Driveway Design & Installation

The Aesthetics of Curb Appeal

Driveways

When viewed from the street, your driveway can have a big impact on your home’s curb appeal. Yet most driveways are an afterthought. At Landscape East & West, we design elegant custom driveways so you can rest assured knowing the entrance to your property is as charming and inviting as the rest of your landscape.

When you meet with our landscape contractor about a driveway installation, we’ll help you choose a material that complements your landscape and design a driveway that enhances your home’s curb appeal. Our driveway landscape services include:

Custom Design: We’ll work with concrete, pavers or any number of natural stones to create a driveway that expresses your personality and integrates seamlessly with your landscape.

Expert Installation: We never cut corners on a driveway installation. We’ll carefully prepare the base to prevent sinking or settling, and we’ll mitigate any drainage issues on your property so your custom driveway will last for decades.

"Great professionals who are friendly and always have time to be friendly."

— Kim Irwin

Driveway Materials

We are experienced with most driveway materials, from concrete to natural stone. Whichever type of material you choose, we can use it to build a unique, eye-catching driveway design. Our most popular driveway options include:

Pavers: Interlocking pavers offer both durability and plenty of room for customization. We can vary the colors to create intricate patterns that will transform your driveway into a work of art. Or you can make your property more eco-friendly with permeable pavers, which allow water runoff to drain gently into the soil instead of flooding into storm drains.

Concrete: Beyond the simplicity of a standard poured concrete driveway, we can customize this versatile and affordable material in a variety of ways. Our favorites are acid-etched concrete or a combination of brick or natural stone with the concrete, both of which add an elegant and sophisticated look. Something as simple as adding color to offset the standard stark white concrete will provide a surface that will easily blend into your landscape plan.

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