Featured in Green Industry Pros magazine

2015 Landscaping Hidden Gem

National landscaping industry publication Green Industry Pros recently featured us as a “Landscape Industry Hidden Gem” for 2015. See the cover below.     Only 20 companies throughout the nation made the list for “outpacing industry growth by focusing on unique business tactics, standing out from the competition, and leading the charge on environmental stewardship.” […]

4 Benefits of an Automatic Irrigation System

Seabeck irrigation

Many homeowners relish the idea of reducing the time it takes to maintain their landscape, and an automatic irrigation system can definitely help in this endeavor. One of the most time-consuming aspects of maintaining a healthy landscape is having to water it by hand. What starts out as a pleasurable outdoor task can quickly begin to feel […]

Happy Holidays!

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Happy holidays from all of us at Northwest Construction & Landscape, LLC. What a great year it’s been! Thank you to our clients, vendors and everyone who supports us. We will be closed from December 24th and opening in the new year on Monday, January 4th. Wishing you peace, joy and all the best that […]

To Rake, or Not to Rake?

leaf cleanup

There’s a great leaf debate happening. One side says that fallen leaves left alone become important habitat for butterflies, salamanders, earthworms and other creatures that are important to our ecosystem. The other side makes the case that matted leaves shade and kill lawns and ground covers, and rot perennial plants. So which side is right? […]

5 Plants for a Low Maintenance Landscape

plants for a low maintenance landscape

A “low maintenance landscape” is one of the most common requests we receive from prospective landscaping clients. You’ve likely heard the term, though may wonder what exactly a low maintenance landscape is. Generally speaking, the goal is to reduce landscape maintenance time and costs. Though keep in mind, all landscapes will require some sort of maintenance, and if […]

Testimonial for Landscaping

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Nothing makes us happier than receiving a thank you note like this one, from landscaping clients in Silverdale. Thank you for your business, Nina & Thomas! — Thanks for reading our blog. Northwest Construction & Landscape, LLC is a Kitsap County landscaping company that offers landscaping, decorative concrete and lawn maintenance services to homes and businesses […]

LID Certification


Congratulations to Colby for completing Low Impact Development (LID) training and receiving this certificate from WSU! The WSU Extension Low Impact Development (LID) Certificate program is the first LID certificate program of its kind in Washington State. The certificate indicates that Colby has received the latest design concepts for LID practices; has a level of […]

3 Durable Retaining Wall Materials

landscape retaining wall

There are many retaining wall materials on the market and the material you choose to construct yours will affect its durability, longevity and appearance. While some retaining walls are installed purely for decorative purposes, most play an important role in the landscape by preventing soil from moving or eroding. Careful consideration is advised when selecting your […]

3-Column Water Feature

3-column water feature in Poulsbo

This 3-column water feature we constructed in Poulsbo is comprised of varying heights of columnar basalt. This elegant addition beautifully complements an already mature landscape. Turn up your sound and enjoy! — Thanks for reading our blog.  Northwest Construction & Landscape, LLC is a Kitsap County landscaping company that offers landscaping, decorative concrete and lawn maintenance services to homes and businesses […]

Lawn Renovation in Silverdale

topdressing lawn with compost

In late June we completed a lawn renovation and landscape clean-up for clients in Silverdale. Mom and Dad both work full-time, and the whole family is active in community theatre. With little free time to spare, the lawn was neglected, shrubs had overgrown, weeds had taken over the beds, and the irrigation system needed repairs. […]

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