How Much Will It Cost To Landscape My Property?
It’s difficult to give an exact answer for this before meeting with you, because the price varies based on the schedule we set, your property size and the range of services you select.
HomeAdvisor.com released data showing that, in recent years, homeowners spent around $1000 – $3000 on landscaping installation services for the year. You may end up paying more or less depending on your situation — so schedule a free landscaping consultation with us today to figure out the best deal for you.
Why hire a Pro?
A professional landscape designer translates dreams into reality using design education, advanced horticultural knowledge, graphic and drafting skills, and hands-on experience.
After listening to the client’s ideas and priorities and analyzing the site’s character, the designer creates a plan that allows others to visualize the new landscape and provides clear instructions for the contractor.
Installing a new landscape without a plan may result in disappointment if the end results don’t match your expectations. It can also lead to higher installation costs due to change orders, modifications, and rework.
The Narrow Lane has an exceptional staff of designers and project managers committed to developing a lasting relationship with you to ensure that your landscape meets your highest expectations.
What Are “Hardscape” And “Softscape” Designs?
Hardscape refers to the fixed, long-lasting structures installed on your property, and this generally includes walkways and driveways, patios, decks and ornamental stone structures.
Softscape design includes the more transient design elements, including floral designs, trees, hedges and other plant life.
Will Landscaping Increase The Resale Value Of My Home?
While a number of factors will influence the decision of potential buyers, they will certainly look to your lawn for an indication of how well you have taken care of the property, and any attractive additions will add an undeniable appeal that may set you apart from other homes.
What is the difference between landscape designer and landscape architect?
Landscape architecture involves the planning, design, management, and nurturing of the built and natural environments. With their unique skill set, landscape architects work to improve human and environmental health in all communities. They plan and design parks, campuses, streetscapes, trails, plazas, residences, and other projects that strengthen communities.
Landscape designers may provide design ideas, landscape plans, planting plans and lighting plans. Some also offer installation-related services such as material selection or plant placement.
The primary distinction between landscape architects and landscape designers is that designers usually work on smaller residential projects. While some landscape designers may have training equivalent to a landscape architect―especially if they have an undergraduate-or-higher degree in landscape architecture ―they do not have the state license, which is a requirement.