If you want somewhere you can relax, there is no better option than an exquisite patio area. These spaces are perfect for BBQs or just chilling out in your garden. When you trust our team, we can help you create a stunning outdoor space where you and your family can unwind.

 

we have all the skills to transform your garden Your garden should be a communal area where you and your loved ones relax
from walkway’s to steps to an elegant patio that you will call home!

Plenty of moving around room!

 

Patios and decks are perfect spaces for outdoor entertaining.

Plan for enough room to accommodate dining and mingling. Consider how many guests you’re likely to host regularly and then plan on at least 4 square feet of space per person. Outdoor dining means outdoor furniture, so try to leave a 3- foot-wide perimeter of open space around any furniture grouping to allow for comfortable circulation

 

Head Space

Leave plenty of headroom under archways, arbors, and pergolas. I consider 7 feet to be the minimum, and I usually add at least another 18 inches if I know there will be plants growing over the structure. This may sound high, but outdoor structures tend to look smaller than they would if they were indoors. Plus it’s better to be safe than sorry and to avoid butting heads with a climbing rose or wisteria. Posts for arches and pergolas should be set at least a few inches outside the pathways that run through them to allow adequate elbow room.

 

Over the years, we have helped many people transform their outdoor space. Whether you own a commercial property or a private home, we can work with you. Our team of professionals have a wealth of experience when it comes to landscaping. Whatever you want, let us know and we will do everything we can to achieve your dreams

 

Create a comfort Zone

 

Beauty may be skin deep, but plants can do more in the garden than sit around and look pretty.

The right plants, used the right way, can actually add comfort and utility to your garden. Conifers and broad-leaved evergreens can protect your garden from harsh winds. Large- scale perennials or ornamental grasses can make an “instant” privacy screen. A well-placed tree or tall shrub border can provide a shady oasis in the heat of a summer’s afternoon. Don’t think you have enough room for a tree? Think again. With so many compact ornamental trees available, there’s probably one to fit any property.

 

Keep an eye to the future

If you are installing or digging up your garden (or you just need something to add to your to-do list), consider laying down electrical conduit and irrigation piping 18 inches belowground along pathways and near bed edges—even if you have no current plans for lighting or irrigation. In a few years, you may be glad you did. Wiring and plumbing are easy to install later if the piping is already there, and you won’t have to disrupt established plantings or rip up your paving.

 

 

 

 

 

If you want somewhere you can relax, there is no better option than an exquisite patio area. These spaces are perfect for BBQs or just chilling out in your garden. When you trust our team, we can help you create a stunning outdoor space where you and your family can unwind.

 

we have all the skills to transform your garden
from walkway’s to steps to an elegant patio that you will call home!
Your garden should be a communal area where you and your loved ones relax

Plenty of moving around room!

 

Patios and decks are perfect spaces for outdoor entertaining.

Plan for enough room to accommodate dining and mingling. Consider how many guests you’re likely to host regularly and then plan on at least 4 square feet of space per person. Outdoor dining means outdoor furniture, so try to leave a 3- foot-wide perimeter of open space around any furniture grouping to allow for comfortable circulation

 

Head Space

Leave plenty of headroom under archways, arbors, and pergolas. I consider 7 feet to be the minimum, and I usually add at least another 18 inches if I know there will be plants growing over the structure. This may sound high, but outdoor structures tend to look smaller than they would if they were indoors. Plus it’s better to be safe than sorry and to avoid butting heads with a climbing rose or wisteria. Posts for arches and pergolas should be set at least a few inches outside the pathways that run through them to allow adequate elbow room.

 

Over the years, we have helped many people transform their outdoor space. Whether you own a commercial property or a private home, we can work with you. Our team of professionals have a wealth of experience when it comes to landscaping. Whatever you want, let us know and we will do everything we can to achieve your dreams

 

From landscape design, to design- implementation, to grounds maintenance ... it is our mission to create an aesthetically pleasing and functional environment, bringing naturalized beauty to your doorstep.

 

 

 

Create a comfort Zone

 

Beauty may be skin deep, but plants can do more in the garden than sit around and look pretty.

The right plants, used the right way, can actually add comfort and utility to your garden. Conifers and broad- leaved evergreens can protect your garden from harsh winds. Large-scale perennials or ornamental grasses can make an “instant” privacy screen. A well-placed tree or tall shrub border can provide a shady oasis in the heat of a summer’s afternoon. Don’t think you have enough room for a tree? Think again. With so many compact ornamental trees available, there’s probably one to fit any property.

 

Keep an eye to the future

If you are installing or digging up your garden (or you just need something to add to your to-do list), consider laying down electrical conduit and irrigation piping 18 inches belowground along pathways and near bed edges—even if you have no current plans for lighting or irrigation. In a few years, you may be glad you did. Wiring and plumbing are easy to install later if the piping is already there, and you won’t have to disrupt established plantings or rip up your paving.

 

 

 

 

 

If you want somewhere you can relax, there is no better option than an exquisite patio area. These spaces are perfect for BBQs or just chilling out in your garden. When you trust our team, we can help you create a stunning outdoor space where you and your family can unwind.

 

we have all the skills to transform your garden
from walkway’s to steps to an elegant patio that you will call home!
TM Your garden should be a communal area where you and your loved ones relax

Plenty of moving around room!

 

Patios and decks are perfect spaces for outdoor entertaining.

Plan for enough room to accommodate dining and mingling. Consider how many guests you’re likely to host regularly and then plan on at least 4 square feet of space per person. Outdoor dining means outdoor furniture, so try to leave a 3-foot-wide perimeter of open space around any furniture grouping to allow for comfortable circulation

 

Head Space

Leave plenty of headroom under archways, arbors, and pergolas. I consider 7 feet to be the minimum, and I usually add at least another 18 inches if I know there will be plants growing over the structure. This may sound high, but outdoor structures tend to look smaller than they would if they were indoors. Plus it’s better to be safe than sorry and to avoid butting heads with a climbing rose or wisteria. Posts for arches and pergolas should be set at least a few inches outside the pathways that run through them to allow adequate elbow room.

 

Over the years, we have helped many people transform their outdoor space. Whether you own a commercial property or a private home, we can work with you. Our team of professionals have a wealth of experience when it comes to landscaping. Whatever you want, let us know and we will do everything we can to achieve your dreams

 

From landscape design, to design- implementation, to grounds maintenance ... it is our mission to create an aesthetically pleasing and functional environment, bringing naturalized beauty to your doorstep.

 

 

 

Create a comfort Zone

 

Beauty may be skin deep, but plants can do more in the garden than sit around and look pretty.

The right plants, used the right way, can actually add comfort and utility to your garden. Conifers and broad-leaved evergreens can protect your garden from harsh winds. Large-scale perennials or ornamental grasses can make an “instant” privacy screen. A well-placed tree or tall shrub border can provide a shady oasis in the heat of a summer’s afternoon. Don’t think you have enough room for a tree? Think again. With so many compact ornamental trees available, there’s probably one to fit any property.

 

Keep an eye to the future

If you are installing or digging up your garden (or you just need something to add to your to-do list), consider laying down electrical conduit and irrigation piping 18 inches belowground along pathways and near bed edges—even if you have no current plans for lighting or irrigation. In a few years, you may be glad you did. Wiring and plumbing are easy to install later if the piping is already there, and you won’t have to disrupt established plantings or rip up your paving.

 

 

 

 

 

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