Landscaping & Design

Landscape & Outdoor Design

One of the areas we have a huge amount of experience and passion for is landscaping and garden design. We have built outdoor kitchens of all styles and calibers, and Edri Construction is well positioned to offer our clients the full roster of landscaping services and expertise.

The front yard may be the showpiece of your landscape, but the backyard is all your own, a sanctuary for relaxation, entertaining and play. If your backyard could use a facelift, don’t make the mistake of slapping a patio down here and a garden border there as time and budget allow. Instead, consider the space holistically, from how you want to use the yard to how much time you want to spend working in it.

Edri Construction will be pleased to help guide you through the myriad of questions and challenges presented by each individual build / project.


Ask yourself some basic questions.
What do you want out of the yard—a playground for kids, a cozy retreat, and an entertaining patio? 

What materials do you like—brick pavers, water, sustainable plants? “Dream a little, then see what you can afford and have time to maintain.”

Take Stock of the Property

Do a walk-around and consider what you like and don’t like about the space.

Make a list of what’s salvageable (the 100-year-old oak tree) and what’s not (a sagging, rotten deck), as well as how permanent storage (shed, garage, etc.) is positioned and whether it needs to be moved or camouflaged.

Know the Rules

Your city or homeowner’s association may have specific regulations, like maximum fence height or projects that require permits. “Know what’s allowed before you begin work, because if you break the rules and get caught, not only will you have to take down your project, but there will be fines involved.”

Make a Plan, on Paper

A plan provides a birds-eye view of your overall project, which can then be implemented logically in steps. Designers often draw bubbles to represent generic spaces like a patio, playground, garage and pool, then link the bubbles together with pathways, lawn areas and gardens.

Look at the relationships between spaces, then draw them to scale. Each individual space should flow into the next, moving people from the front yard to back, from a primary patio to a secondary patio.


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