Excavating, Bulldozing and Hauling
Our equipment is well suited for small site work projects, including: excavation, drainage, setting stone and material hauling and delivery.
Comprehensive Regrade, New Topsoil
A comprehensive regrade and topsoil redressing is indicative in this yard. We graded the area with our equipment and then delivered and spread compost. Compost is great food for grass seed and many other plants. Greenland, NH.
Necessary Slope Catch Basin
A ton of water moves off this slope. If you live by a slope like these Greenland, NH residents, then there's a chance water will be visiting your yard. Luckily, Juniper Hill Landscaping will install the drainage necessary to keep your yard puddle free.
Channel Water Downhill
The most common way we manage water is to direct it into the most local water system. Makes you wonder as to what's in that water we're moving. This Greenland, NH residence has plenty of pitch to move water. We also dig catch basins and would like to do a rain garden.
Site Work, Retaining Wall, Grade
We use our skid steer to unload, load, and move material. This Greenland, NH residence saw the transformation of its entire yard with the addition of a retaining wall and over 100 yards of loam.
Loam for a Lawn in Rye, NH
Grading doesn't alway have to be done by hand. We also use our equipment in tandem with physical labor to give you the best, most even lawn.
Though we often move matirials by hand, light excavation is constantly intertwined with our landscaping. If necessary, we have excavation, bulldozing and trucking equipment to help perform the job. Our equipment can move large boulders, spread hundreds of yards of loam, and deliver almost any landscape material to your yard. Some instances of site work include: regrading a yard, adding a retaining wall, and redressing the topsoil.
We have over 25 years expereince conducting light excavation and site work. Site work becomes part of your project. Any time you are dealing with massive amounts of material, site work handles how you manage that material--how you implement it and how you carry it away.
Drainage is very important. A properly drained yard will take water away from your house and put it into the appropriate channels. We have developed many systems to redirect water away from a foundation--from strictly functional to featured beauty.