A Landscape Design and Build Firm

Kyle Gibson Rock-n-Landscapes provides a comprehensive landscape design and installation service for homeowners looking for a distinctive and custom outdoor living environment or commercial sites requiring unique and high quality enhancements.

Owner Experience and Knowledge
The company is operated by Kyle Gibson who has a lifetime of experience in all aspects of the landscaping business. He is well known in the local community and will provide coordination between builders and all subcontractors. He has partnerships with the best subcontractors to implement additional features such as pools and spas and extensive relationships with vendors throughout the States and can obtain unique materials and products. Also, he has comprehensive knowledge about plants that will thrive in the Tri-Cities and the individual plant’s growth limits.

Virtual Landscape Designs
Professional landscaping architecture software is used to create landscape designs in a virtual world consisting of an image of the home and surrounding property. This powerful design technique allows clients to see the complete property design from multiple perspectives including two and three dimensional, as well as in an animated viewpoint.

Detailed and Itemized Job Estimate
As part of the bidding process, clients receive an individualized design consultation, a complete landscape plan tailored to their wants and needs, and a detailed break-down of all aspects of a project including plants, materials, labor, and itemized line items for all optional enhancements.

Family-Owned Basalt Rock Quarry
Access to the only local family-owned basalt rock quarry allows for unique rock selection, quicker delivery, and lower prices for rock boulders used to build retaining walls, water features, and create landscape accents. Also, additional varieties of rock are available or can be obtained from other areas in the Northwest.

Regulatory Compliance
When required for building large basalt or block retaining walls, Kyle works directly with the city planning department inspectors and geotechnical engineers to obtain permits and implement retaining wall designs that precisely comply with regulatory construction requirements.