Consultation: The landscaper will schedule a consultation with you to discuss your needs and preferences, as well as to assess the condition of your property and any specific challenges or opportunities that may be present.
Design: Based on the information gathered during the consultation, the landscaper will create a design plan for your property, including drawings and detailed descriptions of the proposed work.
Cost estimate: The landscaper will provide you with a cost estimate for the proposed work, including the cost of materials, labor, and any other expenses that may be incurred.
Signing a contract: Once you are satisfied with the design plan and cost estimate, you will be asked to sign a contract outlining the scope of work, the timeline, and the payment terms.
Pre-construction: Before the work begins, the landscaper will prepare the site and ensure that all necessary permits are obtained.
Construction: The landscaper will begin the construction process, which may include grading, planting, installing hardscaping features, and other tasks.
Maintenance: Once the construction is complete, the landscaper will provide you with guidance on how to maintain your new landscape, which may include recommendations for watering, fertilizing, and pruning.
Communication: The landscaper should keep you informed throughout the process, providing updates on the progress of the work and addressing any concerns or issues that may arise.
It's important to keep in mind that the specific steps may vary depending on the size and complexity of the project, and the specific services that you have hired the landscaper for. Clear communication with your landscaper, and understanding their process, will help ensure that your project is completed to your satisfaction.