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Brick pavers come in a variety of colors, sizes, and styles. Visit Royal Landscape Nursery in Gotha and browse the area's largest pvaer display. Choose from a big selection and pick out pavers to match or enhance your existing features, or start a completely new paver project.
Brick pavers on your driveway will greatly improve the curb appeal and the value of your home, and it offers an inviting appearance each time you come home. We use only thick pavers to support vehicle use. Add to existing driveways to increase your parking areas, or create an entirely new driveway of your dreams.
Patios can be created in all shapes and sizes to enhance your outdoor living space. Added to the back yard, they provide space for entertaining guests, outdoor kitchens, and grilling areas. Consider building small retaining walls to double as seating areas.
As summer heats up, enjoy the look and feel of a new pool deck as you cool off.
All manufacturers offer a warranty and Royal offers a warranty on labor and installation services. When Royal Landscape provides a proposal for your project you can feel confident that all aspects of the project will be included in the bid....
Turfgrass in the South may be harder to comeby in the spring and summer of 2015. Renouned professor and extension specialist Dr. Grady Miller of North Carolina State University attributes reduced acreages during the economic downturn and increasing construction demand as likely explanations of the 2015 shortfall in acres. Expect for prices to be higher this year and you should plan your budgeting and pricing accordingly.