Value by Landscape Design
Proper planning prevents poor performance. You don’t have to live very long in this life to know how true this statement is in many applications. Landscaping is no exception. For any significant landscape project, a well-planned design will provide much more in benefits than its cost. Here are just a few benefits that come with a thoughtfully designed landscape plan:
Functionality of outdoor space. Landscaping can serve a much greater purpose than simple good looks. Outdoor spaces become the place to be for gatherings of friends and family. Graduation parties, bridal and baby showers, and birthday parties are just a few occasions where the crowds may be better suited outdoors. And if the budget allows for it, some popular focal points for outdoor spaces include fire pits, water features, hot tubs, gazebos, and outdoor kitchens. With a little planning, you can gain much more than good looks.
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Prevention of rework or future changes. An accurate design also prevents costly mistakes. Professional landscape designers and architects will be able to mitigate issues like water runoff, drainage, and erosion while putting pieces in place for irrigation or electrical requirements that may be installed after the initial landscape is completed.
An accurate proposal of investment. Peace of mind also comes with a design. Landscapers can estimate the cost of a project, but an estimate without a plan leaves a hazy assurance about the end result. And, if budgets are tight, a full-yard, comprehensive plan can be carried out in prioritized phases.
Visual appeal. Every homeowner wants to feel good about the home they live in. A good design rewards the homeowner visually as they pull into their driveway and as they look out their windows. Plantings and other features can be strategically placed for aesthetics and also to block the view of anything unpleasant.
Other benefits gained by using a landscape design include lowering noise levels, lowering heating and cooling needs, reducing the usage of chemicals on the property, increasing the value and selling time of the property, reducing crime, and optimizing the use of land and outdoor space.