Landscaping Topics

From designing a master plan design that is pleasing and enjoyable, to employing technology to help you with management and all the budgeting questions in between, Garpiel Group is your land care specialist. Check out some of the latest in considerations when creating your outdoor haven:

Game-Changing Landscape Designs

If you fail to plan, you plan to fail. This is true when it comes to designing landscape projects. Your project is only as good as your plan. As technology has changed over the last few years Garpiel Group has invested in new, game-changing landscape design software. Because of that investment we are now able to provide clients with a basic black & white 2D plan, a full-color 2D plan or a life-like, realistic 3D plan.

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Trees Provide Beauty and Add Value to Property

Most people are familiar with the benefits that trees add to our environment. Trees play a vital role in converting carbon dioxide into oxygen, helping reduce noise and providing shade for your home. Some people, however, may be unaware of the hidden values of trees.

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Landscape Technology Gets Smart

Technology today is truly amazing. You can open your garage, turn on and off lights, adjust the thermostat in your home, all while being miles or thousands of miles away from home. In the landscape business there is a similar blend of technology that has become very popular.

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Creating Curb Appeal

Have you ever pulled into your driveway and looked at your landscape with disappointment? And then you realize that you just don’t have the time, knowledge or resources to remove those old, overgrown shrubs, add season-long color, refresh your mulch or add accent lighting to your landscape?

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Return on Investment

Landscaping adds to property value and the curb appeal of your home. According to multiple studies, including a study done by Michigan State in 2005, the average value of the home increases 6 to 12 percent with the addition of a good landscape.

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Outdoor Feature Options

Today’s landscapes are more than just strategically placed plants and fresh mulch; they’re an extension of the ground floor of your home. With outdoor kitchens, audio/video entertainment, and fire and water features, the possibilities are endless.

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