An initial site plan / plantation will be generated and emailed with a palette of photos. You will then have the opportunity to make changes to inform the final plan. The final plan, the photo palette and the building notes will be sent to you by e-mail. Once your design is complete, we will provide you with a free quote for the installation to be done by our landscaping experts. (link https://www.ezhome.com/store/landscape-install) After your registration, we will contact you to arrange a first consultation. Once the information on the site is collected, you can expect the final design in one to two weeks, depending on the extent of the work and the current demand.
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Most property boundaries do not extend to the road. Plants or hardscapes installed in a state, county or city right-of-way, for example between a sidewalk and the road, may be torn off for road works or for access Go to public services. Then gather and record information about the history of the property. What was there before the current house was built? What is the history of earth care? Was the property previously agricultural land? Have old buildings been removed, possibly leaving lead paint or plumbing? See AG-439-78, Soil Facts: Minimizing the Risk of Soil Contamination in Urban Gardens for Specific Design Strategies.
The Design Ecademy Garden Style & Design Good design is intuitive to a certain extent, but to ensure success from the outset you need to understand how the various components work together…