Artistic Landscapes LLC is a professional landscape services firm based in Georgetown, MA which provides outdoor lighting, stone masonry, hand pruning and landscape design. Artistic Landscapes' mission is to provide the ultimate in personal service and client satisfaction while creating unique landscape designs that address each client's specific goals and needs. We listen to our clients and help them realize their dream property.
We are committed to exceeding our clients' expectations by providing seamless and attentive service and becoming a resource for that client's future questions. All plant materials are guaranteed for one year, while landscape lighting fixtures and irrigation systems are backed by our two-year guarantee. Our guarantee on all hardscapes including driveways, walkways, patios, retaining walls and steps is a five (5) year guarantee. Artistic Landscapes believes in the quality of our work and providing clients with tremendous value, thus we are able to provide you with this 5 year guarantee.
Artistic Landscapes LLC provides expertise designing your new landscape, maintenance of your trees, plants and associated planting beds. Your landscape design might include plants, trees, stonework and professional low voltage lights or might be how to create focal points within your existing landscape. This expertise is acknowledged by Tony's MCLP designation, being an ICPI certified installer of pavers as well as being a NCMA certified installer of Segmental Retaining Walls. Unilock, a manufacturer of concrete pavers and segmental wall blocks have recognized Artistic Landscapes as a Unilock Authorized Contractor and Techo-Bloc, another manufacturer of concrete pavers and segmental wall blocks, has designated Tony as a Techo-Pro Contractor. These designations were earned after representatives from each company qualified us as a preferred contractor based on inspection of some of our prior work. Our ability to design and install a professional low voltage landscape lighting system was acknowledged by Cast Lighting when Cast certified Tony as a Certified Designer of Landscape Lights. As a result of listening to your needs and creating a landscape that meets your goals, members of Angie's List have found the work of Artistic Landscapes to be exceptional and have rated us with 'A' ratings. For 4 straight years, Artistic Landscapes earned the Angie's List Super Service Award, 2013, 2012, 2011 and 2010.
No job is too small. These services are available in Massachusetts and up to the Lakes Region of New Hampshire. If you would like us to send you pictures of any of our landscape projects to see how we built patios, walkways, or install low voltage landscape lighting systems, please email us and we will provide you with these pictures.
We were pleased at meeting so many people during the Boston Flower & Garden Show that was held at the Boston World Trade Center at the Seaport from March 13th - 17th, 2013. We had built a natural stone firepit, patio, retaining walls, pillar and some landscape lights. As a result of the 2013 show, we are going to exhibit at the Boston Flower & Garden Show this March 12th - 16th, 2014. Please visit us at Booth 838.
Additional information about current projects can be seen by visiting our blog at www.Artistic-Landscapes.com/blog in our effort to keep you abreast of what we are doing and current landscape items.
During January 2011, Landscape & Hardscape Design-Build magazine published an article titled Recycle, Reuse, Reduce Costs. This article begins on page 3 of the magazine and includes a summary of how we were able to help two families use old landscape elements in their new landscape and a couple of pictures from one of the landscape transformations. This article can be found at www.LHDesignBuild.com
If you would like to read some of the "Welcome Home" story published in The Home Issue of Northshore Magazine on March 18th, 2010, please send us an email and we will forward this to you. Artistic Landscapes is quoted in the article and is listed 2nd on their summary of ways of "Staying Green". We can help you create a sustainable landscape.
We joined the "GreenCare for Troops" program in 2010 and look forward to helping a military family in 2011. This nationwide outreach program is organized by Project Evergreen and connects local landscape firms with families of the men and women away from home serving our country in the armed forces. We are extremely excited and proud to help a few families as they are providing a tremendous service to our country.
2012 was our busiest year of all time. We finished a natural stone wall that was built around granite steps that we installed and a paver walkway that leads from the driveway to the front door for a family in North Andover. After we finished all of the hardscapes and lighting system for this family, we planted many shrubs, perennials and trees and finished the area with six pallets of sod. We built a paver patio and front steps for a family in Windham, NH and accented the stonework, the front of the house and some trees with a landscape lighting system. This patio did not include an accent color. We built a retaining wall, paver patio, walkway and garden that has stepping stones for a family in Salisbury. This patio and walkway has an accent row by using a different size paver and differnt style paver in the same color as the body of the patio. We planted six mature elm trees for an Andover family in such a way that they elms will create an allee. Additionally, we planted many other shrubs and perennials and trees after creating a new garden and removing all of the poorly performing grass that was between the public sidewalk and the street. This area between the sidewalk and the street now contains a variety of perennials. We created a peony garden and peastone walkway for a family in Gloucester as well as planted some complimentary plants within their existing landscape. We built a segmental retaining wall for a family in Salem. We created an area and built the foundation for a swingset for a family in Brookline. We designed and planted all of the foundation plants for a family in Boxford. These plants included digging a 34" deep trench so that we were able to install a barrier and then plant bamboo. The bamboo will not escape from this area due to the barrier. We built a raised patio and walkway with pavers for a family in Georgetown. This patio includes two rows of contrasting pavers around the edge of the patio. These pavers contrast in terms of color, size and shape. The walkway is narrower, thus was built with the same style as the patio but with one accent row. We installed a landscape lighting system that included four transformers for a family in Beverly. We built a paver walkway (with no border banding) and installed a cobblestone apron in front of the house for a family in Newburyport. The walkway will make it much easier for the family to get around their house and landscape lights were installed to make it easier for this family to see when they walk their dog. Four of the lights were installed within the cobblestone apron so that the lights sit flush with the top of the cobblestones. We built a paver patio that includes two rows of accent pavers along the perimeter for a family in Georgetown. These accent rows were built using the a contrasting paver to the body (in color, size and shape) of the patio. We also transformed the entire property for a family in Danvers. The transformation included new segmental retaining walls along the front of the house, a paver walkway to the door that is primarily used by the homeowners and every inch of the backyard. The backyard transformation includes a new bulkhead (masonry work and bulkhead door), an Azek deck, paver patio with 3 accent rows (the two outermost rows were built using one type of paver then there is a transitional paver that is lighter in color and texture) around the body of this patio, a segmental sitting wall, two raised planters, a firepit and a landscape lighting system. These projects are in addition to the normal Spring/Fall Clean-ups and pruning which we performed for our clients.
If you would like to conserve energy and reduce the environmental impact of your home, you should consider adding a green roof to your building. We recommend ("Mass. Green Roofs, Inc.") In addition, we have full access to a supply of reclaimed stones for walkways and walls including cobblestones, granite slabs and native stones.
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