When we analyze a client outdoor project at Anderson Landscape Construction and Horticulture Preservation, we always examine environmentally sound options.
When designing the landscape components to the expanded outdoor environment, we always think about sustainability that is responsive and regenerative while actively contributing to the development of healthy communities. By so doing, we can help sequester carbon, increase energy efficiency, cleanse the water and air, restore habitats and create value through social, economic and environmental benefits.
Some of these ideas included in our designs are use of native plant species, limited use of traditional water dependent grass and turf instead using adaptive ground cover choices that help manage rainwater and storm water runoff. We use drip irrigation water systems that have rain gauge override systems incorporated. Wherever possible, we use recycled paver materials that allow for efficient water permeation, while still being attractive.
To learn more about our environmentally sound options without sacrificing beauty and diversity, reach out to us at 978 422 6500 or on our website at www.andlc.com.