COMPLETE LANDSCAPE DESIGN SERVICES
Irrigation design, installation, and maintenance.
Water features: ponds, waterfalls, fountains.
Retaining walls, planters, and freestanding walls.
Outdoor Living: Paver patios, fire pits, fireplaces, outdoor kitchens/bars etc.
Landscape Lighting
440.933.6222
Avon Lake, Ohio

SERVICES
Professional Consultation
Custom Hardscape and Plant Designs
Installation and Maintenance
Mulching and Landscape Restoration
Spring and Fall Clean Up Packages
Natural stone and boulders
Ponds, waterfalls, bubblers
Landscape Lighting
Landscape Irrigation Additions

Landscaping
We offer customized Landscape Designs to fit both your needs and your budget. Whether, you’re looking to have a simple landscape ornamental or tree placed, or you want a plant design to throw color that can be seen from down the street or Google Earth. We can design it, build it, and stand behind it with professional service that will exceed your expectations.

Retaining Walls, Paver Patios & Outdoor Living
Did you know that the most economical way to increase the living space and add to the value of your home is through the installation of an outdoor living area? With today’s technologies in segmental concrete (pavers) and free standing segmental wall systems the possibilities are endless. You may simply be looking to increase the size of your patio, or considering adding a wood or gas burning fire pit in the back yard for those game day BBQ’s or the big family get together on Memorial Day. Or you may be envisioning a full outdoor kitchen or living room complete with pergola (shade structure) or overhead roof. So whether you are looking for that one finishing touch to add value and resale potential to your property or you are looking to make your backyard a breath taking meeting place perfect for any occasion. No matter what your dream is we can help you make it a reality.

Hubert’s Landscaping specializes in the design and construction of paver patios, fire structures, outdoor kitchens, wet bars, and shade structures. When it comes to such an important investment for your property don’t gamble on just any contractor, put your faith into professionals who build these outdoor living show cases all day every day. We are so sure of our work that we will stand by our patios and outdoor structures with a five year no problem guarantee.

Paver Patios vs. Concrete
Interlocking segmental pavement systems (pavers) originated in Europe following World War II. Since that time they have been used in many successful applications worldwide both commercially and residentially. Most commonly pavers are used in the construction of driveways, sidewalks, patios, and pool decks. Not only do pavers add color and design alternatives unlike traditional concrete, but they are architecturally superior to concrete.

Traditional concrete can never be repaired or patched without leaving evidence of the repair.
Pavers can be replaced if damaged or stained with no evidence of the repair.
Pavers will never get pressure cracks from freeze thaw.
A property installed paver patio will outlast properly installed concrete.
Pavers will handle four times the weight and stress that concrete will. (Pavers — 8,000 psi vs. Concrete — 2,000 psi)
There are special types of pavers that will prevent storm water run-off which is our #1 cause for water pollution in the U.S.
Pavers add beauty and architectural flare to your building or home while adding real state value.
Pavers are about the same price and in some cases cheaper than stamped or decorative concrete.
Long term when taking the cost of repair or replacement into account.
Properly installed pavers are cheaper than property installed traditional concrete.

Walls
Throughout time man has used walls to cut and shape the earth’s terrain in order to control water runoff and to level unusable areas in order to build structures and develop cities. The construction of these walls began with the use of cut natural stone, then the use of timber logs and ties, and finally evolved into the use of segmental concrete blocks.

Today there are many forms of wall block systems that come in an array of sizes and colors. The type and size of block used depends on the application it is being used for.

Most homeowners can build a small wall or planter. However, when it comes to the larger projects it is best to consult a landscape professional. The construction of large scale walls requires the use of special retaining wall equipment and a great deal of experience. What you see on the front face of a retaining wall really has very little to do with the structural stability of the wall. What really counts is what is behind the wall and that the proper steps were taken in the construction of the sub-grade and retained areas below and behind the wall. All of our landscape engineers are certified through The National Concrete Masonry Association and are experienced in every form of wall application. If you want the job done right the first time then Hubert’s Landscaping  is your retaining wall solution.

Retain Walls
Single block system
Multi piece system
Free standing walls, seat/bench walls, columns, and pergolas
Planter Walls
Construction for new or existing homes and businesses.
Replacement of old existing walls (tie, limestone, etc.)

Irrigation
In our world today two of the major crisis that we all face as a society is metropolitan storm water runoff pollution and fresh water shortage. As we move forward into the 21st century and populations grow so will these issues. Over the past decade irrigation engineers have been hard at work bringing us many new technologies to assist in the battle for water conservation. However the designers and manufacturers can only do so much. It is our job to learn, understand, and make these new technologies available for you. Call us today for a free consultation on how you can help in the battle for water conservation through the water usage of your irrigation system.

Commercial/Residential Irrigation System Installation
Irrigation Repairs and Maintenance Programs
Irrigation System water conservation upgrades
Rain water harvesting for your outdoor water feature or garden.