Onorato Landscaping: The #1 Bergen County, NJ Retaining Walls

Onorato Landscaping is proud to provide the absolute best Retaining Walls services in Bergen County, New Jersey. Onorato Landscaping will design, build and maintain the Retaining Walls of your dreams.

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Are you in Bergen County, NJ and looking for a rock or retaining wall designed and built to enhance the beauty of your home or business? If, so, please consider Onorato Landscaping. Marc Onorato is the founder and president of the firm. He has the innate skill of being able to listen to your wants, desires, and dreams and the ability to develop concepts and designs that bring them to life at almost every size budget.

Some people and businesses choose to have Onorato produce the entire landscaping and hardscaping project at once. Marc and the team aim to exceed your expectations throughout the project. However, if your situation demands that you develop your project so that you can spread your budget over several seasons, we understand that, too. Marc knows that unexpected expenses—a medical bill, college tuition, car expense—can impact your budget and your plan.

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Stone can come in many types, and colors and can be natural or cut. They offer the same advantages as brick and must be designed correctly to include proper drainage to avoid cracking. If your home has the stone facing or colonial architecture common in Bergen County, NJ, the stone may be the perfect material for you. It can enhance the beauty of your property while delivering a durable wall.

Boulders can be stacked relatively quickly. Multi-ton boulders require heavy equipment to place. Nevertheless, their weight will keep them in place without frost. Your property can be enhanced with them. You can control water flow by forming a blind ditch behind the boulders. If your Bergen County, NJ property has mid-century or colonial architecture, a boulder retaining wall will look great.

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Every type of material has its pros and cons, and a big part of the equation is your specific taste. You may love concrete blocks and hate stone while someone else loves wood and hates brick. Taste is an individual thing, and Onorato works closely with you to achieve your goals. The company uses your chosen materials to create a design that results in the best for your yard or place of business.

Brick has many of the advantages of concrete blocks. The retaining walls of brick are strong and durable, and they can easily accommodate bends and curves. They are labor intensive and require skilled masons to build the proper footing and drainage to avoid cracking (brick does not breathe). There are many traditional homes and businesses in Bergen County, NJ where a brick retaining wall can make the property shine.

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Your project can be phased, and each phase will look completed. In the end, each phase will tie together as if it was done all at once. For example, you could start with a concrete block retainer wall to replace your current and dilapidated railroad tie wall. Next season may include a patio that blends as if it was constructed at the same time as the retaining wall.

New season..schedule the next project; perhaps a rock wall or a paver walkway. And, finally, finish with some beautiful trees, shrubs, and flowers. If you are looking for personalized service, and creative and beautiful walls designed by a craftsman who wants your property to look its best—contact Onorato Landscaping. Call Marc at 201-941-1623 and let Onorato give your home or business “Bergen County’s stone or retaining wall bragging rights!”

Retaining Walls Bergen County NJ
Retaining Walls Bergen County NJ
Retaining Walls Bergen County NJ
Retaining Walls Bergen County NJ

Bergen County is the most populous county in the U.S. state of New Jersey.[4] As of the 2020 United States Census, the county’s population was 955,732, an increase of 50,616 (5.6%) from the 905,116 residents enumerated in the 2010 census by the United States Census Bureau,[5] which in turn represented an increase of 20,998 (2.4%) from the 884,118 counted in the 2000 Census. Located in the northeastern corner of New Jersey and its Gateway Region, Bergen County is part of the New York City metropolitan area and is directly across the Hudson River from Manhattan, to which it is connected by the George Washington Bridge.
Bergen County is divided into 70 municipalities, but has no large cities. Its most populous place, with 43,010 residents at the time of the 2010 census, is Hackensack,[6] which is also its county seat.[2] Mahwah covered the largest area of any municipality, at 26.19 square miles (67.8 km2).[6]