Every great landscaping project starts with a design and plan. Sometimes you have inspiration and know what you want. Sometimes you just know things need to change but need some help pulling a plan together. So whether you have plans or need help with plans, we will make your goals our goals.
We will first lay out a plan and complete the design of your landscape before we start moving ground or vegetation. This is a collaboration with between you and our team. Pick and choose what you want with expert guidance and insight.
Our Memphis landscapers give you all the confidence you need to know your landscape will be beautiful and worth bragging about. That's what we want - a landscape you're proud of and others will admire. When you hire professional Memphis landscapers, you're getting the confidence you need, instead of hiring a random fellow who offered you the cheapest price.
Some lawns don't drain properly. Some vegetation doesn't fit. Whatever problem you're experiencing, we'll tackle it within the scope of the landscaping project. Not only will you have something beautiful to show off, but we'll solve drainage problems so you don't experience headaches.
Let's be honest - most contractors don't communicate well. Once a project is signed off on, you may not hear much beyond the first day of the project. That's not right. One of our promises is to communicate with you throughout the entire process. We will provide progress updates and let you know how your landscape is progressing. Sure, you could hire other Memphis landscapers, but we promise to not only deliver something beautiful - we also promise to communicate with you because you deserve it.
A: Depending on the complexity of the project, most landscape designs can be completed within one to two weeks. Once all designs are approved, we will schedule the landscaping work and our crews will begin to work.
A: To get an accurate estimation we really need all of the details, which is why we encourage our free consultation as the starting point. This allows us to collect everything we need to understand your landscape needs and the extent of the project. Then we can provide a proposal that is accurate. Some Memphis landscapers might provide a quick estimation over the phone, but it's not an accurate price you can expect to pay (which sets incorrect expectations).
A: This really depends on the amount of work you need. Our crews require a minimum amount of work per project - if we can split a large project into a few phases then we will work with you to make it happen. However, smaller projects cannot be split into phases. Please ask our Memphis landscapers about this during your consultation if you need to split into phases and we will try our best to accomodate you.
Obviously cost is one of the most important factors when you’re trying to rework or completely redo your landscape. So let’s cut to the chase:
The cost of a landscaping project is based on so many factors, but let’s take a moment to outline a few of those factors. The size of your project is a major determining factor cost - for example, 1 acre of sod is much more than .25 acre. Also, the quality of materials determines the cost, such has a higher-quality sod for your landscape.
If we’re just adding new sod and additional vegetation, then your project will be a smaller scale than fixing drainage problems, installing sod, installing an irrigation system and adding vegetation. You see, a project can easily grow in scale and thus in cost.
There are actually three major terms when it comes to those working in landscaping: landscape architects, landscape designers, and landscape contractors. Let’s take a look at each of those here:
-Landscape architect: an architect focuses on the planning and design of public and private spaces, although most landscape architects don’t work on residential projects unless they are very high dollar. Most landscape architects work on city plans, commercial properties, parks, areas of recreation, etc. Since you’re looking for a local landscaper to update the landscape of your residence, you’re not looking for a landscape architect.
-Landscape designer: a designer integrates design within hard and softscapes of a landscape and has a background in horticulture. Landscape designers know which plants to use in our Memphis regions and can specifically tailor your landscape design based on the vegetation you want and need, and environmental factors. You’re looking for a landscape designer who can help you make the right selections and bring a dream or idea to life.
-Landscape contractor(s): this is the team responsible for implementing the design. They do the heavy lifting, building and maintaining of a landscape. There are many landscape contractors out there, but there are few that have a designer on staff and begin with a professional design.
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