Just about every yard needs a path or a walkway. Whatever you want to call it, a path keeps visitors off the lawn and out of the garden area, and directs them to the end of the path. That end can be a pool, a patio, a door, or any part of your yard.
At E.R. Baisley, we’ve been creating paths and walkways for more than 25 years. Whether they are straight from the sidewalk to your front door, or they meander around the corner and lead visitors into a garden, we’ve got the knowledge and experience to create perfect path.
Driveways can be boring. Black or grey, asphalt or gravel or dirt. Paths for you and your car.
But they don’t have to be boring. A driveway can be a work of art leading to your home, drawing the eye into a landscaped and polished yard.
At E.R. Baisley Tree and Landscape, we’ve been creating decorative driveways for more than 25 years. We understand what materials work on what type of grade, and what will work best for your particular needs.
One of the largest and most important investments you’ll make is personalizing your outdoor space for your entertainment needs. Will you build in a grill? A spa? Room for a garden? Will you want a pergola? A firepit? How much seating area will you need?
Your outdoor oasis can take on many shapes and sizes, limited only by the size of your yard and your budget.
E.R. Baisley Tree and Landscape has been building outdoor entertainment areas for more than 35 years. We can help you decide how to get the best design and functionality for your budget and needs.
Whether you’ve just installed an inground pool or you’ve had one for years and it needs a facelift, Baisley Tree and Landscape can help you create a perfect spot for relaxation!
Some inground pools were installed with simple poured concrete around the edges. After several years, that concrete can split and crack. We can remove the unsafe surface, and replace it with block, stone or slate.
A new lawn, with lush, thick grass, doesn’t have to be a dream, and it doesn’t have to be sod or take years to see the results.
Sometimes you want a new lawn because you’ve had work done—new septic, perhaps—and your old lawn is torn up. Perhaps your dog has left too many burn spots for your liking. Or maybe you’ve had several trees removed, and have bare soil where you’d like grass.
If you have a tree that has been damaged, arrange for pruning as soon as possible. The same holds true for dead or diseased branches.
For all other trees in this area, the best time to prune is in the late winter or early spring, before the tree begins to open its buds and when the tree is dormant. Also, there are fewer active insects to infest an open wound. Pruning acts as a signal for the tree to grow.