As spring arrives, many Pottstown homeowners and surrounding towns think about landscaping improvements. 

 

Think Ahead for Landscaping Success

A well-designed landscape can be the key to making your home a place where you want  to spend time.  But tackling the outside becomes daunting and many homeowners in our service area such as Pottstown, Collegeville, Phoenixville and neighboring towns feel less confident in creating outdoor living spaces.

Dare to envision your ideal landscape and then start developing your landscape plan.  Rushing into a new plant installment without thinking ahead may set you up for disappointment down the road.

What Are Your Needs?

Would a patio help you entertain friends and family?  A play space for the children?  A quiet spot that gives you privacy from neighbors?  Or perhaps a front foundation makeover which might include a new walkway?

 

Determine Your Budget

Keep in mind that landscaping is usually an incremental process.  Tackle one project a season and establish your priorities upfront.

 

Evaluate Your Property.

Make a base plan of your yard and mark all the positives (views, mature trees, etc.).  This plan will help you evaluate what needs to be incorporated or changes before your yard becomes the landscape you love.

 

Don’t Be Afraid to Ask for Help or Advice

Whitehouse Landscaping listens and works with a client’s concerns, needs and desires in creating a functional and aesthetically pleasing landscape solution.  Proper planning in any landscaping project is the key to success.

 

If you can imagine it, we can make it happen!

 

Because we are a full-service landscaping company, Whitehouse Landscaping can handle all the details from a simple renovation to an elaborate design.  Learn more about Landscape Design and start dreaming!

 

A complimentary “walk-thru’ of your property with a Landscape Professional can answer all your concerns and questions and give you a new perspective on the possibilities for your yard.  Call Whitehouse Landscaping or visit our website at www.whitehouselandscaping.com and talk to us about your vision.