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How to Prepare for A Paver Walkway Installation

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Simple Steps to Make Your Walkway Installation Easier

You’ve decided to hire a professional landscaper to conduct your paver walkway installation. You’re excited to see your landscape include, but may not be sure about what you should consider. Worry less by following these three suggestions below.

Get Utility Lines Marked

Call Utility Companies

While utility lines usually don’t run through a front yard, some homes may have a right-of-way easement that allows providers to run wire through your property. Before we come to your home, we need to know if there are any electricity, telecommunications, or gas lines running where we need to dig. Call 811 approximately two to three days before we come to get your lines marked, and that all affected utility providers have marked any underground utilities.

Evaluate Your Grounds

Walkway Installation Hillsborough Township NJ

Think of where you’d like your path to be. Lay out a garden house where you think it should go and walk through it. If you find that an area ponds after a heavy rain, it may not be the best spot for a hardscape. If you’re unsure if your vision can become a reality, you can always ask one of our professional landscapers during your estimate request where they think the best path would be.

Think About What Can Compliment Your New Walkway

Landscape Around Paved Walkway

Have you thought about landscape lighting to go along your walkway? How about other flowers and plants surrounding it? If you have extra money in your budget after you receive an estimate, think about these features as they can enhance your overall property value and curb appeal. An aesthetically pleasing landscape starts with what surrounds your walkway.