Rob Desjardins is the owner of Las Vegas’ Desert Springs Landscaping, LLC. The company offers landscaping service and installation in Southern Nevada including Las Vegas, Summerlin, North Las Vegas, Green Valley and Henderson.
Ugh. Ever have that feeling when it comes to your landscaping? We know it is common place among homeowners. Many times, we get wrapped up into the challenges of landscaping. It can be daunting. What do we want our landscape to be? What plants out of the thousands should we choose? Who will maintain it if I can’t? Will it survive our weather? So many questions …
But we all need to sometimes take a step back and think about the positives of what a beautiful, well-maintained landscaped yard can mean to our everyday living situation. And since I am in the industry, I am continually learning and reading about every aspect of the landscaping industry. And recently I came across an excellent landscaping article from DreamLandscaping.com.
The landscaping experts at this website identified the following landscaping advantages: landscaping increases labor productivity, landscaping helps people recover faster, landscaping helps air purification, landscaping is good for energy savings, landscaping can increase property value, and landscaping can provide privacy and home security.
Since home values are at the top of everyone’s minds these days, I thought it important to focus in on that advantage for this blog. “Landscaping can hugely enhance the sales appeal of a property thereby increasing the overall property value,” write the experts at DreamLandscaping.com. “The factors that seem to contribute in increasing the property values include greenery, walkways, arches, patios, decks and ponds.”
Basically, this breaks down to curb appeal. First impressions are everything, and if your home has curb appeal, that means you have beautiful and quality landscaping. And if you accent that front yard appeal with a welcoming environment provided by your backyard landscaping, you definitely will increase the value of your home. And, even if you aren’t selling anytime soon, if your landscape adds to your home value, it also means it is adding to your everyday living environment in a most positive way.
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Thanks for reading and please feel free to email me with questions or comments at firstname.lastname@example.org about any aspect of Las Vegas landscaping.—Rob D.Tags: Landscape, Las Vegas