You have got a yard. You have a nice lawn, beautiful flower beds, a great place with curb appeal. But you want to elevate it. You want your yard space at your home to be a center of fun and recreation for your family as well as beauty for your visitors. It is not just about laying some sod, watering your green spaces, putting out some furniture, and calling it a day. A landscape architect can elevate your yard space to more than you could imagine with the eye of a designer.
Think of your outdoor living space as an extension of your home. You would decorate it and design it with care to make sure colors matched — it feels right, it feels like you. A landscape architect can help you bridge the gap between the design of your inner home and the outdoor area you cultivate for yourself and for your guests.
While you can make an outdoor space for yourself that is functional, only a landscape architect can truly elevate it enough to bump up the curb appeal of your home and even increase the value. This can help boost you as much as 15% in home value with the right architect who works with your tastes and your home’s design to bring you a beautiful outdoor living space. Another good bit of news is that landscape upgrades grow in value over time so you will see it only get better through the years as you maintain the space.
Organization and Planning
While you can talk about what you would like to see and what you think will work, a landscape architect is trained and experienced in planning out projects and doing what is best for your lawn. They can survey land, make calculated plans, and place foliage to boost energy conservation and provide shade. It may seem intuitive but they have expertise you do not. The detailed blueprints may seem complicated to you, but to a landscape architect, they are the map to your future beautiful living space.
The Right Components
While you may have ideas you adore, a landscape architect in North Carolina can tell you what is really viable. If you have a dream for a garden or patch of trees, your landscape architect will make sure the plants in your yard are viable for your climate and native to the area to avoid invasive species and cany complications that can arise there. They can also advise on the most durable materials to use for your yard and the best maintenance practices.
Ultimately, a landscape architect is going to provide you with a lot of insight and information you would not normally have. It is worth the investment and time to have something beautiful and lasting, and something that will continue to grow with your home. Schedule your appointment with SecureTurf for a consultation today.