Landscapers Near Me That Do Backyard Makeovers in Farmington, CT
When the warm weather arrives, that’s when attention tends to turn to your Farmington, CT, backyard. If you find your backyard lacking in fun and interest, this may be the year you make changes for a more pleasing and functional landscape. As you search for “landscapers near me,” to bring your vision to life, here are some qualities to look for.
Benefits of an Improved Landscape
There are many benefits of a landscape makeover. First, it can turn a largely unused space into something that is fully functional and inviting. A water feature can be placed in a neglected corner of the backyard, shade can be added to your patio with a pergola, and the slope of your landscape can be transformed into planting beds, supported by a tiered retaining wall. Second, a landscape makeover increases the value of your property. Should you ever decide to sell, know that most buyers are looking for gorgeous, functional backyards as part of their new home search. This can be a plus when you want your home to show well and sell quickly. Finally, an improved landscape is easier to maintain as you may have less grass to mow, fewer weeds to pull, and less watering to do.
It’s not necessarily top of mind as you search for landscapers in your area, but it will soon become apparent as you pick up the phone and interview prospective companies. Clear communication will become a top priority in your relationship with a landscape professional. A lot of back-and-forth discussion is required during a landscape makeover, so you need a company that is responsive, accessible, and that understands your requests.
Expert designs will ensure that you will be satisfied with the final look of your backyard project. Before the digging and purchase of materials begin, this time can be used to move plants and other features around until a project looks exactly like you want. This can help you to see what works best in your yard, saving you from change orders that cost money along the way. You may find that an idea you had in mind will not work out as you had thought—it’s better to figure that out now, before the backyard makeover gets underway.
References and Past Projects
A reputable landscape company will gladly share the contact information of previous clients and projects. Seeing previous projects for yourself and speaking with the company’s references can go a long way toward easing any hesitations you may have in hiring a landscape company. Generally, if previous clients are happy, you will be, too.
Licensing and Insurance
Licensing indicates that a company is in good standing with local agencies and organizations. You want to know that the landscapers you research are followers of industry standards and best practices. Most landscape makeovers need some heavy equipment to accomplish clearing out what is to be removed to make way for the new landscape, so you’ll want to know that the employees who use it are protected. Bonding is insurance that covers you if an employee of the company is injured during the normal course of a project.
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"We didn't want to let too much time pass before writing to you. We are so pleased with the patio and have already used it many times in the past few weeks. We always had a nice retreat in the woods - but now we are actually USING the space to read, cook and relax. Your team was a pleasure to work with on the project. Dave kept everything moving and we felt very well informed throughout the build. He went above and beyond to make sure that our property was well cared for and that the patio ultimately fit our vision. Jimmy was the other key component to the team. He is an extremely hard worker that was very dedicated to the project and easily served as our onsite contact when Dave was unavailable. We cannot compliment either of them enough! From the beginning, we have loved your vision for this project and we hope to work with you again in the future. Thank you for creating our new backyard oasis! It's perfect." Read more comments
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