Landscaping can make a massive difference to a property in so many different ways. A high-quality landscaping job will significantly boost the aesthetics of a property and improve living standards for the owners by providing an outdoor space to relax and enjoy in during the summer months.
While homeowners can immediately enjoy the result of a landscaping project on their property; it also provides a future incentive. Attractive landscaping and garden design are likely to add significant value to property, figures from The Telegraph report that two-fifths of Britons say they wouldn’t even consider buying a home if it didn’t have a big enough garden while one in seven says the garden has added to its value.
The downside is that landscaping projects are often complex and extremely labor intensive, particularly when doing so yourself. The John O’Connell garden design and landscaping team thrives on both hard and soft landscaping projects, with no job too complex, big or small for us. Our groundwork teams are expertly qualified, and we provide our own high-quality plant machinery to ensure that the best possible work is done on our landscaping projects in the Manningtree and wider Essex areas.
So if you want to start enjoying your outdoor area, talk to our team about our landscaping, garden design and groundwork projects so we can help you to create a relaxing space that can be cherished in the summer months and enjoyed throughout the year.
Our wide range of landscaping services includes digging footings while we are also able to lay decking and patios. We can also deal with fencing and design and construct complex wooden structures. We cover a wide range of services to ensure that we can help you design your garden exactly as you imagine it so that you can enjoy the space as if you had built it yourself, without all the hard work!
If you would like to discuss your landscaping project or get some professional advice, please call us on 01206 396667 or send us an email on firstname.lastname@example.org for a free, no-obligation discussion