A Guide To Landscaping

If you are thinking about adding curb appeal to your home, there are so many possibilities. At Great Oaks Landscaping we can help give you a landscape design that will complement your home and add the curb appeal potential homebuyers look for if you choose to sell. Choosing the right landscape projects to invest in can give you up to four times your money back if you sell your home. If you are not planning on selling, these upgrades will be enjoyable for many years to come.

Seed Your Lawn

An easy project to start with is seeding your lawn. A lush green lawn shows that your home is well cared for and is also the perfect backdrop for outdoor family activities. Routine lawn maintenance goes a long way in making your home inviting and attractive.

New Walkways

A stone paver walkway draws guests into your home. Updated walkways are a great way to create an inviting space, especially when lit with custom landscape lighting. A meandering pathway can lead to a backyard retreat or a pool area.

Plant Trees & Shrubs

An easy way to give your home a makeover is to add plants in the front and backyard. Plants customized to your climate and ideal maintenance level can really liven up a tired lawn. Pops of color from annual flowers brighten up your landscaping and smell amazing. Planting trees provide shade during the harsh summer months and can frame your house perfectly.

Install A Fireplace/Fire Pit

A new fireplace will make your outdoor space usable during the chilly months. This is a great spot for adding personality to your backyard as there are so many customizable features. Think custom stones, lighting features and patio furniture. This spot is guaranteed to be the ultimate gathering space for your family throughout the seasons. You can roast marshmallows or simply relax fireside.

At Great Oaks Landscaping we want you to love the space we create. Each design is completely customizable to your lifestyle and customer satisfaction is guaranteed.

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