It’s important to know where the landscaper is getting their materials. You have to know how you take care of the plants, especially if you opt out for regular maintenance. You also need to know if the price will fluctuate.
The landscaper must understand what their clients want for their home. They can help guide and recommend designs, but ultimately what you decide needs to be what happens.
As a professional, the landscaper should be able to give you an estimation of how long the entire project could take. Obviously, things can happen to delay the project. If that happens, the landscaper should be able to recover as quickly as possible.
You should be given information about who to contact during the process. If you’re noticing something not looking right during the installation, contact your landscaper sooner rather than later. It’s easier to change things around while everything is being installed, rather than at the very end.
You’ll want to know how often the landscaping crew will be on your property. Not just for the project itself, but for safety reasons. A schedule should be set in place beforehand that includes what will happen with bad weather and more.