Northern Lights Landscape

Since 2001, our highly experienced team has streamlined and structured a wide range of commercial and residential outdoor spaces, providing expertise in hardscape and masonry projects, landscape design and lighting, stone patios and walkways, and customized granite and veneer installations. We also specialize in revamping previously under-utilized spaces, offering designs for outdoor kitchens and living areas.

We are constantly changing and adapting to the newest design trends and safety standards, challenging ourselves to learn the most advanced practices within the landscape industry. Northern Lights earns the trust of clients through diligence, focus and adaptability, providing only the highest service and best quality materials for the landscapes we create. Serving the greater Milford, NH area.

Services Provided
Brick Masonry, Brush Clearing, Custom Fire Pits, Custom Water Features, Deck Building, Excavating, Fence Installation, Garden Design, Gate Installation, Hardscaping, Land Clearing, Land Leveling & Grading, Landscape Construction, Landscape Lighting Installation, Masonry, Mulching, Outdoor Fireplace Construction, Outdoor Kitchen Construction, Outdoor Lighting Installation, Patio Construction, Paver Installation, Pergola Construction, Planting, Pool Landscaping, Retaining Wall Construction, Sod Installation, Swimming Pool Construction, Tree Planting

Areas Served
Amherst, Bedford, Brookline, East Merrimack, Greenville, Hollis, Litchfield, Lyndeborough, Manchester, Mason, Merrimack, Milford, Mont Vernon, Nashua, New Boston, New Ipswich, Temple, Wilton

Certifications and Awards
Unilock Authorized Contractor
Location: 395 Elm Street
Milford, NH 03055
Commented: Exterior needs character!! Pharrell27, I agree -- a railing is definitely necessary (both for aesthetics and safety!). Also, you could build the columns out a bit, so they are bulkier and more of a statement. I would look in...
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Commented: Retaining Wall I agree with Revolutionary Gardens... Definitely check the walls stability before going too far with any project concerning it. If it check out however, plants that hang down and some natural growing...
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Commented: Need help determining if I should use concrete pavers or natural. depending on your slope, i think a single step might be alright. Or if you can make the grade steeper, you could put two-three steps which would definitely be better both aesthetically and user wise
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