& Landscape Installation
Landscape Project Management
Perennials, Annuals, Trees, Shrubs
Paver Driveways, Paver Walkways & Paver Patios
- *Certified ICPI Installer*
Natural Stone - Boulders, Flagstone, Limestone
Water Features - Ponds, waterfalls, bubbling
(click here for before and after photos)
Value of Plants and Landscaping
- Landscaping can add between 7 and 15 percent to a home's value. Source:
The Gallup Organization.
- Homes with "excellent" landscaping can expect a sale price about 6 to 7
percent higher than equivalent houses with "good" landscaping, while improving
landscaping from "average" to "good" can result in a 4 to 5 percent increase.
Source: Clemson University.
- Landscaping can bring a recovery value of 100 to 200 percent at selling
time. Kitchen remodeling brings a 75 to 125 percent recovery rate, bathroom
remodeling a 20 to 120 percent recovery rate, and addition of a swimming pool
a 20 to 50 percent recovery rate. Source: Money Magazine.
- A mature tree can often have an appraised value of between $1,000 and
$10,000. Source: Council of Tree and Landscape Appraisers.
- In one study, 99% of real estate appraisers concurred that landscaping
enhances the sales appeal of real estate. Source: Trendnomics, National
- In one study, 83% of Realtors believe that mature trees have a "strong or
moderate impact" on the salability of homes listed for under $150,000; on
homes over $250,000, this perception increases to 98%. Source: American
Forests, Arbor National Mortgage.
- Landscaping can reduce air conditioning costs by up to 50 percent, by
shading the windows and walls of a home. Source: American Public Power
- Trees can reduce bothersome noise by up to 50 percent and can mask
unwanted noises with pleasant sounds. Source: U.S. Environmental Protection
- Trees can reduce temperatures by as much as nine degrees Fahrenheit.
Source: American Forests.
- A single urban tree can provide up to $273 a year in air conditioning,
pollution fighting, erosion and storm water control, and wildlife shelter
benefits. Source: American Forests.
- Top reasons people garden: To be outdoors (44%); to be around beautiful
things (42%); relax and escape the pressures of everyday life (39%); stay
active and get exercise (35%). Source: American Demographics, Roper Report.
Landscape Project Photos - click here!
New Perennial Care
New Tree & Shrub