– Create Symmetry with Hard Elements
Hardscape installation is the term for built structures in our environments such as streets and sidewalks, highways and housing developments. It also includes pools, walls, fireplaces and fountains, and places where the barren soil has been overtaken by concrete and asphalt. Sidewalks and patios are probably the most typical example of small-scale hardscaping. Sometimes they are larger in scale, such as roads or traffic islands. Most structures built to retain water are hardscapes because they have a water retaining barrier. Hardscaping lets workers build that would not be possible with soil erosion.