer Island, king County, Snohomish County and the entire Puget Sound area.
Seattle Rockeries specializes in building functional landscapes and designing hardscapes using high quality stone and construction methods.
If you neighbors are a little too friendly, consider adding bushes, trees, or climbing vines to create some privacy. Bamboo is a fast growing plant that makes a great privacy screen, though some varieties of bamboo can be invasive. Evergreen trees are a popular option, because they can grow several feet a year and can be planted close to each other without any problems. If you are looking to fill in the gaps of an existing fence, look into climbing vines. Some vining plants that grow fast are ivy, clematis or hops.
Seattle Rockeries is a retaining wall contractor who specializes in designing and building retaining walls using stone, boulders, rock and concrete. Retaining walls are used to create level areas within sloped landscapes to retain soil and create usable space for garden and landscape designs. We use quality materials and staff expert retaining wall engineers and retaining wall construction experts to form long lasting retaining walls in your outdoor landscapes.
Retaining walls are used to stabilize soil and help prevent erosion. Retaining Walls create terraces and strengthen your landscape during bad weather and rainy seasons. Retaining walls are installed with drainage systems to prevent soil over saturation and divert water from pooling in any one area of your landscape.
Multilevel landscape designs are created using retaining walls, terraces, steps, decks, and features that create accessible planting beds and areas for outdoor recreation on sloped terrain. Creating a stable multi level landspace can be a fairly complex, costly that requires expert assistance to execute. Seattle Rockeries specializes in planning and building multi level landscapes using experienced landscape designers and cost effective construction methods.
Some of these features can even be used to create a multi-level effect to add interest in a relatively flat landscape.