There is no set price for how much it will set you back to get your garden landscaped by a professional landscaper. At Kingshill property Solutions, we consider a number of factors when providing a quote to give you an accurate estimate of how much your landscaping will cost. These include the size and shape of your garden, as well as the type of plants and materials you want to use. We also take into account any special features or requests you may have.
What Factors Are Involved
There are many factors involved which can dramatically increase the cost due to several reasons like the number of materials used as well as the amount of added labour for the job to be completed. Please bear in mind all these prices are estimates, for actual quotes, get in touch with us today.
Digging the Ground Up
Firstly, many people choose to dig the ground up in their garden to have a brand new design implanted. Also known as levelling the garden out, you can expect to pay anywhere from £70 an hour for this service as well as pay per square metre for the material you wish to put down on your new flat garden.
Artificial grass is a very popular choice for many people in the UK. This is because a huge garden may take too long to cut whereas a smaller garden means it’s not really worth buying a lawnmower. You should expect to pay around £30-£50 per square metre for grass laying plus the cost of the grass.
New patios are another feature which can increase the cost of your new garden. Patios can vary in cost due to the size and material being used. You can expect to pay anywhere from £1000-£6000 depending on the size of your space. As well as this, you will need to pay labour costs for a workman to install it for you.
If you’re looking to add a water feature to your garden, you need to be aware that it will come at an extra cost. This is because the materials and labour for installing a water feature are more expensive. You can expect to pay around £500 for a small water feature and up to £3000 for a large one.
Fences are a must-have in any garden and they can quickly set you back a few hundred pounds. You can expect to pay anywhere from £400 and up depending on how many fence panels you are going to be needing.
How to Reduce the Cost of Landscaping a Garden
If you’re looking to reduce the cost of landscaping your garden, there are a few things you can do. Firstly, you can choose to do some of the work yourself. This will save you money on labour costs. Secondly, you can choose to use cheaper materials on things like your fencing and patios. Finally, you can choose to landscape a smaller area of your garden rather than the whole thing. It’s also important to get various different quotes from different landscapers in your area.
At KPS Landscaping, we offer a free quote for all our services so that you know exactly how much it will cost before we get started. We understand that everyone’s budget is different and we want to help make your dream garden a reality. Contact us today to find out more.
Landscaping a garden can be a costly endeavour, but it’s definitely worth it in the end. By considering all of the factors involved, you can get an idea of how much it will cost you. Keep in mind that these are just estimates and that prices may vary depending on your location and the landscaper you choose to work with. There are many ways to reduce the cost of landscaping, so don’t let that hold you back from achieving your dream garden! Contact us today for a free quote and we’ll be happy to help.