Ways that Landscaping Can
Transform Your Home
Summer is a great time of the year to fine tune the look of your property. Taking out overgrown shrubbery that is taking over the outside of your home and reevaluating the grounds to make sure you highlight the architecture features of the house.
Plant and Grow Trees
Trees give your home the “first impression” to anyone who drives past or cruses down the street. Plant trees and tall scrubs that accentuate the space. Mature trees create shade and add depth to flat gardens and smaller front yards. It will also create a cool place for bird and squirrels to live.
The key when planting trees is to make sure the soil condition and environment is ideal for the type of tree so it will thrive in local conditions.
Delineate Boarders with Colorful Plants
Landscaping strategy embraces artistic influences and smart designs features with local native flowering plants. Vibrant colors help to maximize curb appeal. Also, some species of flowering plants can help repel mosquitoes from your property. So, be mindful of where you are placing specific perennials so, the bees will be away from a relaxing patio area and you provide best results for both appeal and relaxing opportunities at your home.
Cultivate a Professionally Planted Lawn
A key to a lush green lawn in lower Fairfield County often boils down to sod. It’s the easiest way to assure you have the highest quality lawn, immediate results and grass that will last for years to come.
Spacing Garden Features Throughout the Area
Garden pavers, walkways and paths are another important part of creating a lasting and rewarding landscaping to a property. Cobblestone or water-aged river rocks make a wonderful pathway. Various exterior lighting accent lights also add to ambiance and safety around a home.
If you are looking to change or update landscaping to you home this summer please give Executive Craftsman a call for a free consultation at 203-324-6383. We’d welcome the opportunity to speak with you directly. Email us directly at firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.