In continuation of our last blog, here are even more tips on how to create the perfect hardscaping design! As we previously stated, planning is one of the most crucial aspects of creating a stunning hardscaping design. Here are even more planning tips to make sure that you end up with the best commercial hardscaping possible!
Choose the Right Elements
When working with a professional to come up with your design, you want to take into account the natural elements of your space. Boulders are a common landscaping design element, but so many boulders look out of place. If your boulder is placed on top of a flat surface with nothing around it, it looks unnatural. On the other hand, making sure your boulder is inset into the ground a bit makes it look more naturally occurring. The presence of foliage can also aid the effect of your hardscaping. Shrubs and flowerbeds are a great way to frame and draw attention to your hardscaping. Just make sure to hire a gardener for maintenance.
Choose the Right Building Materials
If you want your business to have a distinct, professional style that clients associate with your business, then it’s important to select a style and keep it consistent throughout your design. A great way to create a dynamic design is to pick two or three building materials that are made of different materials, colors, or textures but that also coordinate well with each other. This gives your hardscaping a little variance to capture the attention of passersby.
Stumped? Consult a Professional!
You want to make sure that your hardscaping design suits your business and will not have any design flaws. Whenever you have any questions, feel free to talk to your professional masonry contractor! Talking to a professional can help you to solve problems and even come up with better ideas.
Get In Touch With DelPrete Masonry Today
While there are many other materials that we use at DelPrete Masonry, we’re not about to abandon concrete anytime soon. It has proven its worth many times over and we know that we can bring you a solid masonry structure with it. To find out more about your masonry options including the environmental benefits of concrete restoration, please contact our office today at 410-683-0650 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. We serve Baltimore City, County, Harford County, Carroll County, Anne Arundel County, and Howard County.