This split level home in Cresskill N.J. was another landscape design and build project that turned out to be interesting and rewarding for both of us. Almost every homeowner has specific ideas and goals they want to achieve in choosing a landscape contractor.
So you want to sell your house? All real-estate agents make it a priority to stress upon you, the seller, that in the end, curb appeal matters. Survey results show that landscape expenditures significantly increase perceived home value and often results in a higher sale price that home with minimal landscaping.
One of the criteria of being a landscape designer is that you need to have the ability to visualize and design in all spaces, big and small. Smaller areas require an understanding and knowledge of plant growth, habits and needs because you have limited space and timeless growth.
This project was so much fun to do. The weather was fantastic, the home is beautiful and we were there basically like artists painting with mother nature’s palette.
This natural screening project gave me great joy to install. The customer and I had the same vision. Both of us agreeing that “mother nature” does not plant trees and shrubs in straight rows, planted a diverse selection of evergreen and flowering deciduous shrubs
This project was not only to improve the aesthetics along the street line of the house, but,
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