The Glass Door to Nowhere
How many times have you driven by subdivisions built in the last 10 years and seen a square glass sliding door that promises a 12-foot drop to anyone who walks through it? It’s underlined by a wood board, that remains there, unused, years after the home is built. Sure, it’s unsightly, but it also poses a hazard. You wonder how it must feel knowing your house is unfinished. Don’t let your outdoor living space haunt you years down the road. Save both time and money on your ideal new home landscape by completing it when you build.
One-time Landscaping Means Cost Savings
The most important benefit of doing an all-in-one installation for your new home landscape is cost. Setting aside money to do your landscaping now can save you money and headaches later. You might be thinking, “I’m spending so much on a new home already, how can I justify spending more on a landscape job?”.
Your new home Landscape is a blank slate. Literally a dirt patch that you can mold to your personal wants and needs. This means ease of access for crews. Also, not having to remove existing landscape features & replace sod damaged by equipment. Therefore, work can proceed more quickly and costs you less in labor.
You also don’t have to worry that Barry the gnome will accidentally get knocked over, or your grandmother’s heirloom rose bush gets pulled out by mistake. A good contractor will take care when navigating your site, but accidents can happen. Protect your cherished family friend Barry, and do your new home landscape all at once.
Enjoy your new home Landscape Today
Life can be hectic, and projects like your new home landscaping can often be put on the back burner. However, taking care of your landscaping on the front end means you get to expand the usable space on your property and start enjoying it immediately. Have your housewarming party spill out onto your deck and patio and then move to the warmth of your custom fire pit when it starts to get dark.
Builder Financing and Discounts
Your builder may offer special financing or even have discounted rates on landscaping if you use one of their preferred contractors. These deals can mean major costs savings up front. Talk to your builder early about what benefits they can provide.
Buying and coordinating the building of a new home in Minnesota can be draining and hectic. A landscape contractor like Landscapes Unlimited can give you all the guidance you need. They will help you account for all of the little details, from irrigation and soil amendments to custom finishes.