July 13 2015 0comment
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Now Is The Time To Plan Your 2010 Project

Now Is The Time To Plan Your 2010 Project

As the cold weather has set in, gardening and landscaping may be the last thing on our minds. Even so, it is important to use the off season to prepare for a great landscape when spring rolls around. As landscapers and landscape designers we’re already aware of this fact, and spend our days helping homeowners and business owners solve common landscape problems, no matter what the season or the temperature outside.

The off season is indeed a great time to start planning for that new landscape. If you have always wanted to change the exterior look of your home or business, the winter months can be a great time to start the planning process. Our landscape designers are less busy during the off season, and you will have plenty of time to plan, and budget, for the springtime transformation of your exterior.

Planning early will also give you plenty of time to meet with Creative Landscapings’s landscape designers in order to decide what to choose for your project. It can be difficult to make such an important decision when you are pressed for time, when the warm weather is here and the outdoor gathering season is underway but by starting the design process early you will be able to thoroughly think of the design, get proper approvals from HOA’s and you will be put on the schedule in plenty of time to have Creative Landscaping install your Landscape project. One of the best ways to get started in requesting a Free Personalized Landscape Consultation and filling out our online Landscape Design Interview.

As you go forward with your planning, it is important to consider your budget as well. As you begin going over your estimate of the cost of your new landscape, it is important to provide us with plenty of information in order to ensure an accurate quote. Having the quote in front of you will make it much easier for you to know how much the project will cost will give you the time you need to gather the funds needed before the project begins in earnest!