Gateway has extensive experience in residential landscape design. We believe that there are many factors to be researched before finalizing a plan. The style of the home, topography of the property and the personal preferences of the client are all important details to be considered. Getting to know our clients is one of Gateway's key strengths and it is through these relationships that we can capture your vision and recommend a landscaping design that is right for you.
Landscaping enhancements help increase the character and vitality of your property. This can be achieved through a design process that alters, augments, or removes elements of the landscape. Gateway has extensive experience in residential landscape development from the initial planning stages and site consultations with developers through the installation and subsequent maintenance. Our skilled designers develop a plan that will complement the design of your home and create an environment that is unique. Our Design and Installation services include:
Gateway prides itself on our ability to work with projects of any size, scope or scale. Our talented team will work with you individually to create a plan best suited for your site.
When you choose Gateway, for your design or installation needs you get:
- Designs that are created with the long-term beauty of your property in mind
- More accurate estimates based on a thorough knowledge of your site and our design
- Coordinated installation of hard and softscaping, including working with other trades on site
- Fully integrated turn-key service from design to project completion
- A committed work force that derives satisfaction from a job well done.
Call Gateway today for your free Landscape Consultation.
|Did you know...
Making outdoor improvements is one of the most effective ways for homeowners to increase the price of their house, as lawn and garden landscaping typically boosts sale prices by 7 to 15 percent. By contrast, homeowners recover just 80 to 90 percent of their investment on interior upgrades.
- Source: Washington Times (09/16/05); MacDonald, Jay