We work with many West Sussex businesses that are open to the public. From farm shops to garden centres, right through to restaurants and other hospitality venues. It’s part of our job to help them find balance in their commercial landscaping. That’s because there are two types of landscaping; hard landscaping and soft landscaping. And while, as a professional groundworks company, we only offer one of these services, we appreciate the importance of both aspects working together. Read on for more details.
Commercial Landscaping & Finding Balance
What is Soft Landscaping?
The living elements in your outside spaces, like trees, plants, lawns, hedging and shrubs, make up the soft landscape architecture. This landscaping element comes under the remit of your landscape gardener. Still, we are happy to work with them because the success of their vision often depends on the hard landscaping elements that we provide initially. Many of the tasks we complete in a commercial landscaping project will prevent soil erosion and help with water runoff, thereby ensuring your soft landscaping elements are successful.
Hard Landscaping Services:
We refer to our hard landscaping services as external works. They cover landscaping required for practical purposes such as parking and driveways, but they are also a crucial part of the aesthetics of a property.
Patios & Seating Areas
Hard landscaping services can include patios and seating areas for customers and staff in a commercial setting.
We can create or modify the visible features of an area of land to ensure your commercial premises reflect your requirements.
Retaining walls are relatively rigid walls used for supporting the soil mass laterally so that the soil can be kept at different levels on the two sides. The structures are designed to typically retain soil mass and can help terrace or level your outside spaces.
Dedicated pathways guide clients, customers and staff around the external areas of your commercial premises, offering accessibility for all.
So, if you need help with commercial landscaping in West Sussex talk to us about your hard landscaping elements.