NABOR HARDSCAPE LANDSCAPING SERVICES FOR THE COACHELLA VALLEY
Hardscaping can include
almost any type of decorative or practical structure in a
landscape, from driveways to fences to benches.
When building a hardscape project, it’s recommended to
plan how much you are willing to spend on the project and
discuss your budget with a professional landscaper. It’s
better to know the costs or get at least three estimates of
the materials needed if you’re unsure of what to consider
for your budget.
Be hands-on in knowing the costs of
the materials needed for your hardscape project. From stones
to plants and lighting, it can cost you more or less than
your budget. That is also when you will decide whether to
spend or save.
The American Society of Landscape
Architects suggests, to begin with, 5 to 10% of your
property’s worth. A good landscape design can add 15% or
more to the value of your property compared to the other
houses in your neighborhood.
Hardscaping can; include almost any type of decorative or practical structure in a landscape, from driveways to fences to benches. Hardscape is a critical part of landscape design, providing definition and a sense of organization to the natural areas and features.
Before the final decision; Plan and design: Create a TOTAL PLAN, drawn to scale, that shows the major elements of the Hardscape, including house, driveway, sidewalk, deck, existing trees and other elements.Talk to us today about your needs. We know how to design and install great hardscape, with very efficient artistic installations for your individual property’s best look.
Hardscape can include paved areas,
driveways, retaining walls, sleeper walls,
stairs, walkways, and any other landscaping
made up of hard wearing materials such as
wood, stone, concrete etc. as opposed to
softscape, the horticultural elements of a
landscape. And we can't forget the TREES.
The statewide average was 91 gallons
per person per day in May 2022.
Usage in the Coachella Valley is much higher.
Three Coachella Valley water districts placed in the top 11 of
about 400 water districts across the state for gallons per day
per residential customer in that year..
HOUSE HARDSCAPE LANDSCAPING EXAMPLES
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How Hardscaping Helps to Achieve a More Sustainable and
Stylish Frontyard and Backyard Space,
and less Cost. Especially Landscaping Monthly Labor.
Hardscaping consists of man-made features, like paths or
walls, incorporated into landscape architecture. Paved
roads, driveways, pathways, fountains, patios, and decks
are all elements found in backyard hardscapes. Hardscape
materials often include concrete, wood, stone, brick,
metal, gravel, boulders, mulch and pottery.
The most appealing benefit of backyard
hardscapes is the very limited amount of maintenance they
require. Once you create the design of your choosing, your
backyard is set for years to come. That means no watering,
mowing, pruning, snipping or trimming is needed.
Especially in areas where drought is
common, hardscaping is a great solution to fight water
waste. Instead of spilling out gallons and gallons of
water to maintain your lawn, plants and flowers, a
backyard hardscape allows you to go water-free. Plus, you
won’t have to fret over your plants dying or your grass
fading to a dingy brown.
#3 Increase Property Value
Filling your backyard with hardscape material can increase
the value of your property. By creating an outdoor
extension to your home, you add more usable square footage
and the opportunity for potential buyers to envision
themselves relaxing and entertaining in the space. In
fact, 84 percent of buyers look for an outdoor patio when
purchasing a home.
#4 Extend Entertainment Space
The deck and patio space is an extension of the home,
especially in the warmer months. Incorporating a backyard
hardscape will significantly increase your family’s
outdoor experience with more room to sit and enjoy the
outdoors. Create a pathway to a fire pit or even an
outdoor kitchen to make your backyard the ultimate
#5 Add Dimension
goodbye to the flat, wide-open backyard of yesteryear.
With a little hardscaping, you can add multiple dimensions
to your yard with differing levels, defined edges and
weaving walkways to create quite the visually appealing
space. On top of that, courtyard walls, pergolas, fences
and stone boundary lines all add privacy from nearby
#6 Reduce Erosion
effectively, hardscaping materials can reduce potential
erosion. By placing barriers in the form of stone or
concrete in areas where erosion is likely, you can keep
your ground intact for years to come.
We can't forget the back of the House.
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