Your Questions, Our Expertise
Frequently Asked Questions
Exploring our FAQs grants you insight into how our garden design process works, what services we offer, and the common queries we receive from our valued clients. This page is dedicated to answering the most commonly asked questions that may guide you in creating the garden of your dreams. Please browse through our answers and don’t hesitate to contact us if you need additional clarification or information.
No matter how big or small the project is, it is always worth having some form of design plan drawn up, even if it is a simple sketch. This will allow you to visualise the layout and discuss your ideas before the process build starts. Remember we have a vast amount of experience and we can help by showing examples of how best to achieve your dream space.
Think about having your garden landscaped like having a new kitchen installed. The cost usually starts at around £5,000 + VAT and can rise above this depending on the size of the garden and your design ambitions. Planting costs can often vary considerably, but you should allow for 15% of the project build depending on what you want.
Each garden is different and the time it takes depends on the amount of work involved, please contact us for a more accurate idea and to discuss options.
A well-landscaped designed garden can be an asset to your property, and research suggests shows that it may improve the value by up to 10%.
We rely on our past client’s to best describe the quality of our work and value for money. As quality is important too, we may not be the cheapest but we are competitive and focus on quality across every detail, as your garden needs to endure for a long time and it needs to cope with seasonal change. We are a highly professional, approachable team and keep to our word. Our business has been built on word of mouth so our customers happiness is highly important to us.
Yes of course, unless you ask for alternative arrangements. We also recycle wherever possible.
Taylored Gardens will do our utmost to cause as little disruption to your day-to-day life as possible. However, this does depend hugely on access to your garden and the amount and type of work being carried out.