Connecticut Landscape Design
Serving West Hartford, Newington, Wethersfield, Avon, Farmington, & Simsbury, CT
Benefit from our expertise in Landscape design to create a look that is both beautiful and functional. We can provide ideas that can get the look you want and make suggestions based on your budget, plants that fit the local climate, availability of materials, etc... The design process lets us formulate the right plan before the construction phase begins.
The design team oversees the construction phase to ensure the end product is what the customer wanted and the landscape designer intended.
3D Landscape Design Imaging
Before beginning on a landscaping job, as a homeowner you may not put in much thought into planning, but a 3D design will help you visualize your home. This design will show in great detail what the project will look like when it is complete. This will help you get more inspiration on getting started on your outdoor living space. Our landscape designer will meet with you to create a detailed master plan that will not only be functional for your property but also enhance your homes curb appeal. We can also incorporate Landscape Lighting and Irrigation to make sure your project meets all your needs.
Contact Us Today to ask about a comprehensive landscape design for your property. Residential or Commercial.
Digital Imagery in Landscape Design
So you can get a better idea of what the finished landscape should look like we take photographs of your existing landscape. We then overlay realistic digital renderings of the various design features including plants, grass, walkways, patios and other construction features. For many home owners this provides a better visual than traditional landscape design plans drawn as an overhead view.
Below are samples of digital imagery for a before and after view of proposed landscape designs.
Planting Plans and Drawings
For larger landscaping projects and commercial projects we create planting plans. These formal design drawings specify specific locations of plants, the common and botanical names of the plants used, as well as their sizes. Other details may include materials used for speciffic features such as walkways, bedding materials and other landscape construction features. For many residential landscape design projects the digital imagery methods outlined above are quicker, cheaper and often more informative for the home owner. For some larger residential landscape projects a more detailed plan is essential.
Below are two samples of landscape plans. The first is a simple residential plan while the lower one is a much more detailed commercial property landscape design plan.