I have always been one of those people who loves to create a warm, inviting atmosphere for others, which is why I started looking at landscaping design in the first place. It was incredible to me to see how much of a difference I was able to make by adding a few new plants, and after that first project, I wanted to help other people. I started volunteering to help friends and neighbors do their landscaping, and after a few months, I had developed quite a following. This blog is all about creating a warm, inviting yard through smart landscaping and an eye for detail.
As you prepare to list your home for sale, you want to do as much as you can to improve its appearance, both indoors and outdoors. While some decluttering, decorating, and cleaning can improve the interior of your home, take a critical look at the nature of your yard to evaluate what it might need. Privacy is important for many homeowners, and if your yard lacks privacy, this may be an obstacle to selling your home at your desired price. There's still time to fix this issue — you can hire a landscaping professional to improve the property's privacy in a variety of ways. Here are some suggestions.
Plant A Hedge
A hedge can be a perfect way to improve the privacy of your property, and can be planted in a variety of different locations. If you want to improve the privacy of your backyard, your landscaping professional can plant the hedge parallel to the street and across the front of your side yard. If a neighbor's home has a direct line of sight to your front door, a small hedge planted in the proper location in your front yard can be suitable. Finally, if you don't currently have a fence between your front yard and your neighbor's yard, a fence that runs parallel to your driveway can add privacy.
Build A Fence
It's ideal to hire a landscaping company that also tackles hardscape projects such as fencing. This way, the company can look after any natural vegetation projects that you may wish to have completed, while also building a privacy fence for you. Fences can instantly enhance the privacy of any yard, and work well across the front, back, or either side of your property. If you have an existing fence that leaves a little to be desired, the company can repair or replace it.
Plant Some Trees
Trees are also ideal for providing privacy, and while their benefits won't occur right away, prospective buyers of your home will appreciate knowing that the newly planted trees will bring privacy as they grow and their foliage thickens. Trees are especially ideal if you have a taller house or even a condo building in an adjacent lot. It's not a nice feeling to think that people positioned above you can look down into your yard, but a landscaping professional like Pattie Group, Inc will be able to plant trees in strategic areas to block these sightlines and give the next owner of your home a high degree of privacy.Share