Thomas P. Ryland Co.

Landscapers serving Hampden County & Northern Connecticut since 1931
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Driveway, sidewalks and parking lots

Patios, Walkways and Retaining Walls

Thomas P. Ryland installs beautiful walks, patios and retaining walls from either natural stone or concrete paver systems throughout the Longmeadow, Springfield and Northern Connecticut area.,

Walk way and retaining wall

Patio and water feature

A new patio, walkway, drive, or retaining walls can add new life to your landscape. We will help you design your project, select the best materials, provide the proper foundation and address any drainage requirements to make sure the finished product will add beauty and functionality to your yard and give you years of outdoor enjoyment.

Retaining walls are used to prevent erosion by creating manageable change of grades that often result in better use of space and an increase in accessible planting beds. The number and size of the walls will be determined by the slope you are trying to tame, soil type, product used, and use of the area behind and between the walls.

retaining wall and shrubs

We will work with your local municipality to meet all digging requirements and file all necessary permits. We will manage the job from start to finish.
We will design and install plantings to soften and anchor these hardscapes into your overall landscape. A well planned and executed hardscape can add value and curb appeal to your properly.

Stairs, walkway and retaining wall

Thomas P. Ryland has the tools, equipment, expertise and manpower install you patio, walkway or retaining wall with natural store or pavers properly and quickly.

Call us to get a quote on building your patio, walkway or retaining wall.

Thomas P. Ryland Co. - 154 Cedar Street Springfield, MA 01105 - (413) 734-7943

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