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Where to Start?  Get Project Ideas

Look at books, magazines, and websites for landscape ideas Think about what you would like in terms of Structure, Access, Aesthetics, Budget

Finding a Landscape Designer

Get referrals and recommendations from friends, neighbors, and family members Look at contractors’ websites and online reviews Find a designer that will listen and and understand your needs Design Fees are a standard practice with professional landscape designers

Selecting a Landscape Contractor

Compare Quotes and Designs- Try to meet with at least 3 companies Be sure to compare quotes ‘apples to apples’ Beware of a quote that is ‘too good to be true’ Use your gut feelings- A contractor that makes you feel comfortable will usually be a good experience.

Working with an Experienced Professional Landscaper

You will have the best outcomes with a Design/Build Company Be sure the landscape company offers contracts and warranties their work Change orders are a standard practice with professional landscape contractors and they protect both parties from costly misunderstandings.

Preparing for Adjustments

A good landscaper will plan for it ahead of time, but often unknown variables may affect your project. o Examples: Water flow, nature, weather, material pricing and availability, neighbors, associations, and government regulations. A good landscape designer will use the landscape plan as a starting point, and will make adjustments based on variables and unknowns encountered on the job.
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selecting a landscape contractor

© 2017 Sunrise Gardens LLC

Where to Start?  Get Project Ideas

Look at books, magazines, and websites for landscape ideas Think about what you would like in terms of Structure, Access, Aesthetics, Budget

Finding a Landscape Designer

Get referrals and recommendations from friends, neighbors, and family members Look at contractors’ websites and online reviews Find a designer that will listen and and understand your needs Design Fees are a standard practice with professional landscape designers

Selecting a Landscape Contractor

Compare Quotes and Designs- Try to meet with at least 3 companies Be sure to compare quotes ‘apples to apples’ Beware of a quote that is ‘too good to be true’ Use your gut feelings- A contractor that makes you feel comfortable will usually be a good experience.

Working with an Experienced Professional

Landscaper

You will have the best outcomes with a Design/Build Company Be sure the landscape company offers contracts and warranties their work Change orders are a standard practice with professional landscape contractors and they protect both parties from costly misunderstandings.

Preparing for Adjustments

A good landscaper will plan for it ahead of time, but often unknown variables may affect your project. o Examples: Water flow, nature, weather, material pricing and availability, neighbors, associations, and government regulations. A good landscape designer will use the landscape plan as a starting point, and will make adjustments based on variables and unknowns encountered on the job.
203 E Beloit St Darien, WI 53114    (262) 882-0811     adam@sunrisegardensllc.com

selecting a landscape contractor

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