Onorato Landscaping: The #1 Fort Lee, NJ Pool Pavers

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

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Fort Lee, NJ businesses and homeowners know that quality landscape design increases property values and curb appeal, as well as instantly delivering an amazing first impression that turns heads. Your patio will give you a beautiful outdoor living space suitable for entertaining friends and family for years to come.

Onorato Landscaping is a leading patio builder in  Fort Lee, NJ.  Whether it’s a patio constructed of pavers, natural stone (flagstone, slate, bluestone, limestone), brick or concrete—Onorato’s goal is to exceed your expectation at every stage. Pavers are made from concrete and are colored.  It is important to invest in pavers that have a color warranty.

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A refurbished and re-leveled paver driveway can save you a lot of money, especially if your pavers are still sound. Call Marc Onorato for a no-obligation, on-site consultation that includes an inspection of your driveway and pavers, an assessment, and a discussion of options.

If your pavers are in good condition, a repair may be the best solution to restore their original beauty. Onorato Landscaping can disassemble your pavers, check drainage, make any needed repairs, compact the gravel base, level the sand bedding, reinstall your pavers, sand the joints, clean the pavers and reseal them.

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Marc has been operating Onorato Landscaping since 2007. Prior to launching the business, Marc had 10 years of experience at a high-end garden center. During his tenure at the garden center, Marc honed his design skills, helping customers pick the perfect mix of flowers, shrubs, bushes, and trees to beautify their yards. Many of those customers made the move to Onorato Landscaping.

As a young man, Mr. Onorato spent years working with a mason-hardscaper in what he calls his apprenticeship years. Marc learned the trade with hands-on experience augmented by studying hardscaping design and techniques prior to going out on his own. Marc takes continuing education courses during the winter downtime to enhance his knowledge base and skill.

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When appropriate, Onorato will suggest the addition of tasteful landscaping to enhance the beauty of your driveway. Marc takes courses over the winter months to enhance his knowledge base and skill. He is committed to continually improving the level of paver skills he delivers to the homeowners and businesses of Fort Lee, NJ.

Sometimes a project can be done all at once. At other times, phased implementation works better with your budget. Marc has the skill to plan projects in phases that can be implemented over several years and he is glad to work with you in any way you like to help you achieve your landscaping dreams. Call Marc at 201-941-1623 and let Onorato Landscaping give your property “Bergen County landscape design bragging rights!”

Pool Pavers Fort Lee NJ
Pool Pavers Fort Lee NJ
Pool Pavers Fort Lee NJ
Pool Pavers Fort Lee NJ

As of the 2010 United States Census, the borough’s population was 35,345,[9][19] reflecting a decline of 116 (−0.3%) from the 35,461 counted in the 2000 Census, which had in turn increased by 3,464 (+10.8%) from the 31,997 counted in the 1990 Census.[20] Along with other communities in Bergen County, it is one of the largest and fastest-growing ethnic Korean enclaves outside of Korea.
Fort Lee is named for the site of an American Revolutionary War military encampment.[21] At the turn of the 20th century it became the birthplace of the American film industry. In 1931 the borough became the western terminus of the George Washington Bridge, which crosses the Hudson River and connects to the borough of Manhattan in New York City. Fort Lee’s population and housing density increased considerably during the 1960s and 1970s with the construction of highrise apartment buildings.