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Q. Do you have any immediate availability for 2023?

We have availability to start within 2-months.  If this timeline would suit for your landscaping project, please send us your project details via the Contact form and we will be in touch. Thanks!

Q. Which areas do you service?

We are located in Winmalee, so we service all areas of the Blue Mountains, Hawkesbury and greater Penrith areas.

Q. Does your licence cover landscaping projects over $20,000?

Yes, it certainly does – Luke and the team are fully licenced for all construction projects over $20,000 as required by Home Building Compensation Act? This is a special condition on the license to cover large projects.

Q. Does your landscaper need to have insurance?

Yes, it is important for you to verify the landscape company’s insurance is valid and they have adequate coverage for the type of works they will undertake with your landscaping project. You never want companies to be working on your property without insurance.

If there is an incident and the company have no insurance, then it is you – the homeowner who ends up paying for any damages.

To verify insurance details, ask to see a copy of the landscape company insurance policy and if further clarification is required, contact the insurer direct to advise the status of the policy coverage. Once you are sure that the coverage is valid, you can proceed with engaging the landscape company.


Q. Does a landscaper need to be licensed?

Tradespeople and builders carrying out residential building work valued at more than $5,000, must be licensed by NSW Fair Trading.

Q. Do you know how to check if your NSW landscaper has a valid license?

You can check the company license validity with the NSW Fair Trading association via this link:
Visit and find out what the licensing requirements for landscaping are in your state or territory. Licensing requirements vary from state to state. For example, in NSW, a Landscaping license is required for work costing over $5,000. In your state, the regulations may be different.

Q. Have you heard of the Consumer Building Guide?

Builders and tradespeople must give you a copy of this guide before entering into a contract for residential building work that costs more than $5,000. Read this guide to help protect your rights, carry out your responsibilities and support your building project.

Q. What factors can influence the actual price of your landscaping project?

Pricing components to take into consideration are;

  • the complexity of the job
  • the size of the project
  • the site location and condition
  • features required
  • plants choices (type and size)
  • material selections

All of these variants make it difficult to put a general cost of landscaping together as each project needs to be quoted on the specifics for that individual job.

 Q. Are there any ways that you can reduce the cost of your landscaping project?

 Here are a few things to consider to reduce costs if you need to meet your budget. You could:

  • Look to reduce the design features in your landscape plan, and stick to the basics
  • Consider doing the landscaping project in multiple stages, as your budget allows
  • Select lower cost materials where practical (your landscaper can advise on options)
  • Buy smaller, less established plants (less impact initially but same end result with correct maintenance)

Q. How can I work out a rough estimate of what my landscaping project will cost?

One way of calculating a rough budget expectation for landscaping, we tell our clients, is to factor in around 10-15% of your home’s current value for front and backyard (not building cost, the current VALUE of the property). For example, if your home is currently valued at $900,000, then we’d recommend a landscaping budget of $90,000 to $135,000 to be appropriate.

Q. Will investing in landscaping your property add to the value of your home?

Yes, generally speaking, investing in professional residential landscaping will significantly add to the value of your home as well as giving you a beautiful space to live in.

Great idea to also get in touch with your local real estate agent to advise on the value landscaping would add to your property specifically. If you are looking at spending $100,000 in landscaping to makeover your $900K property – will this increase the property value to over $1m afterwards? They will know!

If you have any further questions to ask regarding your landscaping requirements, please head to our Contact form to log your details and we will be in touch.

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We are fully licensed and insured to work on your property, including for projects over $20,000 (as required by Home Building Compensation Fund).

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