New Installations (Lawns, Plantings, Sodding)
We offer complete start to finish installation using only the highest quality plant material and proper planting and soil preparation techniques to ensure a lush, healthy environment. Our residential landscaping crews know excellence and they proudly give it to you from the beginning to the end of your project.
Mulching Services (including Mulch Blowing)
Mulch blowing is the latest technique in applying mulch. It saves money and the appearance is unsurpassed. Fairfield Landscaping Services has this option available to you. Please give us a call today to find out more about our Residential Landscaping services.
Proper grading and drainage management are critical to any landscape. Creative drainage and retaining systems can increase the usable space in your yard, manage water properly and greatly add to the overall visual appeal and value of the landscape.
We install VERSA-LOK® and UNILOCK® retaining wall systems. They offer durability and a variety of design options. Pavers and retaining wall blocks come in a variety of colors, shapes, and sizes providing homeowners with a wide choice of attractive textures and appearances. They are durable and maintenance free.
Excavation & Grading (including Rockhounding)
We work with both our residential landscaping clients and the designated inspection authorities to ensure timely, efficient, and proper completion of every job. We offer Commercial, Industrial, and Residential Rough Grading, as well as contour grading.
Hydroseeding is the simple procedure of applying grass seed, fertilizer, hydromulch and water in one liquefied application. Various soil amendments and soil stabilizers may also be used in the mixture depending on the needs of the environment.
Hydroseeding prices will vary greatly across the United States. Conditions such as Grass type, soil additives and extreme climates are some of the factors that will affect cost. Hydroseeding jobs are commonly priced by the Square footage of area to be seeded and can range from 6 cents/sq. ft to 15 cents/sq. ft nationwide. Most any type of grass seed can be used in Hydroseeding, factors such as climate conditions will be the determining factor as to which grass type is recommended.