This impressive property features a formal boxwood garden in a circular design.
The green at the center of the paver walkway features Kentucky bluegrass. E.A. Quinn graded the land and installed the sod as well as the surrounding landscaping.
A front view of the home, which includes plantings and a paver walkway by E.A. Quinn Landscape Contracting.
A panoramic shot of the landscaping work. One of the details of this project included cobblestone edging along the paved driveway.
An overview of this large-scale project.
A new landscape and hardscape installation featuring granite steps and modular pillars with outdoor lighting. The screening fence made of arborvitae shrubs provides some privacy for this cottage home.
Note the Techo-Bloc Mini-Creta retaining wall and salt and pepper granite steps. E.A. Quinn Landscape Contracting also installed the paver walkway and stone and driveway.
The property also features a new patio with sitting walls made from Techo-Bloc Blu 60 pavers.
This bluestone patio features natural stone walls.
This bluestone patio features a built-in fire pit.
A bluestone patio.
A curved backyard patio and sitting wall using Ideal pavers.
This patio features a modular sitting wall and step up to the home's rear entrance.
An outdoor sitting area featuring E.A. Quinn Landscape Contracting installed pavers.
This natural stone wall features salt and pepper granite steps.
This photo shows the curved portion of the wall.
This curved retaining wall is made of fieldstone and features natural stone caps.
This pool patio features large bluestone pavers arranged in a random pattern. There is also a natural stone retaining wall and with granite steps.
A natural stone retaining wall with a natural stone waterfall leading into a saltwater gunite pool.
The pool features a natural stone diving rock. The rock was extracted from the property.
This pool patio features Ideal Yankee Cobble Vineyard Blend pavers. The ornamental grass is Japanese Bloodgrass.
The pool is surrounded by mature plantings, including Black-Eyed Susans and Hydrangea.
The plantings in this photo include Birch trees, Sedum, Blue Oak Grass and Black-Eyed Susans.
This rough cut bluestone patio features a Techo-Bloc Mini-Creta retaining wall with a sitting wall and pillars. The outdoor grill and Green Egg slow cooker are accented by a granite counter top.
From this angle of the outdoor kitchen, you can also see the built-in refrigerator.
This custom fieldstone fire pit includes a fire brick insert and a paver patio.
Here is an overhead view of the fire pit that shows the tiered patio and retaining wall.
A closer view of the custom fire pit.
An outdoor kitchen kit before a stone veneer is applied.
Stone veneer installation in progress.
The pizza oven stack in the process of installation.
The completed project, featuring the stone veneer, outdoor grill, trash receptacle and refrigerator.
A rear view of the outdoor kitchen before the counter top is installed.
This bluestone patio with granite wall and outdoor kitchen also features outdoor lighting.
Here you can see the sitting wall with natural bluestone caps.
A driveway installation in process. This owner requested an irregular shaped Techo-Bloc paver.
Close-up on the Techo-Bloc pavers.
This Corvette owner asked E.A. Quinn Landscape Contracting to design and install a custom Corvette logo.
Here you can see the finished Corvette logo made entirely of pavers.
The completed paver driveway.
This Yankee Cobble circular driveway installation features island of plantings.
The top half of the paver driveway featuring Yankee Cobble pavers.
This Glastonbury home features a Yankee Cobble paver driveway installed by E.A. Quinn Landscaping.
Bluestone walkway with granite steps and natural stone wall.
A residential walkway featuring a red and blue Ideal paver.
Venneered front steps with Ideal pavers.
These driveway pillars are made from Ideal Roman Pisa retaining block.
This retaining wall features Roman Pisa pavers with built-in pillars.
The steps are made from salt and pepper granite. The pillars feature Techo-Bloc Mini-Creta pavers and the patio features an irregular cut natural blue stone.
An Ideal Modular block sitting wall.
An EA Quinn employee blows mulch into a landscape bed.
The finished mulch installation.
A finished installation of pine bark mulch on a hillside flower bed.
A completed pine bark mulch installation around a line of shrubs.
A completed mulch installation along a front foundation.
A completed mulch installation around a planting island.
An E.A. Quinn Landscape Contracting staffer installing IPEMA certified playground mulch.
Mulch blowing the fall zone of the playground.
E.A. Quinn Landscaping specializes in mulch blowing for backyard playscapes.
E.A. Quinn Landscaping uses IPEMA certified mulch for playgrounds and playscapes.
A lush green lawn thanks to fertilization from E.A. Quinn Landscape Contracting.
A new lawn installation using hydroseeding by E.A. Quinn Landscape Contracting. A hydroseeded lawn can start growing anywhere from 7 to 21 days depending on the type of seed used.
A new residential lawn installation on a hillside using hydroseed with tackifier for erosion control.
Here's an EA Quinn customer's lawn prior to our custom hydroseeding application.
Here's that same patch of lawn only 35 days after the hydroseeding application.
This formal courtyard sod installation required grading.
The preparation before sod installation.
The completed courtyard.
The E.A. Quinn team graded this backyard in preparation for a new patio.
The completed patio.
Here you can see the installation process for a French Drain that was needed to move water under a driveway.
This is another part of the same drain project. Here you can see the installation of a strip drain. The installation included filter fabric to keep sediment out of the drain and drainage stone.
For this homeowner we installed a dry creek bed to pick up rain during heavy rainfall.
In this photo we are in the process of installing a four-inch strip-drain to pick up ground water. The drain extends approximately 200 feet.
