Design process:

At David Crowder Landscapes we believe that a good design will make full use of your garden space, incorporating enhancing elements to suit your individual needs.

In-house designer

We have our own in-house designer who is Merrist Wood College trained to the highest standard in design and construction and we also work on recommendation with a number of garden designers. We understand the use of design principles, materials, lighting and how they can be used to get the best from your garden as well as understanding what is feasible from a construction and budget point of view.

Having the designer in-house means he is always available to you, the client, and to our workforce on site so any problems can be sorted out as efficiently as possible without hold-ups.

Meet the team

Once you have made contact with us we will send our designer round for a free of charge meeting where you will discuss your requirements and talk about the range of different materials, shapes, styles, structures and budget.

To help the process and enable you to visualise the end result we will show you samples of materials, brochures and pictures of previously completed jobs. From all the information gathered and a detailed site survey, we will be able to draw up a scaled outline plan. At this stage, any changes and amendments can be made. Then with your consent, we will draw a scaled, coloured master plan with any cross sections or construction details needed. If a full garden makeover is required a detailed planting plan can also be produced.
From these plans your garden will be transformed with imagination and fair by David Crowder Landscapes.