About Crevina Landscaping
West Milford, NJ
Crevina Landscaping LLC. is a family-owned and operated landscape and design firm right here in beautiful West Milford, NJ. Since the start of our landscaping company in 2012 we’ve treated every customer like they were a part of our family. As a fully licensed and insured landscaping business, we have a fully trained and professional staff that allows us to offer you the highest quality landscaping services and lawn care in the West Milford, NJ area at un-beatable prices. Specializing in custom outdoor living areas and large scale plantings, but branching out to all areas of landscape construction, landscape maintenance and lawn care services.
We service all of Northern New Jersey including Passaic, Bergen, Morris, Sussex, and Essex County as well as The Suffern, New York area. We take pride in all of our work, whether it is commercial or residential. This is why we are a "Design, Install, and Maintain" company. We believe in staying and working with our customers from the start and throughout the growth of their landscapes.
Always striving to do better is our number one philosophy. Members of our company have been excelled Horticulture and Landscape classes at The County College of Morris. By attending nation wide landscape and hardscape shows has allowed Crevina Landscaping to stay on top of all the leading technologies in our industry. Let Crevina Landscaping take care of all your landscaping needs and let us make your dream yard become a reality.
What is the Difference Between Hardscape and Softscape?
There are two main components in landscape design - softscape and hardscape. Softscape is all under the 'Landscape' category seen above, they are the elements that are fluid and changing as they mature. Hardscape are design elements that are solid and unchanging as the years go by. The ideal landscape is a balance of both hardscape and softscape.
Hardscape refers to the solid elements in the design of the landscape that stay the same for years. For example: large rocks, walkways and pavers, retaining walls, outdoor kitchens, water features, decks and driveways.
Softscape does not have that permanent quality that hardscaping does. It is the living part of a landscape that grows and changes with time and need to be maintained more meticulously. Softscape are the elements such as soil, plants, shrubs, trees, flowers, vegetables, vines, turf and color schemes.