Onorato Landscaping: The #1 Ridgefield, NJ Hardscaping

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

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Ridgefield homeowners understand the value of quality hardscaping. A paver or stone driveway, walkway or stoop, and stairs redone in stone not only increase the value of the home but significantly increases its curb appeal. Onorato Landscaping offers an extensive range of hardscaping and serving near Ridgefield

You may have a stoop that has cracked or a walkway that has partially settled—at best unsightly and at worst a trip and fall hazard. Maybe your driveway has degraded to the point of needing replacement. And let’s not forget the backyard. Perhaps it’s a crumbling patio. Maybe that one rotted railroad tie is the straw that broke the camel’s back.

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Estimates of the return-on-investment value of quality landscaping and hardscaping run the gamut; a range of 15% all the way up to 1000%, depending on the improvement(s). An HGTV article, Maximum Home Value Landscaping Projects: Driveways, suggests that you “Choose visually interesting designs and materials for your driveway and walkways to add value to your home and make a statement.”

There is no denying the effect of quality hardscaping increasing a home’s curb appeal. Surprisingly, the more the home is worth, the more valuable a paver or stone driveway becomes. A paver or stone driveway has come to be expected as part of a “Ridgefield” high-end home; adding a creative design and landscaping that enhances the design of the driveway further increases its value.

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Marc’s goal is to over-deliver at every step of the project. It begins with the “foundation”—expertly completed to ensure that the hardscaping stays beautiful for years to come. The design comes next. Marc is a skilled designer able to listen to people and help them crystallize their thoughts…he brings hardscaping and landscaping dreams to life. Marc supervises every hardscaping job, and the masons are skilled.

Finally, Marc uses his ten years of experience at a leading garden center to accent your hardscaping with beautiful plants, flowers, shrubs, and trees. Designing hardscaping that integrates with creative landscaping is where Marc Onorato’s design skills can make your property shine. Be it a business or a residence, Marc’s creativity and planning can help you maximize your investment and generate that WOW effect that creates your perfect first impression!

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It’s time to think of beautiful stone or a concrete paver wall. Let Marc Onorato help. He’ll walk the property with you, listening to your dreams and budget. He’ll work with you, offering suggestions about ways to beautify your property without breaking the bank. By giving your property a one-of-a-kind look, he ensures that you get the most value for your investment.

Marc is always available to speak with you. If it is after hours, you can call… your call will be promptly returned. When you add up Onorato’s unsurpassed service, quality, and pricing, Marc is confident that Ridgefield property owners will agree that Onorato Landscaping is Ridgefields value leader in hardscaping – call them today at 201-941-1623 – you’ll be glad you did!

Ridgefield is a borough in Bergen County, New Jersey, United States. As of the 2010 United States Census, the borough’s population was 11,032,[9][10][11] reflecting an increase of 202 (+1.9%) from the 10,830 counted in the 2000 Census, which had in turn increased by 834 (+8.3%) from the 9,996 counted in the 1990 Census.[20] At the time of European colonization, the area was home to the Hackensack tribe of the Lenape Native Americans, who maintained a large settlement to the north on Overpeck Creek. Their name is an exonym taken from the territory and is translated as place of stony ground [24] which describes the diminishing Hudson Palisades as they descend into the Meadowlands becoming the ridgefield that is part of Hackensack River flood plain.