We were contracted by the home builder to complete a fully fledged landscape project at 50 Donwoods. This project consisted of two outdoor spaces. The backyard area, as well as the space at the front of the home.

For the patio area in the backyard, we used a beautiful Indian Sandstone which expresses a unique and complimentary colour and texture. The utilization of this material perfectly compliments the Indiana Limestone that was already featured in the architectural make-up of the home. Along the pool, a mixture of Algonquin sawn and sandblasted flagstone pool copings were used for the walkways and staircases. Additionally, our team constructed custom stone pillars with iron fencing in order to create a striking and elegant boundary to this corner property.

At AllWeather, we believe that finishing touches and small details go a long way. At both the front and backyard space, we supplied several stunning floral display urns that are updated with the seasons and that match the home’s sophisticated style and character. Lastly, a subtle though distinguished landscape lighting layout created an element of safety and security at night while simultaneously highlighting the properties many gorgeous features.

Throughout the project, the client was extremely appreciative of both the work and professionalism from our team. Specifically, the client was excited about how we elegantly complemented the home with our custom stonework, iron fencing and floral arrangements. We continue to provide maintenance services to the client’s landscape to keep it looking pristine!

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“We are incredibly proud of this project and all of the custom stone work and care that went into it. This project best shows off the passion and incredible talent of our masonry team.”

Mark Kimmerly, Allweather Landscape

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