After being in business for so many years, we often hear our potential customers asking us if financing is available for their landscape project. We answer them simply: Yes, it absolutely is.
During our initial contact and home visit with our customers, we go over details of what they want done in their landscape. We go over ideas they’ve thought about, pictures on Pinterest they’ve seen, what their timeline is and, of course, their budget. When facing a potentially large landscaping bill, it’s important to know that you have more than one option when it comes to taking care of your project’s finances.
- You can finance your landscape project in full, or finance a portion of it if you have cash for the rest. We work with multiple lenders to give you a great rate on whatever amount of your project you want to finance. It is not uncommon for these loans to be in 48 to 72 month increment agreements.
- You can pay for your landscaping in phases. When doing a large overhaul of your landscape, the project can often be done in phases, year to year. For example, it is possible to get all of your concrete and hardscape work finished one year and have your landscaper return the following year to put in your fence, sprinklers and grass. With projects that are on a larger scale the phasing can be more complicated, but nothing is impossible.
At Countryside Landscapes we have years of experience in working with individuals and families that finance their projects. These people get their funds during our “Preparation Phase” of their project (see our #3 Article on “How Long Will My Landscape Take to Be Put In?” to see when this phase is in the entire process and how it plays into the big picture) and make payments when certain milestones are hit throughout the project. If you have plans in mind to get you and your family the landscape you deserve and funds aren’t at your disposal right now, give us a call and we will walk you through the process of knowing first how much your landscape will cost and second how to get financing secured.