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You have worked side by side with your landscape architect to choose every plant; design a garden area that will be the envy of all of your friends; and now you are ready to create the stunning oasis of beauty that you have been working toward. The next step is calling in the installation team.

Before they get to work, there are a few things to keep in mind:

Communication

Now is not the time to walk away and let the installation team on their own. Keep communication open between all members of your installation team. Without clear communication your needs and expectations will not be met.

Staying on Time and On Budget

Your time is valuable – and so is your money. Large projects can sometimes eat away at both. While it is important to expect delays, and even some cost overruns, you need to feel confident that the project is going to move forward as outlined as much as possible. Buffer your schedule and your budget to accommodate unforeseen issues and changes, but also demand that your professional landscaping team get the job done correctly and according to your contract.

Safety

Any time a large project is underway on your property, safety is always a concern. After all, this is your home. You want to be sure that your family and your home is safe. Review all installations plans and demand that proper safety precautions are taken to keep injury and accidents from occurring.

Special Consideration

Due to the congestion of Southern California and the highly suburban feel of much of the Los Angeles area in general, there are many details to consider when undertaking a Los Angeles residential landscape installation project. Be sure to consider these common issues:

  • Noise: if there is going to be a lot of digging, blowing or pruning, make plans for keeping the noise of equipment from disrupting your normal routine. For instance, if you have small children who nap, insist that loud equipment is turned off during this time of the day. Also be sure to discuss proper etiquette with the work supervisor to keep your children form overhearing bad language or seeing bad attitudes among landscape workers.
  • Safety: children and pets are curious. They tend to get into everything that is out of bounds. Equipment left unattended, holes left unfilled and even tree limbs that need to be pruned can all become a safety hazard for your family, pets and guests. Be sure to survey work areas at the end of the day to eliminate nay dangerous risks to your kids.
  • Seasonal coloring: when installing new landscaping, mark off places where seasonal plants can be added to offer a customized color palette to the grounds. Be sure to include a variety of perennials that will bloom each year at specific times to keep your landscaping always looking fresh.
  • Use shrubs and deciduous plantings to offer a clean sophisticated appearance: Adding a lot of colorful flowers and plants are nice, but do not underestimate the power of incorporating green shrubs and plants. This can add a simplistic feel to your landscape, and keep the overall design from appearing to busy.
  • Brighten entryways: curb appeal is vital when it comes to installing the proper landscaping. Be sure to concentrate on that first impression to make your home stand out. Driveways, porches and doorways are all good places to add a colorful mix of flowering plants for a welcoming touch and sophisticated flare.

Landscape installation takes time and can be quite a disruption to a busy household. Our skilled technicians understand the importance of getting the job done quickly, efficiently and without causing chaos in the homeowner’s day.