Likely a one of a kind service here. Landscape inspection is an evolution of ideas and experiences. An arborist and a Realtor and a Lawn Professional got together and …… listened to the clients!
A Landscape inspection is an objective visual examination and analysis of the outdoor plant life and ecosystems of a property considering its history, current condition and predictable future issues.
The largest investment a person makes deserves due diligence. Landscape issues can easily equal the value of a new roof or appliance. Most future problems can be identified and mitigated with a professional perspective.
Can you? Maybe. I am a certified arborist with 15 years experience. I studied turfgrass management at UMB. I spent 20 years dealing with landscaping including fencing and concrete and lifting? Any objective opinion from an experienced professional is valuable.
City code in reference to trees, Tree location, Root issues, Tree condition, Other plant life like ivy and shrubs, tropism issues, drainage, winter salt damage, ecosystem considerations.
An Extreme example of an common issue. This is foreseeable and preventable. Even if you don't see damage, you should know if it is lurking.
Lifespans and ecosystem dynamics - These two concepts are the most expensive concepts that homeowners fail to identify when purchasing a home. We will help identify these issues for homeowners.
The valuable experience offered to you is 15 years of work as an arborist with a total of over 20 years of experience in various aspects of landscaping. I have advised many clients that rehabilitate properties. The goal has always been to have a landscape that is functional with an acceptable maintenance level. I am also a Realtor licensed as a real estate agent here in Idaho. Being a Realtor and also an Arborist I am required to conduct myself to ethical standards that benefit you.
This business concept evolved from the majority of my new clients being new home owners. When I walked their new yard with them and we made plans, their response was very often, "I wish I knew this when I was buying the house." The understanding was that they had a vision and a budget. Their vision for their new home took time to develop and learning the vision needed to be changed required money and time. People generally want to start living their best life in their new home sooner rather than later.
The Landscape Inspection process will enable better choices, create realistic timelines, and possibly avoid disappointment all while saving the client money.