Todays blog is part 2 of my diary of an “Extreme Landscape Makeover”.
As most of you know by now, Lundholm Landscaping of Cape May, New Jersey is a landscape design and construction company that specializes in creating beautiful, functional and environmentally friendly landscapes. This series of blogs entails the exact workings of one of our signature “Extreme Landscape Makeovers”. So far we introduced the project with a brief description and “Before” photographs.
In the last few days, we have been smashing, cutting, breaking and removing concrete to form the new walkways. Check out the photos below, ***WARNING*** these pictures contain graphic illustration of serious destruction!!!
It used to be a sidewalk…
The newer concrete is only 6 inches thick. It’s still no match for our crew!
Makes you wonder where it all came from???
In case you were wondering, all concrete get trucked to our friends at Future Mining and Recycling in Cape May Court House and Erma. Their machinery grinds the concrete pieces into small pieces and we reuse it to build a strong base for paver projects. Not even 1 piece of concrete goes into the landfill…100% recycled.
Look for our next series of photographs and descriptions as the walkway bases are built and the project begins to take shape.
If you have a landscaping project that you are considering or you need a complete renovation, call us today for a free 30 minute consultation.
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See you out there!