ABOUT ARCHITERRA INC.: Leading Landscape Contractor
Founded in 1982, Architerra Inc. has provided landscape architecture, construction, and maintenance services to over one thousand homeowners, business people and allied professionals. Our staff of landscape architects, horticulturists and technicians offer many years of experience and a commitment to complete client satisfaction. Conveniently located in central Lake County, our three acre facility contains the design studio, contracting and growing areas and a demonstration garden for testing new materials and techniques.
Service: Prompt and courteous response to your needs is delivered by dedicated people who truly care about you and your landscape.
Craftsmanship: With many years of training and experience, our construction team brings an attention to detail and quality that sets new standards.
Complete Programs: From professional lawn care to pruning, spraying and seasonal flowers, your needs are efficiently managed in a yearly program.
Meet The Architerra Team
By entrusting the care of your landscape to us, you will gain unlimited access to our
In addition to being experienced, Architerra's staff is also certified by some of the
Thank You Architerra......
Our front yard is spectacular!- the new plantings are stunning- we are so pleased with the wonderful display- the entire Williamsburg neighborhood now has another "Artchiterra" beautiful front yard landscaping to admire.
Yea- and its ours!!!!!!!!
Tracey & Ron Lester:
I want to thank you both and your excellent teams, including Juan and Carlos today. It\'s the attention to detail, professionalism and the willingness to take the extra steps that set Architerra apart. Example: 1. Juan & Carlos take the time to listen to my wife\'s requests in my discussion with them during a quick walk-around. 2. Using manual hand hedge shears to prevent gas spillage and accidental damage to shrubs and bushes. 3. Attention to detail in your staff/teams\' yard work to ensure the highest quality result and appearance. 4. Tracey stopping by to do a quick overview and supervision to ensure our wishes are met. It\'s the simple stuff like that, that keeps customers coming back and proud to quickly offer Architerra\'s card to someone else. The change is staff is recognized in your quality this year. I thank you both and your entire staff for your kindness, professionalism and in lending a hand in helping us getting our home sold. I would gladly offer myself as a reference anytime.
Summer 2012: Troop 95 Eagle Scout Project
Architerra was my main contributor in my Eagle Scout Service Project. In my project, I designed and executed a plan to install new plants at the Brookfield Center for Senior Living in Vernon Hills. Mr. Lester enthusiastically helped me with picking the right kinds of plants to put, and also gave me the idea of putting in boulders in addition to the plants as a new element. He provided me with three sample plants that he gave me as an example. In addition, Architerra donated all the mulch and compost I needed while also providing the wheelbarrows and the transportation needed to deliver the mulch and compost to the site. Mr. Lester also willingly helped me figure out how to install the mulch, plants, and compost. He provided me with a source of expertise in gardening and landscaping, and his help and advice were great factors in the completion of my Eagle Project. I am very grateful to Mr. Lester and Architerra for their immense amount of help in my project.
Sincerely, Ron Chakrabarty
2012: July 4th Parade
ARCHITERRA CREATES AN ESTATE RETREAT FOR THE INFANT WELFARE SOCIETY
As a reminder of an era long past – the Coach House is a welcome retreat from the main estate. Upon arrival the Gazebo Garden accents the architecture of the building and provides a peaceful setting out of the hot summer sun. Stately urns filled with annual color and foliage and set among a bed of jovial spring violas flank the entrance of this garden. Clipped boxwood crescents soften the linear lines of the walk, hedge and entry drive.
The formal hedgerow of burning bush provides an allé that leads the visitor to the gazebo itself. The focal urn at the back of the gazebo draws the eye with its colorful plantings of springtime annuals.
The garden includes many of the existing plantings that have remained as part of the estate and coach house. The soft curves and spring colors welcome all who seek a refuge for relaxation.
Enjoy your time in the garden!
BOY SCOUT TROOP 44
Ron Lester of Architerra is invited to speak at Carmel High School
Ron talks to the students at Carmel High School about Architerra and their long committment to local communities.