Thinking of planning a spring landscape renovation? Enjoy these simple tips and tricks that will reduce stress and save money!

Landscape Design

When planning a substantial landscape renovation, the right time to plan is now and the best way to start is with a landscape design! The truth is, taking the time to properly plan and design your project is the only way to ensure your desired outcome. The design phase not only determines the clients needs, but doubles as an enjoyable way to establish aesthetic, functional, and horticultural elements through 3D drawings and renderings.

Tips & Tricks:

Choose the right landscaper for you

Looking to install a new landscape by spring or summer? No need to wait, start off with an initial design consultation to find the right landscaper for you. This is important as you may be spending the next several months designing, planning and implementing your new renovation with the same team. Choose a company with the credentials, professionalism and quality customer service that you deserve. Click here for our checklist on considering a contractor.

Plan a season ahead of time

Lending enough time to revise the design will lean in your favour and ultimately save you money. Through the design process we can visualize the final project and set realistic expectations for everyone involved. It is important to remember that there is a slight lag time in between the design and implementation phase. So, planning ahead will ensure your outdoor living space is ready for that summer BBQ or special garden party you were planning!

Have fun!

Don’t forget, building a new landscape is fun and exciting, and we are here to help you in every way possible. Through ensuring enough time along the way, building your plan from start to finish will be enjoyable and as stress free as possible. So let’s get started!

Call now for a free consultation with one of our designers at 604.359.2359 or click below to request a free quote.

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