What are you hoping to accomplish by landscaping your property lines in BC? Once you answer that question, you can narrow down the many options available to you. Here are some of the main reasons for landscaping your property lines:
With population growth in Vancouver and the Lower Mainland, high density neighborhoods are becoming more common place. We are seeing more town house developments and smaller properties in an effort to make efficient use of the space available to us. Here are some creative landscaping solutions for a small front yard in Vancouver to improve the curb appeal of your property.
Abbotsford BC is a center for growth and expansion in British Columbia. The city is expecting 60,000 new residents of the next 20 years and is currently home to approximately 130,000 people. Abbotsford is increasingly becoming a preferred destination for families to settle due to the relatively lower property prices compared to the markets in the greater Vancouver area. Abbotsford Landscape Design is an important part of the continued growth of this city.
As 2016 comes to a close we reflect back at the many things that happened this year and get ready for what the New Year will bring us. We have several New Year’s resolutions for your BC landscape. They won’t help you commit to a new diet and more exercise, but they will help you create a setting to be enjoyed by friends and family.
Project landscaping in BC is more than trimming hedges and mowing lawns. If you are looking to make major physical changes to your property, you need the services of a project landscaping expert. Design and build landscaping involves strategy to determine what can be created given the restrictions of your property.
The Winter Solstice may not be until Dec 21st, however we are in full-blown winter weather here in British Columbia. BC winter storms usually consist of rain, wind and sometimes snow. This year we are likely in for more ice than usual. This is a great time to discuss some BC winter storm property survival tips.
Major downpours can have damaging effects on your landscape, and the environment. As every person in the Lower Mainland is aware, we are probably in for some serious rain in the next few months. However, with a few modifications you can minimize soil erosion and manage storm water runoff on your property.
So you have just bought a new home and are excited to begin your foray into property ownership. It can be daunting to say the least: will you see a return on your investment? Should you have gone with fixed or variable interest rates? Will your neighbors hate your dog? With so much to think about we wanted to take a few steps back and discuss some landscaping basics for first time home buyers.