More often than not, homeowners refer to the addition of a retaining wall, patio, walkway and fire pit as landscaping. However, elements that utilize stone, brick and concrete are actually called hardscapes. It’s true that landscapers are who you call for your hardscaping needs. Bear Creek Landscapes & Design offer completely custom hardscape designs for your home’s outdoor living area or a business’ gathering space.

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What Do You Need? Hardscaping, Softscaping or Both?

Landscapers is the most common term used for businesses like Bear Creek Landscapes & Design. That’s because hardscaping is one element of landscaping. The other is softscaping. The differentiator is whether we utilize living matter or non-living matter. All hardscaping is done with things like stone, brick, pavers, wood, concrete and gravel. Softscaping utilizes plants, trees, shrubs and grass.

Custom Solutions for Every Property

Even homes in the same neighborhood differ. Families have unique needs and wants. That’s why we provide custom solutions. Some examples of hardscaping projects we’ve handled include:

  • Custom firepits & fireplaces
  • Retaining walls
  • Walkways
  • French drains
  • Patios
  • Custom grills
  • Outdoor kitchens


A good hardscaping plan offers many benefits. One that is often overlooked is that it reduces maintenance on your property. It also can aid in drainage on your property. Of course, the biggest benefit is in how it creates usable entertainment and outdoor living space.

Trust Bear Creek Landscapes & Design

When you call Bear Creek Landscapes & Design, we’ll listen to what your needs are and likely set up an appointment for one of our professionals to provide an on-site consultation. As landscapers who offer complete services, let us help you create your ideal property. Because we offer so many options, your only limits are your space, budget and desires. Call us today at (931) 840-0030 or (615) 913-7384 or fill out our contact form today.


Frequently Asked Questions

Do I have to submit all changes to my yard to my HOA?

That depends on your HOA rules. Most require major changes submitted, however, adding new plants in an existing garden bed does not usually require approval.

Why do some people's grass turn brown in winter?

This area has three primary types of grass; fescue, Bermuda & zoysia. Bermuda & zoysia both go dormant after the first frost which means it turns brown. It will begin growing again in late April.

How much does new landscaping cost?

New plants and shrubs cost less than new trees and a new patio. At Bear Creek Landscapes & Design, we work with each individual to bring their vision to life while keeping within their budget.

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