If you have landscaping needs in the Seaford area, look no further than Radar Landscapes.
We offer an expert landscaping design experience for all manner of residential and commercial properties, working with clients to create outdoor spaces that really make an impact.
“Tim was amazing! He put in a retaining wall and stairs for us. He is a friendly guy who went the extra mile to ensure we were satisfied and definitely met our expectations. Many of our friends have complimented the new additions and asked for his number” – Tina and Peter
What can we offer you?
Maximise your outdoor living! An attractive exterior can make all the difference to your property, not least in terms of its value. Count on the team at Radar Landscapes to look after everything from your garden lawns, to planting, water features and sculptures.
From drainage systems to rock work and laying driveways, Radar Landscapes has the skills and cutting-edge equipment to get the job done to the highest possible standard.
Paving stones are attractive, low maintenance and can provide rich texture and colour to your outdoor space. Whatever type of paved area your garden requires, Radar Landscapes can make it happen.
Our team has extensive experience in decking construction and installation. No matter what type of property you have, we can offer expert advice on the best options and solutions to compliment and get the most out of your space.
Fences, pergolas, retaining walls and bench seating can be attractive and functional. Our people design and build structures to suit and compliment all spaces, while sourcing the best materials to guarantee a long-lasting result.
We’re open Saturdays!
You can depend on us to get the job done to the highest standards, as quickly as possible. That’s why we work six days a week, from Monday to Saturday.
Our Service Guarantee
Our people are committed to offering not only expert landscaping support, but also unmatched levels of customer service. We have developed a strong reputation in Seaford, with loyal clients who trust us to deliver results whenever they have landscaping requirements.
We thrive when coming up with solutions to make the best of your outdoor space, and are committed to providing high quality results at affordable prices. Whatever the job, we promise to leave you with an outdoor space to be proud of.
Why Choose Us?
We are a local Seaford landscaping company known for creating impactful outdoor spaces that are beautiful and functional. We are well-skilled in traditional and contemporary styles, making the most of available spaces, and really creating an impression.
With our extensive knowledge of plants and materials, we take into consideration conditions and locations to ensure all solutions are best-suited to their specific environments.
On top of priding ourselves on the quality of our workmanship, we are highly creative. We know what looks good AND what will suit your particular space, meaning we’re in a great position to get results.
We pride ourselves on offering high levels of professionalism across all landscaping services. Our experienced team will work with you to identify what you want to achieve, and will map out the steps required to make it happen.
Our clients depend on us for an expert opinion. Whatever questions you have, we are ready to answer them. We’ll provide realistic recommendations to suit every budget and timeframe.
Design your dream landscape
Whether you have a firm vision of how you want your outdoor space to look, or need some fresh ideas, advice and inspiration, you really can’t beat a consultation with Radar Landscapes to get the creative juices flowing.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Hidden First Field
How can I permanently get rid of weeds?
There are a few easy solutions to removing weeds in your front or backyard. Let’s start by covering off with the top 5 solutions that don’t include pulling those nasty weeds out with your hands!
Solution 1: Boiling Water: Simply pour a kettle of boiling water over the weeds! It will kill them quickly and also has the added benefit of killing ‘weed seeds’. The only downside with this approach (aside from the mild danger factor associated with handling boiling water) is that there is no efficient way to cover a large area of weeds with boiling water. Unfortunately, that may take a few refills of your kettle.
Solution 2: Mulch! You can cover the top of your garden soil with a layer of mulch (available from your local Bunnings or Mitre 10) to help block weeds from growing. The best approach here is to use two or three inches of shredded bark, wood chips, gravel, dirt, rocks or even straw as your mulch base. Using mulch has the added benefit of keeping moisture in soil, so your garden will stay fresher for longer and require less-frequent watering!
Solution 3: Soap-Spray: Create your own soapy-spray-solution! What you’ll need is a bottle of dishwashing detergent (liquid soap or similar will be fine), a spray bottle (you can find these at your local hardware store or possibly even a supermarket), and water. Simple mix together 5 tablespoons of dishwashing detergent with 4 cups of water in the spray bottle. Give the mixture a good shake together, head outside and start spraying those weeds.
Are dead leaves harmful to plants or soil?
The answer to this question depends on which way you look at it. Leaving piles of dead leaves collecting on your lawn or plants can block out the natural sunlight. Grass depends on sun rays to grow and survive, so it’s best to avoid any unnecessary buildups of dead leaves for this reason. Otherwise you may end up with some unattractive patches of damaged grass.
Dead leaves can also act as an ingredient in a great compost, which is a better natural fertilizer than most chemical fertilizers. A good compost nourishes plants, helps to preserve moisture in the soil, attracts worms, helps to prevent disease and facilitates weeding.
To summarise, if the dead leaves are for aiding with the composting process, then go right ahead! Otherwise, rake them up from your lawn and add them into your compost pile.
How expensive is landscaping?
The cost of landscaping your front or backyard really depends on a number of factors. These factors include the yard size being landscaped, if you decide to hire professionals versus taking a DIY approach, the materials cost (such as elements, feature-pieces, paving, trees, etc), location and of course the time involved are all necessary of your consideration.
Before we get into all of this, a good place to start is just to understand your landscaping budget. This will change per household, but a general rule of thumb is to allow 10% of your home’s value for landscaping. To give you an idea, if your property cost you $500,000 to purchase, then a landscaping budget of $50,000 is reasonable. While this may seem like a lot, keep in mind that investing in professional landscaping will greatly add to the value of your property.
Do I need a gardener or landscaper?
Firstly, we need to understand the difference between a gardener or landscaper. Once we do, you’ll have a clearer idea of which one is the right choice for your current needs.
Gardeners: A gardener is responsible for the maintenance, health & well being of plants, lawns and gardens. They are usually employed to ‘look-after’ a garden that has already been created. Gardeners are also a great choice if you’re looking to have your garden brought-back-to-life in a horticultural sense.
Landscapers: A landscaper is viewed as the architect behind a great garden design. If you are looking to have your garden completely redesigned, or if you’d like to remodel a new feature or pathway installation for example, then a landscaping professional is best suited for the job.
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If you’re looking for a Seaford landscaper you can trust to make your outdoor space as beautiful as it can be, call Radar Landscapes today!
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