Monday, February 16, 2015

Brick Paver Installation

Many landscape designs and installations now a days include both hard scape and soft scape materials. The most common hard scape material used in Brick Pavers. Most manufactures these days offer bricks that no longer crack, fade, or even grow weeds between them in properly installed. They can be used on driveways, patios, walkways, porches, and many other applications. A benefit of using a paver vs. typically more common materials such as concrete or asphalt is that they are easily repairable in the event it the area settles or shifts. With using concrete or asphalt If it cracks or sinks it is virtually impossible to repair without completing a whole new surface. Brick pavers come in all different shapes, sizes, and colors making any outdoor living space differ from others and each design of the hard scape different from another one. At Wall Landscape Services LLC we install many different types of pavers and can create an outdoor living space within your budget and needs different from any other you've seen.

Thomas J. Wall
Wall Landscape Services

Tuesday, January 20, 2015

Wall Landscape Services Many Towns in Morris County NJ

Over the course of the last several years, Wall Landscape Services has been making homes in the Morris County, NJ area look great by updating their landscaping and hard-scaping. Wall Landscape serves many properties in the Morris County area.  Because of the services we provide (lawn mowing, routine landscaping, or installation of new hard-scapes) you will see an increase in neighborhood curb appeal and property values.

One of the keys when hiring our business is the fact that we are an educated and experienced staff, and we live in the local communities so we take great pride in the work we perform!

Our business carries all necessary forms of business which are, Liability-Worker's Compensation Insurance, registered with the State of New Jersey as a Home Improvement Contractor with a registration number #13VH04996500 and NJ Public Works Contractor with the registration number of #699627.

If you are looking for a Landscaper in the Morris County NJ area, please visit our website, at

Towns Served in New Jersey (NJ), USA:
Boonton | Caldwell | Cedar Knolls | Chatham | Chester (NJ) | Denville | East Hanover | Florham Park | Lake Hiawatha | Livingston | Long Valley | Madison | Mendham | Montville | Morris County | Morris Plains | Morristown | Mountain Lakes | North Caldwell | Parsippany | Pequannock | Pine Brook | Pompton Plains | Randolph | Rockaway | Short Hills | South Orange | Towaco | West Caldwell | West Orange | Whippany

Thank you,
Wall Landscape Services.

Friday, December 20, 2013

New Website Announcement

Wall Landscape Logo

Wall Landscape Services is pleased to announce the release of our new website, designed with a fresh new look and user-interface navigation.  The site is updated with the latest information about our new and existing Services.

One of the main goals was to build a user-friendly and simple site to navigate. The new design allows the users to quickly find the Services they are looking for.

We hope that you will enjoy browsing our new site, finding more options and information each time, and that it will be yet another tool for strengthening our business relations.

Sunday, April 1, 2012

Weekly Lawn Cutting Service (Parsippany Area)

Lawn Cutting Service
When the Spring Cleanups are complete and your early application of spring fertilizer is applied, the lawn and turf areas on your property come out of there winter hibernation and begin growing. Normally during the time that snow has already melted, and the ground is starting the thaw out. The tempeture from end of March to Mid-April ranges from 50-70 degrees which is ideal for the grass to start growing.

The importance of mowing the lawn once a week is very critical to healthy growth, weed free lawn, and also good results applying fertilizer. Each visit there should not be more than 1/3 of the grass plain removed from the lawn which means if you take more or less off, you are stressing out the grass and it results it poor looking grass. When fertilizer is applied to your lawn, the grass wants to grow and by cutting it once a week you are keeping it healthy and it continues to grow and create a strong root system. The lawn mower blades must be sharpened at minimum once a week to make sure that you are cutting the grass and not ripping the lawn which results in browning or yellowing at the tips. Also during the spring months its better to collect all grass clippings because of the growth of the lawn vs. in the summer its better to mulch the clippings back into the lawn to keep feeding it nutrients.

At Wall Landscape Services we provide weekly lawn cutting starting once the grass begins to grow normally around Early to Mid-April. During our weekly lawn visits our crew mows all lawn areas, edges around the entire property, removes all grass clippings depending on the time of the year (during the summer its better to recycle to grass clippings back into the lawn to feed the lawn natural nutrients such as nitrogen and water), and we also blow off all paved surfaces to remove accumilated debris. We take great care of our equiptment by regurarly changing the oil, belts, and sharpening our blades 2 times a week to make sure when we visit your property we are cutting the blades of the grass to keep the healthy.

Call us today at (862) 684-2215 for a free property evaluation so that we can begin cutting your lawn before it gets out of control.

Saturday, February 25, 2012

Wall Landscape Services Movie

Wall Landscape Services video covers all of our landscaping and construction services. We perform simple tasks like mulching, planting, seeding and perform more complicated tasks like installing property drainage systems, all types of masonry work, and property grading. 

We are in the process of making many more videos in the future for DIY homeowners and also homeowners in need of landscaping work.