How Garden Landscapers Can Use Garden Decking to Make Your Green Spaces Great
- Author Deborah Wilkinson
- Published May 9, 2012
- Word count 462
Great gardens let you enjoy your open spaces without having to do too much work. Garden landscapers can direct and control your green spaces so you can get maximum enjoyment from them without having to put in too much work in your precious spare time – when frankly you would be much happier sitting around reading the newspaper and drinking a nice glass of Chardonnay!
Garden decking is a great way to add an easy-to-maintain, natural look ambience to your outside spaces. Decking is made of wood, so it feels natural and looks right. It’s usually raised, so you have an unimpeded view of the rest of your garden. And because it’s treated for weather and microbe exposure it pretty much looks after itself – all you need to do is sweep or pressure hose it every now and again and have it re-treated once a year.
Garden landscapers can fit your garden decking into an overall scheme designed to create a perfect haven, where you can relax and watch the world go by – or entertain your friends, perhaps, with an al fresco dinner party. To create a place like this your landscapers will look at the overall area of your outside space, the access to and from the house and the view you and your guests will enjoy while using your decking. In some cases it makes more sense to put the garden decking off the back of the house (effectively making a sort of wooden patio); in others, it’s better for your garden landscapers to create a freestanding decking area at the other end of your garden, where it is completely surrounded by greenery and plants.
The actual anatomy of your decking installation is up to you, defined as ever by desires and budget. A straightforward garden decking installation is simply a wooden area on which you can sit, or place garden furniture. At the other end of the spectrum your garden landscapers can create an outdoor Jacuzzi bath complete with plants in pots and a changing area. Your imagination and the size of your wallet is all that separates you from relaxing under the stars with a bottle of bubbly, a loved one and a luxurious steaming bath.
One great simple tip to make your garden decking area exotic is to have earth beds underneath it, with Hawaiian style outdoor torches staked into it. The safe flaming torches or garden candles can be incorporated into your garden landscapers’ plans, or you can add them yourself once the garden decking installation is complete.
With precious leisure time at more of a premium than ever before, your free hours should be spent in total relaxation. With a decking installation, you can enjoy the weather and the greenery whenever you like.
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