Liquidscapes

(908) 752-9650
www.liquidscapes.net

Services Provided
Landscape Architecture, Pool, Spa and Water Feature Design, Pool, Spa, Fountain and Water Feature Installation, Pool Renovation, Pool Maintenance, Plant Installation, Carpentry (building of fences, gates, pergolas, trellis, tree houses, decks,etc.), Masonry (constructing retaining walls, steps, patios, terraces, bridges,fire pits, fire places, etc.), Grading, Drainage, Site Work, etc.

Areas Served
Tri-state area for building projects and Nationally for design projects.

Typical Job Cost
$50,000 - $3,000,000

Business Description
Liquidscapes is committed to designing and building fine quality pools and landscapes for the tri-state area. We have dedicated 37 years to our craft, disciplines, process and methodologies. With every client we take the time to evaluate the site conditions, regulations and all the associated needs and requirements of the client and their space before design development occurs. We pride ourselves on a TEAM approach with the best professionals in the industry to create a sound design for our clients. Through this collaborative approach and effort, it has always produces our greatest results and most rewarding experiences.

Certification and Awards
CPB Certified Pool Builders
Location:
Pittstown, NJ US 
Contact:
Howard Roberts 
Type:
 
Address
665 PO Box,
Pittstown, New Jersey,
United States, 08867 
Fax:
(908) 996-0922 
License #:
NJHIC# 13VH05293300 
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Those are standard roses in those containers.
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Speak to the architect, Rich Bubnowski, he is on Houzz.
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This home wasn't painted, this is composite shingle and pre-colored by the manufacturer.
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Pool Design Flows From Home Lines

From straight to curvy to free form, here's how to design a pool that reflects your home inside and out Full Story
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Incredible backyard pools! very unique looking. Is that artificial grass in the top picture?
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Sorry, I painted my home many years ago and threw out the cans.
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This arbor is sitting on a 3' concrete footing, we used 10" sono tubes. There are metal plates/anchors connected to the footing and cedar post, so the wood is bolted together and above grade.
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The fencing is just a 4"x 4" wolmanized post, with a 1"x 5" top rail, with vinyl coated 1"x 4" mesh (with staples). All my gates were made custom and I don't have plans, this was done 14 years ago. Sorry.
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Above is another picture of my fence when I just started my project!!
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Mazus
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Those were purchased by the owners.
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15 Great Ideas for a Lawn-Free Yard

End the turf war for good with hardscaping, native grasses and ground covers that save water and are easier to maintain Full Story
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Ahhh well, nature is messy in general. Consider that birds who find insects and worms in soil need to get through whatever is on top and insects also "hide " under leaf litter. That is why being TIDY TIDY in the garden does not benefit birds and or some pollinators that we need so badly. Some native bees burrow in the ground etc etc.and need bare ground, some find hollow "tubes " of plant material left after the sea on is over.
Landscape fabric, though permeable, does not allow worms to rise and I presume they drown in some locations under this fabric. OH and I cannot imagine using plastic as was popular years ago.

Here in the midwest consider using hardwood mulch from a nearby source and avoid Cypress [it is cheaper but not a sound ecological decision] Landscape rock might work well in the desert. Here in the midwest it has become less popular. Soil forms over it eventually...
My present front yard lawn will end up a wide "path" and I will plant more native grasses and plants/shrubs inside a pretty conventional design...curvy but conventional and with a small berm that I am hopeful will act like a rain garden on the slope without a swale. We'll see!
Thanks for pictures and ideas everybody.
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More articles about this please. CA is in the middle of a terrible drought. We are going to get rid of our lawn. Would love more ideas for shady areas and owners with doggies!!
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Go to Richard Bubnowski's page on Houzz, he is the architect of the project. Thanks
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We did and thanks!!
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It is actually a gray, that just the way the light is hitting the home.
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Those are Redbuds or Cersis Canadensis.
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Howard Roberts and the Liquid team are the complete package! Their experience and design ideas are second to none. Rarely do you find one professional who exce...
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Howard Roberts always has a vision! It is amazing how Howard can look at an open outdoor space and immediately be able to paint a picture that beautifully tran...
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As architects, we have worked with Howard Roberts of Liquidscapes on multiple client projects, and couldn't ask for a more collaborative, passionate, and talent...
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I have known Howard Roberts for over 20 years. He is extremely proffessional and very talented. I have used him on many of our projects and I am happy to have...
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I have worked with Howard for many years, his work is excellent. He is a true professional. The attention to detail is like no other!
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