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JDL Landscapes Garden Design


Garden design is all about making your visions a reality, this is why every garden renovation needs a pre-drawn plan! The plan starts with the perfect garden design, this way you as the customer has a better understanding and peace of mind of how your new garden will look before any landscaping work is undertaken. 
No garden design is set in stone until you as the customer are 100% satisfied.
garden is an investment and needs to be right for you, so set some time aside to work out a realistic budget and what you would like to include in your garden space before making a final decision on the design.


1. Initial Consultation
Every enquiry requires an initial garden visit. This is a great opportunity for me to meet you and discuss any ideas and a budget. While on site I can get a good feel for the project size and take measurements of the area.
At this stage it is quite important to talk about a budget for the garden, this way I can quote a price based on the provided budget. It maybe worth decreasing your maximum budget total slightly incase any extra funds are required further down the line.

2. Rough Design
After the initial meet, I will go away and come up with a rough design using the ideas we have discussed in the first initial visit. This design can either be emailed or another site visit can be arranged to discuss the new design.
Any design changes are best made at this stage.

3. Quote
Once a rough design and the garden budget has been agreed, I will provide a full written quote briefly explaining each stage of the job, and a rough estimate of materials, plant hire, waste management and labour costs.

 Final Design
If you are happy with the quote, using the latest design software, a final detailed drawing of your new garden will be created and emailed over to you.
This way you can get a good visual and be 100% satisfied with how your new garden will look.

If you are happy with the quote and final garden drawing, and email confirmation has been received, a booking deposit of £100 will be invoiced
and a 
provisional start date can be agreed and booked in.

Unfortunately jobs can over-run, so before the time approaches, contact will be made by myself to keep you updated on a more accurate start date.
One week before the agreed start date, a materials invoice will be sent over so all materials, plant hire and waste management can be arranged prior to starting the job.

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