Four Reasons Landscape Design & Installation is Best Left to the Pros


There’s something so satisfying about a beautiful outdoor space. But done poorly, that beautiful space can quickly become a money pit. The truth is, the importance of a professional landscape design and installation cannot be overstated. It’s not just about the aesthetics – it’s about ensuring that your outdoor spaces will continue to look and perform beautifully for years to come. Here are four reasons landscape design and installation is best left to the professionals.

Increased Property Value

Expanding usable space and creating beauty in your outdoor space can help improve your property’s value. Not only do you boost curb appeal, you create a healthy, functional landscape that will continue to grow and flourish. When the time comes to sell, your home’s value will only benefit from an established, well-maintained outdoor space.

Reduced Risk of Erosion

Erosion is the equivalent of death by a thousand cuts – it can destroy a landscape steadily, even if your property is on level ground. If you have any sloping, erosion can create potential issues for homes. On the flip side, proper landscape design can help prevent erosion, and even use existing elements to their best advantage.

Reduced Water Waste

Here in the high desert, we understand the importance of water conservation. Water isn’t a renewable resource, and it’s important that we manage our water use conscientiously. Good landscape design and installation can avoid irrigation issues, including run-off and standing water.

Long-Term Savings

As the saying goes, you get what you pay for. A great deal on landscaping can quickly backfire when the crew is long gone and your irrigation system floods or your new paver patio starts falling apart. Poorly designed and installed landscapes are no deal, and over the long run, you’re much better off finding a quality company upfront to do the job properly. Get it done right the first time, and you’ll be glad you did.

In Reno and Sparks, Harris Landscape Construction has been committed to quality craftsmanship for decades. If you have a landscaping project, we’d love to be involved. Contact us today.


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