Heroscaping

“This is a wonderful and very fitting tribute to those who have made the ultimate sacrifices.”

Since 2011, EP Henry has been there for our veterans. Through the HeroScaping program, EP Henry donates products to help build and restore memorials, monuments, and residential products for our returning soldiers. In addition, for every EP Henry Lifetime Warranty submitted, EP Henry makes a HeroScaping contribution in your name to the National Military Family Association or Fisher House organizations.

These programs are not possible without the volunteers that help make them happen. Click the link below to apply for a HeroScaping project.

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Heroscaping Gallery

Absecon NJ 9-11 Memorial | 2016

The memorial features two 19-foot aluminum towers to symbolize the World Trade Center, with the steel beam recovered from the wreckage of 9/11 displayed before it. Five plaques serve as the base of flag poles that display the American and the New Jersey flags, as well as the New York, Virginia and Pennsylvania where nearly 3,000 people died during the terrorist attack.

Monument in Richmond Virginia | 2016

The memorial was moved from Festival Park near the Richmond Coliseum to Byrd Park on June 24. In addition to the statue, the memorial features a plaque listing the names of the 28 Richmond police officers killed in the line of duty from 1863 to 2003. It was created by artist Maria Kirby-Smith and dedicated May 16, 1987.

Audubon 9-11 Memorial | 2016

Dedicated to the first responders, survivors and lost lives, this beautiful memorial resides in Audubon, NJ on Merchant Street.

Mine Hill Veterans’ Memorial Park | 2015

The Mine Hill Veterans Memorial Park consists of a World War II monument, Vietnam War monument, a Korean War monument, and three first responder monuments for the Mine Hill Fire Department, Wharton Police Department, and Mine Hill First Aid Squad.

Mantua Township 9-11 Memorial | 2015

EP Henry was honored to attend Mantua Township’s Patriot Day ceremony on September 11th 2015 to witness the unveiling of the new Pentagon monument to their 9-11 Memorial, “Place of Reflection”. Contributors to the Mantua’s 9-11 Memorial include: EP Henry, Colonial Landscaping, Proof Production and Deans Evergreens.

Veterans Memorial Project – Sicklerville, NJ | 2015

Atop the highest hill overlooking the park and with a tree line as a backdrop, the new Gloucester Township Veterans Memorial has seven flags that fly over a curved brick wall a few feet high and more than 20 feet long.

“This installment reinforces the pride that we have in Gloucester Township by honoring those who have served our country with honor and distinction,” township Mayor David Mayer said.

Adorning the wall are the emblems of the Army, Navy, Air Force, Marines, Coast Guard and Merchant Marines. Their respective flags fly above them with the U.S. flag in the center. An eagle anchors the right side of the wall and on the left a symbol of sacrifice called the Fallen Soldier or Battlefield Cross — an empty helmet atop the stock end of a rifle whose barrel is pointing down inside a pair of combat boots.

Wounded Veteran Patio Donation – Tyrone, PA | 2015

Under the leadership of instructor Joe Luther, the students of CPI wanted to give back. Mr. Corey Mills served and fought for our country and was very deserving of a place he could relax and enjoy with his family. As the winner at a Pennsylvania Landscaping competition the students of CPI, along with generous sponsors, awarded Mr. Mills the patio of his dreams.

The HeroScaping program salutes Mr. Mills for his service, and our fellow sponsors for their kind contributions. For without them, this project could not have happened.

Tim from Clearwater Swimming Pool Co. Inc., CJ from Green Horizon Landscape, Abbie from Builders Association of Central PA, Mark(Stretch) from Bricks and Stones Supply – Boalsburg. Everyone at Central Pennsylvania Institute of Science and Technology who helped transport students and gave them the opportunity to do this amazing project. These students worked very hard from the design to the install, and will surely be a project that they remember.

Philadelphia Vietnam Veterans Memorial | 2014

West Deptford Middle School | 2015

When Eagle Scout Candidate Sean Kelly had to complete a service project to complete his rank, he went back to middle school. This former student of West Deptford Middle School always knew that the school garden could be so much more than it was. Wanting to create a place to relax, study, and educate students, Kelly decided upon a total transformation of the space. His plan includes butterfly and herb gardens, patio pavers and new garden beds.

Determined to see this through for his middle school, Kelly researched resources, had plans drawn up, and typed letters to send out to local companies for donations. EP Henry responded through its HeroScaping® program and worked with Kelly do have 600 square feet of their Historic Brickstone dropped off at his middle school alma mater on April 23, 2015.

Community volunteers and West Deptford Troop 295 members are joined forces to make this special garden for the students. These after photos show just how this once unusable courtyard has been transformed into a lovely outdoor garden for the children.

