Landscape Contractors in UAE
About Landscape Contractors
Landscaping is defined as the process of making changes to a particular area of land for aesthetic or practical reasons. Changes are made in three categories such as plants, structures, and terrain. Landscaping includes the planting of different trees and plants to beautify the surrounding and to preserve the environment, altering the terrain through grading, backfilling, mounding, and terracing, and the construction of decks, patio covers, walls, fences, raised planters and other built features.
A landscape contractor performs necessary functions to create a customized landscape. They specialize in creating or refurbishing a surrounding that is more aesthetically pleasing. He or she may design, plan, and develop the landscape, and also plant flowers, trees, and shrubs. A landscape contractor would advise clients on the right type of plants that would suit the surroundings and provide sketches or photos for the approval of the client.
Landscape contractors also make use of software to give their clients an idea of how their surroundings would look after the project has been completed. Some software is also capable of time progression, which enables landscape contractors to give their clients a picture of how their surroundings would look after several years when the trees and plants have grown. A landscape contractor is also skilled in the construction of various types of water features such as ponds, waterfalls, and manmade streams. The contractor could come up with proper drainage solutions if there is a drainage problem on the land and install French drains, culverts, and other solutions.
Some of the popular locations in UAE to get in touch with landscape contractors are Al Quoz 2 and port Saeed in Dubai and Mussafah and Salam street in Abu Dhabi. Landscaping has the following economic, environmental and social benefits: it increases the value of your home, reduces heating and cooling costs, controls erosion, and reduces evaporation and soil degradation, and creates green buffer zones which increase the livability of a community.