The term landscaping is used when visible features of land are altered, often to make it more attractive or practical.
Areas that can be landscaped include:
Natural landforms, such as terrain shapes and elevation
Manmade structures, such as fences, buildings or structures
For successful landscaping, good observation and design skills are necessary. It requires a blend of science and art with a solid knowledge of nature and construction vital.
Reasons to landscape your property
Landscape gardeners can really bring your property and garden to life, whilst providing a number of benefits.
Having a beautiful garden will do a lot to relieving the stresses of the day when you come back from work in the evenings. There’s no place like home and having something you can enjoy and relax in can swing your mood. Even maintaining the new look can be stress relieving
The health benefits of landscaping are also something you should snatch up. With trees, shrubs and plants you’ll be able to improve the air quality, improving the healthiness of your body. Even maintaining the garden will have its health benefits with the physical work needed
Landscaping also has its environmental benefits and as already mentioned, cleaner air will be produced. It can also have a large part to play in the reduce and conserve argument. For example, well placed trees can limit heat entering a property and therefore reducing the need for air conditioning
Updating your grounds will add value to your home, there’s no doubting that. Poorly kept gardens can drag down your home’s value whilst a well maintained landscape will increase value.
With just a small investment into the landscaping of your home, you can benefit from a number of advantages.
Landscape gardening can radically change the look of your home, making it instantly more appealing to you and anyone who visits.
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Local Landscaping Projects
Reviews of landscaping companies
By Ms Kerry S.
T AND T BUILDING CONTRACTORS LTD
Not relevant to my request
By Mrs Val H.
WESSEX DRIVES AND PATIOS
Very pleasant guys, but unfortunately there quote was a little high for me, so I am having a re-think
By Mrs Annette C.
Very informative really good ideas was impressed. Waiting on more quotes, did think I was getting two more from you.
By - Robert O.
Very satisfied with the work that was done and good interaction with workmen
By Mrs Caroline S.
R&J PROPERTY MAINTENANCE
R&j property maintenance were sounding promising when they first contacted me and appeared professional when came to appraise the job. However after building my hopes up and phoning them to ask if they were going to provide a quote which they said they would ASAP they have yet to get back to me .
Landscaping activity in September 2018
Landscaping Projects in the UK in September 2018
|August 2018||July / August|
|Yorkshire & Humber||410||0%|
|East Of England||310||-21%|
Source: Numbers calculated based on the search volumes in major search engines.
Latest successful landscaping projects in September
By Mrs Suddha S.
They quickly provided few contact
By Mrs Susan S.
Only got 2 contacting me and went for 1 of them to do the job.
By Ms Sheila W.
Takes time off looking for people who can do a good job MN
By Miss Bridget B.
Gave me a starting point for getting the job done.
By Mr Kevin P.
someone contacted me on my project
Energy Performance of Houses
The below information indicates the energy performance of properties in Uk. Energy ratings vary from A to G, with A being the most energy-efficient and G being the very least efficient. The Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) rating factors heavily when attempting to sell your house, as prospective buyers will see how much they're probably going to be spending on their home heating expenses. Property upgrades including insulation assist to considerably increase a home's EPC rating.