patio design. Saturday , January 06th , 2018 - 06:01:37 AM
"What is my budget?" Some homeowners feel that this is a loaded question, but it is one that a good contractor will ask and one that needs to be addressed. It should be asked, not to prequalify you as a potential customer or to run the price up, but to bring the project into perspective. As a homeowner, you should not be afraid to tell your contractor your budget. A good contractor’s price is his price and he will design to your budget.
When your landscape designer has answers to this functionality issues, he can help you conceptualize a patio design plan which can suit your personality, taste and budget. Many landscape designers believe that building various smaller and highly functional areas is more visually appealing than having just one large outdoor room or slab. In choosing your location, place it where it will not be adversely exposed to the harmful effects of UV rays from the sun as well as the other natural elements.
The choice of screening will depend on available budget. Walls are expensive to build, wooden screens with posts and trellis panels are much cheaper. Planting a hedge is usually the cheapest option, but may take a while to grow in unless you can afford large plants or an instant hedge.
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