Charlotte DreamScapes
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We are a veteran owned, full service hardscaping and landscaping company serving the Queen City of Charlotte, North Carolina and the surrounding communities.

Your dream landscape is our core mission. We will focus on the big picture during the design stage, collaborating with you every step of the way, and then pay attention to all the details during the construction phase. The end result will be beautiful and last for many years to come.

Our enthusiasm for your idea, experience and attention to detail will all be visible in your completed project for years to come!

We help our clients create their dreamscape in stages. Often times, clients are interested in multiple projects - a fence, patio, fire pit, raised bed with retaining wall, new plants, etc. We encourage you to pick one and try us out. We're not going anywhere and you can choose to hire us again if and when you're ready.

Services Provided
Arbor Design and Construction, Brush Clearing, Custom Fire Pits, Demolition, Edible Gardens, Fence Installation, Garden Design, Gate Repair, Hardscaping, Hedge Trimming, Landscape Construction, Landscape Lighting Installation, Landscape Maintenance, Mulching, Outdoor Fireplace Construction, Outdoor Lighting Installation, Patio Construction, Paver Installation, Pergola Construction, Planting, Pond Construction, Pool Landscaping, Retaining Wall Construction, Site Preparation, Sod Installation, Stump Grinding, Tree Planting, Trellis Construction, Wood Fence Installation, Yard Waste Removal

Areas Served
Charlotte, Matthews, Mint Hill, Myers Park, Pineville
Contact: Todd Lowe
Location: Charlotte, NC 28205
Typical Job Costs: $500 - 20,000
Commented: What color blu 60 mm smooth pavers? Those slabs are Champlain Grey.
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Commented: What color are the techno bloc pavers please? They are Techo-Bloc Borealis in Hazelnut Brandy.
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Commented: Textured or Smooth? Hi! Thank you for the compliment and I just double-checked. Both my old invoice paperwork and some other photos I have that show the slabs up close. You are correct. That is the "smooth" fin...
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