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What Is A Landscape Design?
A landscape design is the culmination of all the steps listed below in most cases. For smaller projects, the information required is less involved than a larger project, however, we can not design a landscape without following these steps. The design or plan is the blueprint for the installation process.
Getting To Know You
The process begins with a discussion between our clients and our designer. We want to meet you, review your vision, identify your needs, and plan a solution for your home or business. This is a very important step in the process to ensure the project is successful.
Your immediate goals as well as plans for the future are key elements in crafting the landscape’s design. We can also need to find solutions for existing problems that need to be addressed in the design process such as drainage, inadequate lighting, or poor soil conditions.
We are not shy about asking questions …
Phase 1: Design
With the information garnered during our meeting, we begin the design process with your needs and desires driving the end result. We take extensive site measurements and pictures back to the office and begin to develop the plan for your site. We may make additional site visits to make sure we have achieved all of your goals. There is a fee for the design based on the complexity and size of the project.
The next step is for the designer to analyze the property and develop a base map. Depending on the project this may start with obtaining a plot plan. The house, existing vegetation, patios, driveways, and other site elements are measured and evaluated. Views both into and out of the property are considered. Digital photographs are taken to document existing site conditions.
Phase 2: Design Review
Phase 3: Proposal
A formal itemized proposal including pricing is then presented so you know exactly what each phase of the project will deliver and cost.
After the review of the concept plan revisions are made and a final plan is presented along with a proposal to complete the landscape project.
Phase 4: Installation
Phase 5: Maintenance
After a project is complete, we love the opportunity to maintain what we installed. Having been through the design process with you, we know the project’s vision and know how to maintain it accordingly.