Here is a close up of the drainage stone and filter fabric used for this project
The green roof soon after planting.
The completed green roof.
An overhead view of the Connecticut Science Center and green roof installation by E.A. Quinn Landscape Contracting.
An E.A. Quinn Landscaping staff member blows in soil for the green roof at Manchester Community College.
We had to use an extra long hose to blow the soil in.
An exterior photo of the green roof installation in progress.
At the Pond House Café at Elizabeth Park in Hartford E.A. Quinn Landscape Contracting installed an all new patio, terrace and walkways.
The majority of the materials used at the Pond House were permeable pavers.
At the Rock Cats Stadium in New Britain, E.A. Quinn Landscape Contracting created a new family entertaining area.
We also constructed several retaining walls and terraces at the stadium.
We incorporated the Rock Cats logo into the design of the pavers.
At Southern Connecticut State University in New Haven, E.A. Quinn Landscape Contracting installed a paver bus entrance in front of the Lyman Center for Performing Arts.
E.A. Quinn Landscape Contracting provided temporary and permanent erosion control for areas of Avon Mountain along Route 44.
We removed invasive species from the area before work began.
We constructed and planted a new wetland basin.
We provided plant material for the whole job over the three-year span on the project.
This photo shows what the area looked like after our plantings had grown in.
E.A. Quinn Landscaping has its own truck to take on large-scale hydroseeding and erosion control like the one pictured at the Manchester Landfill.
E.A. Quinn Landscaping completed a hydroseeding and erosion control job at Nayaug Elementary School in Glastonbury.
This photo shows an aquatic habitat after invasive Phragmites was removed.
This photo of Avon Mountain shows an area after invasive plants have been removed and the restored habitat has grown in.
An example of a property where E.A. Quinn coordinated the design and installation of an irrigation system.
Above is a portion of the landscaping plan drafted by E.A. Quinn Landscape Contracting for a Glastonbury retail center project.
This three-dimensional plan is one example of the tools our staff has to help contractors visualize their plans.
E.A. Quinn Landscape Contracting was responsible for all the plantings for the renovation of the Pond House Café at Elizabeth Park in Hartford.
E.A. Quinn Landscape Contracting has the experienced team and equipment to install large trees like the one shown above.
E.A. Quinn Landscape Contracting was responsible for plantings, mulch and lawn installation for this office building project.
E.A. Quinn Landscape Contracting was responsible for blowing in mulch for this local retailer.
E.A. Quinn Landscape Contracting's equipment can quickly and efficiently install a variety of mulches.
E.A. Quinn Landscaping installed mulch at Taft School in Watertown.
E.A. Quinn has the equipment to quickly and expertly blow mulch in hard-to-reach areas.
At Nayaug Elementary School E.A. Quinn Landscape Contracting installed a baseball field and two soccer fields.
We also provided the mowing and fertilization to bring the lawn/fields to final acceptance.
E.A. Quinn Landscape Contracting installed new baseball and soccer fields at Westbrook High/Middle School.
The E.A. Quinn team installs sod for the Rotary Club Baseball Field in Glastonbury.
E.A. Quinn Landscape Contracting was charged with creating a wetland for the redesigned Route 44 on Avon Mountain.
The E.A. Quinn Landscape Contracting team planted beach grass and native plants to adapt to the beach environment at Hammonasset Beach State Park in Madison.
New parking lots collect rain water and disperse them into planting beds we planted with native beach grass and other varieties of plants to filter out the run-off storm water.
E.A. Quinn takes a three-season approach to lawn care to create a lush carpet of green for your property.
We are careful to use fertilizers that are good for the environment.
For this property, E.A. Quinn Landscape Contracting was responsible for the design and installation of plantings, internal courtyards and irrigation.
For Langan VW, E.A. Quinn Landscape Contracting designed and installed plantings and hydroseeded.
E.A. Quinn Landscape Contracting's plowing experience includes working for large retail chains.
E.A. Quinn Landscape Contracting has provided zero tolerance snow removal for the State Capitol, Old State House and Legislative Office Building.
We do snow removal from parking garage decks as well as snow relocation.
E.A. Quinn utilizes special salt products to eliminate damage to concrete.
E.A. Quinn Landscape Contracting's utilizes special salt products to eliminate damage to concrete.
E.A. Quinn's team keeps the Glastonbury Medical Complex accessible during a snow storm.
E.A. Quinn Landscape Contracting blows in mulch at a playground at a New Britain baseball stadium.
E.A. Quinn Landscaping installs mulch at public schools in East Lyme.
At Westbrook Middle/High School E.A. Quinn Landscape Contracting was responsible for all landscape installation at the new school.
We planted all the trees and shrubs and mulch all the new areas
E.A. Quinn Landscaping working on a hillside grading project at the University of Connecticut Storrs campus.
E.A. Quinn Landscaping also completed new natural stone walls along a new road into UConn's campus.
E.A. Quinn Landscape Contracting staff members install a new walkway at the Yale Lewis Walpole Library at Yale University in New Haven.
Tree installation at the Yale Lewis Walpole Library at Yale University in New Haven.
E.A. Quinn offers year-round, turn-key landscape management services that ensure a school, daycare or park's first visual impression is a positive one.
We do snow removal for public and private schools, daycare centers and public parks.
We utilize special salt products to eliminate damage to concrete.
E.A. Quinn Landscape Contracting can help get your school or park's fields looking their best.
Schools throughout the region have relied on us to install and maintain their fields.
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