Hardscaping Services

Premier Lawn Care is the premier installer of concrete pavers, brick pavers, outdoor fireplaces, fire pits, outdoor kitchens, and retaining walls in the middle Tennessee area.

Premier Lawn Cares highly trained staff and our personnel pride themselves on doing only the highest quality work.

Your Hardscapes are an extension of both you and your home. By working with our designers and construction team we’ll create an outdoor space that will bring you peace and happiness. Although vegetation is certainly important, it’s just one element of landscaping. The other is known as hardscaping, also called hard landscaping. As opposed to the plant life in a yard, which is called softscaping, hardscaping has to do with all the nonplant design elements of a yard. In other words, all the paved walkways, walls, patios, fences, lawn ornaments and rocks constitute your lawn’s hardscape. Hardscaping represents the foundation and anchor of landscaping plans. You should plan your hardscaping carefully and implement it before starting to softscape.


Design Elements

Hardscaping incorporates several design elements to enhance the appearance of your yard. It provides a fluid continuity from your home’s interior to the yard and from your yard to the surrounding landscape. The solidity and permanence of hardscape also offers an aesthetic contrast to the vulnerable and transient vegetation.

We should note that under its strictest definition, hardscaping encompasses all deliberately positioned inanimate outdoor surfaces. This includes public sidewalks, streets and even parking lots. Nevertheless, designers typically use the term to refer to home landscaping. General principles and materials, however, apply to all types of hardscape.

Like urban hardscaping, lawn hardscaping isn’t just about aesthetics. Hardscaping serves some very useful and practical functions. Hardscaping is the yin to landscaping’s yang: It’s all the inanimate aspects of a lawn.

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