Adding Charm to Your Yard... adding a bridge.

 In the landscape bridges connect places, provide direction, enhance the look, and they can be a small destination all on their own. Bridges can be made from a variety of materials including deck materials, stone, driftwood, pavers, and more. The following pictures are some examples of how bridges have been used to enhance a customers landscape.

This cedar bridge provides a spot to stop and watch fish or other aquatic life. It also provides access to a natural stone path that lads up to two different waterfalls. It brings the water features, limestone walls, and deck together. Without it, the water feature and walls would simply be there to look at. With a bridge, they are there to be explored and interacted with.

This deck provides access to the main deck from the door wall and the walkway around the house. The tempered glass railing of the bridge make it both safe and easy to view the koi swimming in the pond below.

 This composite bridge brings the path right over the water feature as it winds up to the back patio. It helps blend the water feature into the landscape and shorten the distance of the walkway. 

This stepping stone bridge splits a small stream as it leads to the upper level of grass and ultimately to a staircase to the front driveway. 

This swimming pond has a simple driftwood bridge that leads to a peninsula half way up the waterfall. It's a cool place to explore or to enjoy the upper or lower sections of the water feature.

This small composite bridge provides up close and personal access to this quaint waterfall. I also helps bridge a path to the patio behind this home. Using composite materials means this deck will last a long time, even in somewhat moist or humid conditions.
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