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Your home is likely your most valuable asset. To keep it in peak condition, you’ll need to work with trusted specialists capable of completing leading-quality maintenance work. Professional residential landscape design work is now an important consideration for safeguarding the value of property. To help ensure you achieve a full return for your investment in residential landscape design, we’re highlighting five steps for success in this latest post.

  1. Carefully Select an Experienced Contractor

The contractor hired for the residential landscape design work should have significant experience throughout the marketplace. They should be able to show how they’ve helped past clients improve their properties and achieve a real return on investment. Make sure you meet with representatives of your chosen contractor before the work begins, and have them answer your questions to show how they propose to redesign the area.

  1. residential landscape designDevelop the Design Alongside the Contractor

Next, the contractor will devise their design based on your requirements and budget. In working with the design specialist at this stage, ensure that each element of the design matches your needs. One mistake homeowners make is waiting until the last minute to change an aspect of the landscape design. This can lead to project delays and may end up costing you more money further down the line.

  1. Ensure Paperwork Includes Details on Timeline

Homeowners also make mistakes in completing the paperwork for their residential landscape project. If you’re looking to have the work completed by a specific time and under a specific budget, this information should be included within the paperwork signed by both you and your contractor. Only then will you have legal recourse if you run into project issues as the work is being completed. This also allows for transparency and open communication during the build process should any delays be encountered.

  1. Communicate with the Design Team Throughout

During the project, make sure you’re getting updates from the designers on a regular basis. Discuss with them the progress they’re making and any challenges they’re facing within their work. Review their work alongside your pre-project objectives to ensure that the process is moving in the right direction. This will give you the opportunity to address any issues and ensure the work team is on track toward completing the design work.

  1. Conduct a Final Walk-Through

Once the landscaping work has been completed, make sure that staff conduct a final walk-through of the company’s completed work. This will ensure that any small final details can be addressed and you can sign off on the project. Conduct a final meeting with the contractor to make sure their work has been completed according to your requirements.

Our team here at Brian-Kyles is committed to refined landscape design for our residential clients. To learn more on our working process, contact us now at 844-737-4646.

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  • Kenneth Gladman April 10 2017

    I like that you mentioned making sure the company uses dates on their paperwork. You want to ensure that your project gets done in a timely manner. There is nothing more frustrating than having it dragged out.

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