Have you thought of how garden design in Cheshire could transform the way you use your garden? Most people think that having a professional to design your garden is a privilege available only to the well heeled. Or perhaps to the lucky few who win a garden makeover. How lucky are those that are featured on television with their “before” and “after” garden; a space completely transformed from an unused, unloved, wasted space into the pride of the home. You may feel your garden is the perpetual “before” space and, without the availability of any expertise and creative knowledge, will never be a truly beautiful space. Pacific Landscapes can change all of this for you.
In Cheshire, garden design can be very affordable when using Pacific Landscapes. To begin, their qualified designer can visit your garden at no cost to yourself. She can assess the quality of your soil and listen to your requirements. Understanding your preferences and the way in which you would like to use your garden is the starting point. You may have many interesting and creative ideas you would like to implement, or maybe you need inspiration and guidance. For a small fee the Pacific Landscapes designer will generate a design plan, in full colour, and this can be the starting point for the creation of your fantasy garden.
When using Pacific Landscapes for garden design in Cheshire, you can choose whether you would like to transform your whole garden at once, or you could begin with a small area, and do more at a later stage. There are many options you can use to transform your garden. Decking can add some style and demarcate the space. If you are looking for a consistently beautiful, low maintenance lawn, you can consider artificial grass. A pond or a water feature can add interest to the area. The introduction of lighting enables you to create another “room” in your home: a place to enjoy a summer evening. Pacific Landscapes can assist you with all of these features, and it all begins with the initial design. For more information about garden design, contact Pacific Landscapes.