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- December 18, 2020
There are contractors who we do business with and those who are truly family. Donald Sherbeyn, a three-time Hardscape Hero monthly winner and the 2016 Hardscape Hero of the Year,  exemplifies Eagle Bay values of hard work, environmental stewardship and providing excellent customer service. Celebrating 25 years in the business this year, Donald Sherbeyn of... View Article

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HARDSCAPE HERO: Wayne Long | Albemarle Walls & Pavers

  Winning has its perks–just ask Wayne Long of Albemarle Walls & Pavers. The two-time HARDSCAPE HERO, 2018 HARDSCAPE HERO of the YEAR and 2018 Anchor Wall of the Year winner secured his most recent winning project after the homeowner saw his feature in the Eagle Bay catalog. “The homeowners saw our project in the... View Article


HARDSCAPE HERO: Jeff Gray | Outdoor Visions by Jeff Gray

For the Grays, winning is a family tradition. Jeff Gray and son Jeffrey are no strangers to winning the HARDSCAPE HERO award, and Jeff also claims the title of 2017 HARDSCAPE HERO OF THE YEAR. Their latest winning project shows the same exemplary craftsmanship and skilled design that continues to wow their clients and win... View Article


HARDSCAPE HERO: Eric Beaune | Beaune Brothers Landscaping

A properly designed outdoor living space can completely change the personality and atmosphere of a home. First time HARDSCAPE HERO winner, Eric Beaune of Beaune Brothers Landscaping, recently helped his client transform the backyard of an Airbnb property into a beautiful and functional space. Thanks to Beaune’s design expertise, the new outdoor living space not... View Article


HARDSCAPE HERO: Patrick McGrath | Virginia Beach Patios

It’s rare to be met with a “job well done” before starting a project. But that’s exactly what happened for Virginia Beach Patios’ Patrick McGrath on his most recent winning project– his third career HARDSCAPE HERO victory. “We’ve been putting a lot of effort into our social media presence since about 2018, and it’s actually... View Article


HARDSCAPE HERO: Eric Ellington | Glen Allen Grounds

Faced with the challenge of changing grades and embedded anchor points, Eric Ellington of Glen Allen Grounds used his expert design skills to create a beautiful outdoor living space. This project is the 2019 HARDSCAPE HERO of the YEAR’s first HARDSCAPE HERO win of 2020. “We started the project after a business partner introduced us... View Article


HARDSCAPE HERO: Scott Prunty of Solid Structures

April’s HARDSCAPE HERO winner, Scott Prunty of Solid Structures, shows that perseverance is the name of the game when it comes to completing complex projects. This is his second winning project and one that took almost a year and a half to complete due to zoning regulations.   “The project was interesting for a few... View Article


HARDSCAPE HERO: Kenny Oriole, Oriole Landscaping LLC

It’s true that you can’t judge a book by its cover, and in many cases, you can’t judge an outdoor living space by its surface. March’s HARDSCAPE HERO winner, Kenny Oriole of Oriole Landscaping, LLC, installed a beautiful outdoor living space after completely reshaping the homeowner’s backyard to accommodate the installation. “The space was essentially... View Article


HARDSCAPE HERO: Ellis Wiltshire; Rock Creek Innovations

Three-time HARDSCAPE HERO winner Ellis Wiltshire of Rock Creek Innovations is no stranger to challenging projects. He is a master at enhancing landscapes, turning them into functional outdoor living spaces. With his most recent winning project, located near Lake Anna, Virginia, Wiltshire took a nearly unusable yard and transformed it into a relaxing and functional... View Article


HARDSCAPE HERO: Lonny Arter, Denison Landscaping

Congratulations to the first HARDSCAPE HERO of 2020, Lonny Arter of Denison Landscaping! While HARDSCAPE HERO winning projects come in all shapes and sizes, it takes a unique and admirable level of skill, technical proficiency and project management to execute one of this size. “We’ve completed commercial projects that were obviously much larger than this... View Article