Decorative Landscapes Inc.
- What types of customers have you worked with?
Photo Image Landscape Design by Kim Gravel Complete Landscape Construction and Installation Lawn Installations & Renovations Dry Seed, Hydroseed or Sod Retaining Walls, Walkways, Patios, Driveways, Aprons, Columns Fire Pits Restoration Landscape Solutions Creative Solutions for your Landscape Challenges Outdoor Living Rooms Outdoor Kitchens Backyard Expansions Raised Bed, Rock and Water Gardens Dry River Beds (For Drainage or Aesthetics) Perennial Gardens Herb Gardens Rainwater Harvesting Rainwater Gardens Downspout Underground Drain Installation Drainage Solutions Replication Areas Commercial Maintenance Estate Groundskeeping Spring and Fall Clean Ups (Residential or Commercial) Mulch Installations (Residential or Commercial) Shrub Trimming (Residential or Commercial) Curb Appeal
- What advice would you give a customer looking to hire a provider in your area of work?
When choosing a landscape designer make sure you get someone that is "listening" to you and taking into consideration your likes/dislikes, functionality of space, knowledge in plants to give you the right landscape that will stand the test of time and not be overgrown in a year or 2! When hiring a hardscape contractor, keep in mind the most important part of your job will be the part you will never see! The ground preparations are the most important part to any patio, walkway or wall installation. Also, hire am ICPI or NCMA certified installer to ensure you are getting a knowledgeabe contractor that understands the correct base prep procedures.