For many, coming up with an ideal landscape design for your home or business can be daunting. You likely have an idea about what you want, but it may be difficult to put into words, let alone down on paper. A great start to developing a landscape design is asking yourself a few basic questions:
What is my budget?
What elements of my current landscape would I like to keep and eliminate?
What kind of materials do I want incorporated into my design?
What do I want my landscape to say or convey?
What examples would I like to emulate?
What kind of an impression do I want my landscape to make?
Will I continue to love what I’ve decided on for years to come?
If planting a relatively large area, hydroseeding can be completed in a very short period of time. It can be very effective for hillsides and sloping lawns to help with erosion control and quick planting. Hydroseeding will typically cost less than planting with sod, but more than broadcast seeding. Results are often quick with high germination rates producing grass growth in about a week and mowing maintenance beginning around 3 to 4 weeks from the date of application. Fiber mulch accelerates the growing process by maintaining moisture around the seeds thereby increasing the rate of germination.
Drainage correction is a vitally important repair when you have serious water issues. Poor drainage will allow excess water to accumulate in the area and cause the ground to expand and heave against the foundation. This uneven shifting of the ground will fracture your foundation and cause damage to the infrastructure of your home. Signs of damage will be cracks in your walls and ceilings, and doors and windows that no longer function properly. We can help!