Archive: Consultation

How to Remove an In-Ground Pool

How to Remove an In-Ground Pool

Want a larger yard? Never go swimming? Don’t have time for the maintenance? Would you rather have a patio or fire pit in place of a pool? There are a few things to think about when you make the decision to remove an in-ground pool, and cost is only one of them. Read on for an overview of the process, what it can cost, and how it can affect the value of your home.

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Increase Your Home’s Resale Value with Landscape Construction

Landscape Construction Project: Backyard Patio

Whether you want to create more back yard enjoyment for your family, or you want to improve your back yard’s appearance for an upcoming sale, consider improving your property with landscape construction. Choose landscape features that you can enjoy now, and will also pay back dividends if and when you decide to sell. Contact New England Enterprises for an expert consultation for your drainage, grading or landscape construction project.

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The Importance of Landscape Construction Project Management

Importance of Landscape Construction Project Management

You’ve finally purchased your dream home and want the property’s landscape to match. Or, now that your kids have finished college, you can finally put in the backyard patio or pool that you’ve always wanted. Or perhaps your business property needs a face lift. Whatever the reason for your project, you may have to rely on landscape professionals such as landscape architects and landscape contractors to guide you through the design and construction process. Once the design process is complete and a contractor is selected, your landscape contractor should initiate the landscape construction project management process.

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Estimate or Consultation? What’s the Difference?

estimate or consultation - what's the difference?

If you’re a home or business owner, chances are that you have requested estimates for repairs to your home or building. You may think that estimates are quick, easy and provided free of charge, which most are. However, if your project involves addressing drainage and/or grading problems, building a retaining wall or excavating for a foundation, you need more than an estimate. You need a consultation with a civil engineer who will ensure that your project is completed as efficiently and safely as possible.

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