Our approach is a little different when it comes to landscape design. Tacoma, WA, is home to several design-build landscaping firms, but we offer a unique philosophy. We believe in connecting life and land. For us, that means learning how you want to interact with your yard, so that when we’re finished building it for you, it not only looks amazing but enhances your life and makes you want to get outside more.
We’ll work hard to answer your questions transparently and ask thoughtful questions of our own to lead you to a landscape you’ll truly love.
Landscape design can be as simple as planning small bed planting. This involves specifying which plants will go where. A service like this may only cost $500.
You may need something much more comprehensive from your landscape design. Tacoma, WA, and the surrounding area, is home to many landscapes that received the full Father Nature treatment from one of our designers. A full site plan of your entire property, including a plant list, hardscape features, lighting scheme, and water feature placement begins at $1200 and goes up from there based on property size and design features.
With your design in hand, you can either hire us to be your landscape contractor and let us turn your design into reality, or you can seek a different contractor to execute our plan. We invite you to check out our reviews and those of our competitors and decide for yourself.
Hint: most of our design clients end up opting to move on to the construction phase with us.
Whether you’ve had bad, good, or little experience working with professional contractors, we look forward to showing what the experience should be like. We do the little things well — answer phone calls, texts or emails promptly, show up for meetings on time, and make you, the client, feel like you are the focus when we are together.
We will treat your home as if it is our own. This means giving your property the respect it deserves, not treating it like a “jobsite”. And it means doing exemplary work from the landscape design to the built environment.