Onorato Landscaping: The #1 Closter, NJ Walkway Pavers

Onorato Landscaping is proud to provide the absolute best Walkway Pavers services in Closter, New Jersey. Onorato Landscaping will design, build and maintain the Walkway Pavers of your dreams.

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Onorato Landscaping installs and repairs paver driveways throughout Closter, NJ. A driveway done using quality pavers makes a strong statement and a great first impression for both businesses and residences. Onorato only uses interlocking driveway pavers that come with a lifetime warranty for structural integrity.

Pavers combine the best of two worlds; elegance and easy care. If your driveway has a low spot and/or runs downhill to your garage, ask Marc Onorato about permeable pavers with a drainage system. The permeable paver will allow water to drain into the drainage system below, giving you the beauty of pavers while removing the water.

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Patio, driveway, and walkway pavers and stones come with a one-year guarantee against sinkage and settling. This value-based formula is working; much of their work comes through referrals from happy customers. Onorato Landscaping has built its reputation by exceeding customers’ expectations at every stage of its projects.

The cornerstone of the business is to over-deliver at every stage and to be Closter, NJ’s value leader in landscaping, hardscaping, lawn services, and commercial landscaping. The goal is always to meet and exceed the customer’s expectations, do things right the first time, stay on time and within budget, and deliver creative landscaping and personalized, friendly service with fair, honest pricing.

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Marc insists that his team focuses on delivering the highest quality services at all times. He goes one step further… personally supervising every landscaping and hardscaping job they do. Marc has dreamed of owning a landscaping business since he was young. In college, he majored in Business in preparation for the day he would open his dream company.

Marc understands how to work within a budget and, if necessary, can plan projects in phases to make things easier. The company is big enough to handle the commercial needs of Bergen County’s largest businesses but will always be “small enough” to care about and accommodate each customer.

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Marc is dedicated to constantly improving and investing in continuing education and is a member of the Closter, NJ Landscape Contractors Association. His course work and advanced training is focused in all areas of landscaping, hardscaping, and general landscape construction.

Marc never forgets that his reputation is built by satisfying one customer at a time, so he gives each customer the time and attention necessary to help make their landscaping dreams come to life. If you are looking for a great landscaper, then call Onorato Landscaping at 201-941-1623—you’ll be glad you did!

Walkway Pavers Closter NJ
Walkway Pavers Closter NJ
Walkway Pavers Closter NJ
Walkway Pavers Closter NJ

Closter (/ˈkloʊstər/[20][21]) is a borough in Bergen County, New Jersey, United States. As of the 2010 United States Census, the borough’s population was 8,373,[9][10] reflecting a decline of 10 (−0.1%) from the 8,383 counted in the 2000 Census, which had in turn increased by 289 (+3.6%) from the 8,094 counted in the 1990 Census.[22] The Lenni Lenape Native Americans tilled the soil, hunted in the woods, and fished in the rivers and streams before the Dutch arrived in the early 18th Century. The Dutch settlers, though, left an indelible mark on the area. Early records show that after the English takeover of New Netherland, English Governor Philip Carteret in 1669 granted a real estate speculator named Balthaser De Hart a strip of property which extended east and west from the Hudson River to the Tiena Kill, and north and south from today’s Cresskill into Palisades, New York.[23] It is within these geographical boundaries that lies what is now known as Closter. The first land grant deed for the area today known as Closter was not written until April 13, 1671.[24] The northern half of this tract of land consisting of 1,030 acres (420 ha) (extending from what is Closter Dock Road northward) was purchased by Barent and Resolvert Nagel on April 25, 1710,[25][26] who along with the Vervalen family first settled what is now Closter.