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 Our Process


 GETTING STARTED 

  • Send us the contact form under the home page tab "Contact Us" or an email and we will schedule a no-cost on-site consultation. 
  • We will meet with you to discuss your goals for the landscape project.  We will show you photographs of similar projects that L.I.D. has completed and suggest possible design solutions. 
  • To initiate work on your project, we will execute a simple Retainer Agreement and have you provide a small deposit. 
  • Using a survey of your property that you provide, we will do a thorough inventory of existing hardscape, plants, elevations, irrigation system, and other site improvements. 
  • You will complete an online questionnaire to communicate your goals, style, color preferences, and all the landscape elements you want. 
  • We will create design concepts.  Then, we will meet with you to discuss design concepts and preliminary cost estimates. Changes that result from this review will be noted. 
  • A final Master Plan drawing set and Final Landscape Bid will be created and provided to you. The drawing set will include a demolition plan, hardscape plan, planting plan and irrigation and lighting plan as appropriate. 
  • Following any minor changes that are needed, we will provide a Landscape Services Contract for the work.  When the contract is signed your project will be put on the construction schedule and materials will be ordered. 
  • One of our expert three to four-man crews will build your project with the supervision of our landscape architect and general manager.  If any subcontractors are involved, we will schedule and supervise their work as well. 
  • You will enjoy your new outdoor living space for years to come.

 


LINKS TO HELPFUL INFORMATION

This site has a wealth of info and tips on topics from horticulture and gardening to health issues, and from family matters to financial matters.
Colorado State University Cooperative Extension

At this site, a group effort program by Denver Water, Denver Botanic Gardens, CSU, and the Green Industry, you'll find helpful and descriptive listings of the best and interesting drought-tolerant plants for gardening in our Colorado conditions.
 
Plant Select

Take a glance for a virtual "escape" to nature's canvas of plants and wildlife.  Or go to the actual Botanic Gardens for a real escape for the senses.
The Denver Botanic Gardens


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L.I.D. Landscapes

3131 North 75th Street

Boulder, Colorado 80301

 

Phone: (303) 440-7833

E-mail: info@lidlandscapes.com
Fax: (303) 440-6041