Best 30 Landscape Architecture in Brick, NJ with Reviews -

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By: Ken N.
First Round Landscaping
Only compliments of the highest level can be spoken about Mike...... We had an unexpected death in our family, and we were left with the responsibility of selling the home on behalf of the estate..... and we live 2 1/2 hours away. The house had sat for the winter; and the property needled a tremendous amount of work this spring. Needless to say, Mike was compassionate with our situation, and was willing to work with us-never even meeting us. He took away the stress of worrying just how we would get the property in a marketable condition. When we first made it down to the home, the property was in pristine condition-ready to go on the market. Dealing with the loss of a family member is hard enough, but when a businessman goes out of his way to be understanding; does a beautiful job; and even does more than expected, it should be recognized. Thanks Mike!
By: Trish K.
First Round Landscaping
They did it again. I can't possibly keep up with my yard work. Mike and his team have been doing my landscaping for several years now. Excellent work. Bushes, weeds, driveway, flower beds. All look great. Thank you to a great team! Highly recommend
Tips & Advices
The cost of landscape design varies depending on the scope of the project. Expect to pay anywhere from $2,000 to upward of $11,000 for the initial design. The cost of purchasing and installing the necessary elements can cost from $11-$17 per square foot.
Many landscape designers provide maintenance services that can help keep landscape looking neat and attractive. These maintenance services might include hand pruning of ornamental shrubs, insect and disease control, weed management, tree trimming, mowing, fertilization, and leaf removal.
Landscape design is the process of designing the look of the outdoor space that is being enhanced. Landscape installation is the process of installing all the elements needed to make the design a reality.
When choosing a landscape designer, it's essential to select one whose design style matches your tastes, and evaluating a landscape designer's portfolio of previously completed projects will offer insight in this area. An n experienced landscape designer will have the background necessary to navigate unexpected challenges that may crop up during the project. Select a landscape designer who is licensed, bonded and insured. If you prefer organic gardening, choose a landscape designer whose practices are in line with this philosophy.
The size of the project plays a role, and larger landscape design projects will take longer to complete. Once the initial site visit has been made, it can take up to four weeks for the landscaping professional to complete the design. After the design has been prepared, it can take up to three weeks for the installation to be completed. Any alterations made along the way will lengthen the process.

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