Gun 23 – Johnstown, PA | 2015

On April 9, 2015 concerned citizens of Johnstown, Pennsylavania gathered to honor two fallen heroes, CW3 Ruffner and CW2 Yoder, ‘Gun 23” who were both killed in action in 2013 in Nangarhar Province, Afghanistan. The citizens of Johnstown worked together to recruit volunteers and rally the resources needed to construct the memorial located at the 1-104th Attack Reconnaissance Battalion Headquarters, Army Aviation Support Facility #2, Johnstown, Pennsylvania.

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SPECIAL THANKS TO:

HeroScaper, Frank DiLoreto and the employees of DiLoreto Landscaping who donated their expertise and labor to help construct this memorial.

Slovikosky Stone & Mulch LLC for their contribution of labor and supplies needed.
Hindman Funeral Home, who aided in the design, production and import of the granite.
Icon Bronze, especially Bob Talbot, for the design and manufacture of the Bronze Soldiers Cross Statue.

Rob Daniels from EP Henry who facilitated the hardscaping material donation through the HeroScaping program.

VFW Post 2833 – Eagle Scout Project | 2014

Bucks County Global War on Terrorism | 2014

Sponsored by Doylestown Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 175, the memorial will honor the lives of the Armed Forces lost in the war on terrorism. EP Henry is donating all of the Hardscaping™ products through its HeroScaping program, the company’s Active Military and Veterans Donation Program.

NJ Vietnam Veterans Huey Helicopter Memorial | 2014

On Wednesday, May 7, the New Jersey Vietnam Veterans’ Memorial Foundation unveiled its newly constructed Huey Helicopter Plaza, the latest EP Henry HeroScaping project, during the annual New Jersey Vietnam Veterans Remembrance Day ceremony. The ceremony honored the more than 200,000 New Jersey residents who served during the war. The Huey, which served two tours in Vietnam, will be a lasting tribute to the veterans who served during the Vietnam Era.

SSG Sean Flannery Memorial | 2013

The SSG Sean M. Flannery Memorial was built in honor of Army Staff Sgt. Sean Flannery, a Wyomissing native killed while trying to save a fellow soldier in Afghanistan. Built at Wyomissing High School’s soccer field, where Flannery spent much of his high school days, the Hardscaping was donated by EP Henry. This spring, along with EP Henry Authorized Hardscaping Contractor, Anewalt’s Landscape, EP Henry contributed to the sprucing up of the memorial with mulch, plantings and more.

Fallen Fire Fighters and First Responders Memorial | 2013

The Eagle Fire Company Fallen Firefighters and First Responders Memorial consists of two columnar trees that represent the twin towers. The trees and a steel girder from the towers will be illuminated at night and will point to the exact direction of lower Manhattan. Inscriptions on the girder will honor the number of firefighters, first responders and volunteers that perished in the line of duty on 9/11. EP Henry donated pavers and Professional Landscape Services provided all of the plant material, stone, mulch, supplies and labor for the installation.

Fallen Heroes Memorial | 2013

A number of major sponsors donated materials and services to build the “Fallen Heroes” memorial for the Indian Mills Fire Company in Shamong, NJ. EP Henry in Woodbury donated pavers and wall blocks to build the foundation. Superior Landscape and Lawn Care in Shamong provided labor to install the pavers. Beechwood Construction, Landscape and Architecture in Southampton desiged the memorial. Sharpless Surfaces and Surroundings dug the footings and installed the irrigation system.

Rowan University 9-11 Memorial | 2012

Photos of the 9/11 Memorial at Rowan University. EP Henry donated materials to help build the project.

Air Advisor Memorial | 2012

EP Henry donated Hardscaping® materials for the construction of a memorial at Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst honoring nine members of the NATO Air Training Command who were killed in action on April 27, 2011 while mentoring members of the Afghan Air Force. Each of the nine soldiers trained at the Air Advisor Academy. The memorial, which is the nation’s first to honor fallen air advisors, broke ground on April 9, 2012 and was dedicated on July 27, 2012.

Williamstown Fire Company No. 1 Memorial | 2012

EP Henry was presented with an Appreciation Plaque for their involvement with the Williamstown Fire Co. #1 Firemens Memorial.

Brooklawn 9-11 Memorial and Monument of the Delaware Valley | 2012

The first HeroScaping project for EP Henry, this monument was constructed by volunteer firemen and police of Brooklawn, NJ alongside EP Henry’s Quality Assurance team. This memorial honors the police and fireman lost in the 9-11 tragedy. Constructed in the shape of the Pentagon, the memorial contains a beam from the World Trade Tower, a block from the Pentagon wall and soil from Shanksville, PA.