Our Process

From concept to completion.

Let’s Get Started -

After receiving your initial enquiry, we’ll book you in for a meeting with our company director, Mitch. This is your opportunity to share your vision for your project.

Mitch will interpret your ideas and start to form a design, offering his own suggestions for your project to reach its full potential.

At this stage, you may already have architectural plans or you may be starting from scratch and need a design drawn up.

During our meeting we’ll discuss materials and look at samples, working together to determine what you do and don’t like so we can create your dream space.

Passionate about landscaping, Mitch will be invested in your project from the very start and will work closely with you throughout the process to ensure its success.

Council Approval –

If your landscaping plans require council approval, we’ll work with you to ensure the design meets all local council requirements, ensuring the success of your project.

Quoting and Design –

After our meeting, we’ll provide you with a detailed and itemised quote. This will also give you a timeline indication, so you know exactly what you’re getting into.

If a design was required, Mitch will present this to you and go over any finer details.

Here, you’ll also have the opportunity to speak to previous clients of ours to help you make our final decision. Mitch will also be available to answer any questions regarding the design or quote.

Where Vision Becomes Reality –

Let the construction begin! Mitch will lead the same professional, polite and personable team over the course of your project.

As the work progresses, you will be able to see the attention to detail and pride we take in producing a high quality product.

We’ll keep you informed and involved throughout every step of the way with constant communication and weekly walk throughs to keep you in the loop, discuss ideas and address any questions or concerns you may have.

Upon completion, your new outdoor space will be ready for you to enjoy.