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Don’t want Hardscaping lawn features? Think Again!

By admin | April 7th, 2016 | No Comments

 

Hardscaping involves the addition of various objects or materials like concrete, wood, cement, stone to improve the current look of your lawn, garden or back yard. It is just a smaller part of landscaping- which includes the other natural elements. People prefer to get Landscaping companies to decorate their home with a mix of both to add a relaxing atmosphere to their homes. Here are some interesting facts about it:

 

  • Unlike plants, trees and shrubs- elements used in Los Angeles homes with hardscape are not alive and don’t require mowing, sun, water and additional care. Non living objects require basic upkeep and are cost effective decorations.
  • It is used to make lawns and gardens more accessible, especially during rainy weather. Adding a concrete drive ways or a path means that your shoes won’t get muddy. They’re especially great for lawn parties.
  • You can add a personal touch by creating visual diversity, depth or texture. In place of a lawn that’s completely green, you can add hard lines, dry resistant plants, and dimensions that add visual appeal. Can’t decide on Decomposite granite vs grass areas? -Add both!!
  • Hardscaping features can reduce erosion effects on your lawn if they are placed correctly.
  • The use of themed and natural elements or hardscape on your los angeles property can increase its overall value- this includes the kind of hardscaping that’s done. These features are permanent and weather resistant, unlike plants.
  • Adding walls, fences are a good idea for privacy, security and safely marking boundaries between closely spaced properties.
  • Your kinds can enjoy the view or be outside for longer with the addition of a patio, tree house or porch. Some families even add a small kitchen, arbor or seating areas for parties and barbeques.   

 

These are just a few ideas about the kind of landscaping that you can do. Contact the Rainforest LA Company at http://rainforestla.com/ to see more interesting ways to reinvent your lawn, water preservation tips and competitive pricing on lawn care.