Visual Landscape Gardening; Local Licensed Landscapers Mile End SA.
Landscapers Mile End from ‘Visual Landscape Gardening’ Landscaping Mile End Homes.
When looking at landscaping Mile End residential gardens; especially on a budget, the landscapers Mile End home owners call are from Visual Landscape Gardening. Since 1989, our team of licensed landscapers has specialised in low maintenance garden landscape design, tailored to peoples individual needs.
Landscape design can encompass many elements. With over 25 years experience Alby Rogers is well placed to discuss the landscaping needs of Mile End home owners who are wanting to landscape their garden areas incorporating paving, fencing, artificial grass or instant lawn, retaining walls, irrigation systems and verandahs.
No landscaping project is too large or complex for our team of landscapers to handle; or too small, with the same level of pride, passion and quality of landscape design Mile End home owners deserve.
Paving Mile End Outdoor Areas.
Visual Landscape Gardening have an excellent reputation for paving Mile End diveways, paths, verandah areas and around pools; using only experienced licensed pavers. Improve the look and value of your driveway by having driveway pavers laid instead of concrete.
Concrete paths that were once common around Mile End homes are being replaced with pavers in a colour scheme that complements the garden’s theme. Paving around swimming pools Mile End residents have in their back garden with large format non slip pavers is also becoming popular; replacing tired looking lawn.
Under verandahs Mile End home owners are using verandah pavers instead of timber decking, giving a low maintenance alternative.
Take a look at the many paving pattern designs to choose from; your choice will depend on the type of traffic the pavers will encounter and the look you’re wanting to achieve.
Fencing Mile End Homes.
A popular way of fencing Mile End front boundaries is with aluminium tubular fencing panels. There are many patterns and colours of aluminium fencing panels to choose from in our range, or we can customise fencing panels to suit your requirements.
For fencing solutions between neighbours, by far the most popular fences Mile End home owners choose are Good Neighbour Fences.
When looking at fencing around a pool Mile End home owners are choosing glass pool fences; particularly with in-ground tiled swimming pools.
The choice of glass pool fencing Mile End residents can select from includes frameless and semi frameless at a cheaper price.
Laying Instant Lawn, Artificial Grass Mile End.
The range of artificial grass Mile End residents can have laid these days covers just about every application required with a choice of blade height, thickness and colour.
Artificial grass is used extensively in low maintenance gardens; there is no watering, mowing or fertilising required, and is a long term solution.
Sir Walter Buffalo is the preferred choice of instant lawn Mile End home owners select to have laid in high traffic areas or if you’re after a roll out instant lawn for very shady areas that is low maintenance and drought tolerant, we recommend King’s Pride Buffalo Grass.
Building Retaining Walls Mile End.
Concrete block retaining walls Mile End residents have built is the most popular type of retaining solution chosen for garden retaining walls under two metres.
For larger retaining walls Mile End home owners choose moss rocks; one of the cheapest retaining wall alternatives. Concrete sleeper retaining walls Mile End residents choose often, when looking at retaining between neighbouring properties; and is popular with a Good Neighbour fence erected on top.
Constructing Verandahs Mile End.
Outdoor living areas created under verandahs is extremely popular. With verandahs Mile End home owners can set up tables, lounges, BBQ or outdoor kitchen; even an outdoor wall mounted TV.
Visual Landscape Gardening can design and install verandahs with flat or gabled roof; including council submission and approval, as a stand alone project or as part of a complete outdoor living area that includes paving, lighting, ceiling fans, heating and outdoor kitchen.
Colorbond verandahs built with steel are the most popular verandahs Mile End home owners choose, requiring far less maintenance than timber verandahs. There are many verandah roofing options and the range of Colorbond colours is extensive.
Installing Irrigation Systems Mile End.
If low maintenance garden design is for you, installing garden irrigation systems is a must.
Automatic irrigation systems Mile End home owners have installed saves time and money watering, delivering water to the root system effectively; where it’s needed most and at the right time of the day. Landscapers from ‘Visual Landscape Gardening’ can advise you how many zones will be required for your irrigation needs based on the garden design, slope, area and plants or lawn to be watered.
Installing drip irrigation can reduce water usage by 60% which is good news considering the spiralling cost of water.
Bobcat Hire Mile End.
When looking at completing DIY garden landscaping projects, the biggest obstacle is not having the right equipment.
With bobcat hire Mile End residents can book, an experienced operator is included to cut, level and remove earth around your home saving you time and a sore back. In addition to bobcat hire, Mile End home owners can also take advantage of our truck hire and quality landscaping supplies delivered to your home.
Imagine having an experienced landscaper; included in the bobcat hire price, to take all the heavy lifting out of your next DIY paving, laying synthetic grass or retaining wall job by not only levelling out the area, but delivering, spreading and compacting 100mm of quarry rubble and sand at the same time.
Landscaping Supplies Mile End.
The complete range of landscaping supplies Adelaide landscapers from Visual Landscape Gardening use to landscape Mile End homes is available to be delivered to your home.
Tips on Landscaping Adelaide suburb of Mile End:
Landscaping Adelaide gardens requires careful preparation of the base before laying pavers or building a retaining wall. Below the top soil is often clay, which is ‘reactive’, moving as it swells with water or shrinks when it dries out. If the base is not properly prepared and compacted with quarry rubble, there is a greater chance the pavers or retaining wall will move or crack; resulting in costly repairs.
With many residents landscaping Mile End homes themselves with artificial grass, we have included step by step instructions on how to lay synthetic grass yourself.
All work completed by Adelaide landscaping company ‘Visual Landscape Gardening’ to Mile End gardens is guaranteed for a minimum of 5 years, and is carried out by our experienced licensed landscapers Adelaide home owners and businesses have used since 1989.