By Cornerstone Administrator on May 07, 2013. Comments (0)The National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System, or NPDES, is a permit program sanctioned by the federal Clean Water Act in order to decrease the amount of polluted storm water runoff
By Cornerstone Administrator on Apr 25, 2013. Comments (0)There are thousands of storm water ponds throughout Florida. These are large ponds constructed during new residential development to collect excess rainwater and protect the nearby homes against flooding.
By Cornerstone Administrator on Apr 16, 2013. Comments (0)We are pleased to announce that effective January 1, 2013 Cornerstone Tree Farm, Inc. and Cornerstone Hardscapes, Inc. is under new ownership and will begin conducting business as Tree Farm 2, Inc. and Hardscapes 2, Inc. DBA Cornerstone Solutions Group.
By Cornerstone Administrator on Nov 14, 2012. Comments (0)Kids “R” Kids School of Quality Learning Orlando, Florida Site Development & Construction of 18,780 SQ. FT. Child Care Facility
By Cornerstone Administrator on Nov 13, 2012. Comments (0)The Design Center of Cornerstone Solutions Group is a licensed, highly specialized group of design professionals offering all aspects of landscape architecture, hardscape design and construction detailing.
By Cornerstone Administrator on Nov 13, 2012. Comments (0)A lush thick lawn not only appears well-maintained but is a healthy lawn. Increasing your properties value by adding curb appeal looks good and is a big part of maintaining
By Cornerstone Administrator on Nov 01, 2012. Comments (0)Materials that are used to create a sidewalk or driveway can consist of materials that included concrete, stone and even brick. Over time this material can collect dirt and grime that will make the surface look old or faded.
By Cornerstone Administrator on Oct 30, 2012. Comments (0)The purpose of a retaining wall is to provide extra support to stop soil movement caused by erosion.
By Cornerstone Administrator on Oct 23, 2012. Comments (0)The summer blossoms are fading and the evenings are going to start getting cooler. Fall is fast on the heels of summer, and you’ll need to update your landscape to include plants that bloom during the fall
By Cornerstone Administrator on Oct 11, 2012. Comments (0)The ideal Florida-Friendly Yard — the smart way to grow — should boast natural beauty that reflects the native landscapes of our state.