Green Giant has been designing and installing landscapes in the North Bay since 2004. Hallmarks of our services include unique, eye-catching, curb-appealing garden designs. Our crews are experienced in all facets of installation from drainage and irrigation systems to planting flower beds and even large, mature trees in the landscape. Here’s our process for beginning projects:
- Onsite visit – Review current landscape status. Determine basic changes, including removal of current landscaping (if any), take measurements and review current irrigation and drainage systems (if any).
- Discovery – We meet with you to determine your goals and objectives for your new landscape project. How do you plan to use the space? What’s your budget and proposed timeframe? What types of landscapes appeal most to you: lush, minimalist, tropical, desert?
- Proposal – We’ll develop a design and proposal for your review. Once approved, the work can begin.
- Preparation – Our crews will remove items that no longer belong in your new landscape. They’ll also begin preparation to install drainage, irrigation systems, and foundations for hardscaping.
- Installation – Here’s the fun part: Seeing your landscape transformed into the garden of your dreams!
Our crews are mindful of the disruption to your life and space while bringing in installation equipment, supplies and the noise of construction. They respect your property and make every effort to meet your specific needs, tidying up and cleaning after each day’s work progress.
Best of all, upon completion, you’ll be dazzled by the result. Unlike building or remodeling a home’s interior or exterior, landscapes take time to grow in. You’ll need a little imagination to envision that newly planted Azalea as a full-grown bush or the ground cover plants spaced apart before they have time to grow into a carpet of green. This means you’ll have time to enjoy the anticipation and development of a mature garden (not unlike seeing your kids grow up from infancy)!
How can we help you achieve your landscape dreams?