Engledow Estates Leads the Way in Concrete Paver Certifications

Left to right: Donny Duke, Gavin Working, Maximiliano Islas, and Mike Waltz proudly display certificates earned from the Interlocking Concrete Pavement Institute (ICPI).

WESTFIELD, IN—Engledow Estates, Central Indiana’s premier residential landscaping company and a division of Engledow Group, has earned several designations through the Interlocking Concrete Pavement Institute (ICPI) related to the installation of hardscapes. Designations include Design and Sales Coordinator Donny Duke becoming a certified residential paver technician and several other Estates employees becoming certified concrete paver installers. Duke also earned a certification from the National Concrete Masonry Association (NCMA) for the installation of segmental retaining walls.

With these new certifications, Litchfield has become one of the best landscape firms around for designing and installing patios, walkways, driveways, retaining walls, and other hardscape elements. These certifications have also allowed Engledow Estates to become an authorized contractor for Unilock, a paver manufacturer known for their superior quality, unrivaled innovation, and lifetime guarantee.

To earn these achievements, Litchfield employees went through coursework, examinations, and completed a minimum of 10,000 square feet of paver installation on multiple residential job sites. Duke has completed more than 75,000 square feet of paver installation to certify his residential paver technician designation.

“These certifications signal to current and new customers that Engledow Estates is the best choice around when it comes to designing and installing the perfect backyard getaway,” said president, Jim Engledow. “Having these distinguished certifications reassures customers of our capabilities when it comes to landscape design and installation and of our commitment to excellence.”

Engledow Estates will further reassure customers with an industry best workmanship warranty for 10 years on interlocking concrete paver projects and segmented retaining walls.

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