Finally we got started with this season! Check out the progress on this seawall on Green Lake in Interlochen…….more to come on the finished project.
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So Spring is right around the corner…….have you given much thought about what your DREAM landscape would look like? Colorful flower beds, water features, outdoor kitchen & fire pit?
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Here is a beautiful site on Crystal Lake, in Benzie County. The owners contracted Wilhelm Landscapes to develop their lakefront. A rip rap boulder seawall, patio, fire pit and new beach, transformed the site into a showpiece for the owners and their guests. Wilhelm Landscapes used Lake Superior Boulders for the seawall and surrounded the new beach area with limestone slabs. Imagine sitting by your Northern Michigan Lake, warmed by your new fire pit, on your new patio, built by Wilhelm Landscapes.
Wilhelm Landscapes was the contractor for this bioengineered seawall on Loon Lake in Genesee County. The environmentally friendly Fiber Logs are used as an accepted practice in lake front bioengineered seawalls. Wilhelm worked closely with the DEQ to achieve this solution and the results are impressive. Wilhelm Landscapes has also created many beautiful landscapes in Livingston and Oakland Counties.
Did you know Wilhelm Landscapes can obtain all the necessary permitting for your landscaping project? Wilhelm works with the Michigan DEQ to permit seawall projects on a regular basis. Design and Service are why you should choose Wilhelm Landscapes for your seawall installation. Wilhelm has built seawalls on most lakes throughout Benzie, Antrim, Grand Traverse, Kalkaska and Leelanau Counties; some of which include Lake Leelanau, Torch Lake, Elk Lake and both Grand Traverse Bays!
Here is a beautiful recently finished project on Starvation Lake.
Here is a recent project on Elk Lake with a Michigan Boulder Seawall and Beach Area. Did you know Wilhelm Landscapes does beach grooming as well as beach sanding? How does your beach look?