What to Expect from Professional Landscape Design?

Whether your home is brand new, recently renovated or well-matured, having a well-laid plan for your landscaping project makes good sense. If you’re not sure what to do next or how to get started, consulting with a professional landscape designer like Earthworm Landscape Design Co. can help you get all of those ideas into a clear plan for creating the landscape of your dreams.

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What to expect when hiring a landscape designer?

Contacting the landscape designer: Earthworm Landscape Design Co. offers professional landscape design and landscape architecture services in Edmonton. When you contact them about starting your landscape design plan, you’ll receive a simple questionnaire via email to help you organize and trigger ideas and discussions before you meet with one of their designers.

Appointment with a landscape designer: When the designer arrives at your home, they’ll show you some pictures of other landscape projects to help give you some ideas of what you like and don’t like while they inspect your yard. They will measure existing features like decks, sheds, trees, and your neighbour’s items. They will also ask you to provide your Real Property Report so they have all the vital information about your property including property lines, utility right of ways or to see if there are restrictive covenants listed on your property before beginning. Having this document will help facilitate the drawing process and ensure your landscape design is compliant with building codes and that all permits and inspections are acquired.

The base plan gets drawn: The initial plan for your landscape design will be drawn on a large sheet of grid paper during your appointment with the landscape designer. This drawling will be to scale with your outdoor space and will help calculate rough quantities of materials and placement of items that will be needed during the landscape construction process.

You’ll be guided through the design process: This is the fun part! Reviewing your questionnaire, notes and any pictures you might have the landscape designer will guide you through the plan showing you every aspect of your potential new design. This includes going through items like driveways, pathways, gates, fencing, sitting spaces, retaining walls, water features, hot tubs or pools, fire pits, flower beds and more! By the end of the appointment you’ll even know all the types and colours of plants and flowers that will be included in your design too.

You will get the landscape design plan: The landscape designer will leave you the plan so you can copy it, make changes is necessary and proceed with the process of construction and installation of your project. Make copies and don’t lend out the original, you don’t want to lose the blueprints for your newly enhanced outdoor space.

You start getting quotes for the landscape installation: Earthworm Landscape Design Co. is a design company and does not offer landscape construction or installation services. They will recommend a list of Edmonton landscapers for you to call for quotes and suggest that you get at least two price quotes for your project. You can also find the trustworthy landscapers near Edmonton on RenovationFind.com.

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Earthworm Landscape Design Co. is the company that helps you to move forward with your landscape ideas with confidence and excitement. No more spinning your wheels wondering what to do. They are a team of experienced landscape designers who can fit everything together in a pleasing arrangement while understanding practically how things are built and what it takes to maintain the project after installation. We work for you one on one at your home to create a hand drawn custom design that expresses your vision completely.

Start building your dream yard. Contact Earthworm Landscape Design Co. today!

 

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