Leaving the landscape planning for later can spell aesthetic and practical problems. Incorrect elevations, for example, can lead to expensive drainage problems that would require retaining walls or seepage tanks to fix, which in turn will subtract from the outside appeal of the home. Not consulting with an NJ landscape design expert may also result to the destruction of flora around the property; this could be avoided if the landscape is taken into consideration before the building process begins. Such conflicts between plans and execution can be costly in terms of materials, man-hours, and design alterations.
With these potential issues, involving skilled NJ landscape designers such as Tapestry Landscape Architecture from the very start of a project not only would make the owner’s vision for the home clearer, but will also enhance the harmony between the house and its surrounding property.