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Planning & Design

Planning & Design

Every year, property owners across Canada set their sights on building up their ideal outdoor space. In reality, very few homeowners follow through on these daydreams. Procrastination is common but when it comes to green spaces and construction projects, every day counts! The 2019 planting and landscaping season might be over but that does not mean that you have to wait for months to create a plan for your own personal oasis. The experts at Eenie Meenie Miny Mow! are able to not only execute bigger, more complex projects but they can plan them as well.

Pre-Planning: The First Step to Success

There is no end to what a strong imagination can think up. Anything from a simple water feature to a gazebo or even a jungle gym can make a property pop but poor planning makes it into a flop. Whether you are wanting to update a single, unattached house, strata property or commercial space, each one has its own individual needs and quirks. Just because you want a fountain or pond doesn’t make it realistic. Instead of tolerating your outdoor space or wasting time and money on trial and error, have an expert walk you through the ins and outs of placement, planning and construction.

Placement: The first step to proper yard design is to know exactly what it is that you want. Managing green spaces is far different than landscaping projects. By working closely with clients, our specialists can create a plan that is functional, practical and visually appealing.

Planning & Design: Building up garden beds requires more than a trip to the hardware store for supplies. Instead of collecting materials and beginning a job before discussing it with an expert can be a waste of time and money. By having a member of the Eenie Meenie Miny Mow! team assess your space, you can get ahead through a bit of proper understanding. For greenery, the choice of plants and where they can grow properly means the difference between wilted plants and thriving ones.

Construction: There is a reason that landscape contractors exist. Larger projects require proper foundations, the right sort of materials and the right sort of safety measures. Skipping just one step in the process can mean unnecessary damage or a health hazard. Save yourself the time (and slivers!) by having a professional get the job done right the first time.

Just because first frosts have come and gone or your property has seen its first snow fall, doesn’t mean that it is too late to look to the future. Instead of delaying your projects, be ready for them!

Planning & Design