A well-executed landscape remodel can completely transform the look and feel of your home or business property. It's a significant investment, but it can pay dividends for years to come. If you're thinking about embarking on a landscape remodel project, it's important to understand what goes into it. In this blog post, we'll take a closer look at some of the key components of a successful landscape remodeling from the landscape experts at Turf Fox. If you're ready to get started on your own landscape transformation, contact Turf Fox today for a free consultation.
One of the first things to consider in any landscape remodel is excavation. This is where you'll need to remove existing sod, soil, rocks, and other debris to make way for your new landscape features. Planters, trees, shrubs, and other plants will need to be placed in the excavated areas. The depth of the excavation will depend on the type of plants you're installing.
After the excavation is complete, it's time to start thinking about design. This is where you'll need to determine what type of layout you want for your new landscape. Do you want a formal garden with straight lines and symmetrical planting beds? Or, do you prefer a more natural look with winding paths and organic-looking planting beds? Once you have an idea of the overall design, you can start to select specific plants, trees, and shrubs that will fit into the landscape.
Planters are a great way to add color and interest to your landscape. They can be used to create focal points, define spaces, and add height and dimension. When selecting planters, it's important to consider the size, shape, and material that will best complement your overall design.
If you're installing a new lawn or garden, you'll also need to install a sprinkler system. This is a vital part of keeping your new landscape healthy and looking its best. Turf Fox offers a wide variety of sprinkler systems to fit any size property and watering needs. We can also design and install custom drip irrigation systems for gardens and other plantings.