Hello, I’m Gregg Sawyer, founder of Sawyer Waterscaping. We are a water feature installation company in Cheyenne, Wyoming run by my father Ron Sawyer, my mother Jeanne Sawyer, and my wife Anya Sawyer. We install and maintain natural waterscapes in Southeastern Wyoming, Northern Colorado, and Western Nebraska.
How to Relax and Enjoy Life
Are you frustrated with your backyard? Are you looking for a peaceful and relaxing place to enjoy down time right out your back patio?
If so, then you are in the right place.
This is our speciality. With over 20 years of experience we have a knack for turning a pile of rocks into a natural oasis.
Three Reasons Why Waterscapes are so Popular
1. Water gardens provide a serene and relaxing environment.
2. They are the single most rewarding feature you can add to your property.
3. They are self-sustaining & require very little maintenance.
To combine a keen respect for the environment with a commitment to excellence to produce top quality water features which will be enjoyed by generations to come.
Gregg Sawyer is an artist! His work is high quality and delivers far more than he promises. We are so fortunate to have him in Cheyenne!
We love our new water feature, it is absolutely beautiful. It takes a special skill to create such a natural looking waterfall in someone's backyard. Greg and his crew did an amazing job!
Gregg Sawyer and his crew are the hardest worker's. We have had 2 water features done over the past 11 yrs and just had one refurbished last week and I couldn't explain how happy we are. Greg has always done amazing work and goes up and beyond to make sure sure everyone's happy. Greg and the Sawyer crew. Thank you again for everything. I'm sure will see you again soon. Keep up the good work.
The Sawyer Story
Our story starts back in 1988, in our backyard in Cheyenne WY. The summer before my 6th grade year. We had just purchased a brand new home and the backyard was a sloping hill of dirt!
Luckily my father Ron was a teacher and we had the summers off to attend to our blowing dirt problem.
The original plan was to install sod and a sprinkler system. With our backyard measurements in hand, we headed over to Sutherlands to get the irrigation parts we needed. As we walked into the garden section, I became fascinated by a little plastic pond with a bubbling fountain. To this day, I can remember exactly what the setup looked like.
Along with my persistence and the lack of knowledge on what we exactly needed for a complete irrigation system, my dad agreed to buying me my first pond!
For the first time up to that point in my life, I was truly excited for some manual labor ;)….digging my first pond!
That one pond turned into a summer hobby of tweaking existing ponds and building new ones. After ten years of experimenting and a backyard full of ponds, eight to be exact, we had gained enough experience to build ponds for other people.
It was a hobby that gained so much attention and admiration from others that in 1999, I decided to give it a go and to start a pond building business. I graduated from the University of Wyoming that Spring and had just received a job at McCormick Jr. High School as a Science teacher.
Having the summers off would serve to be an ideal business.
With my brother Dan also following in Ron’s footsteps and becoming a teacher, we all three had the summers to build ponds. This truly is the epitome of a family business. Ron retired from teaching in 2006 and continues to drive truck for us in the summer months. My mom, Jeanne retired from the State of Wyoming in 2010 and has since been a very important part of what we do. She along with my wife Anya take care of the office work.
2018 Best Waterfall - Pond Trade Magazine
Winner — Best Waterfall | Sawyer Waterscaping
Gregg Sawyer is the founder and owner of Sawyer Waterscaping LLC in Cheyenne, Wyoming. As a 12-year-old, Gregg built his first pond in 1988 with the help of his father, Ron, in their backyard. That summer sparked a passion of designing and building natural waterscapes. Gregg graduated from the University of Wyoming in 1999 with a biology degree. He teaches science and builds water features during the summer.