To start with, always have a clear plan for your lawn. It’s natural that ideas will change along the way, but starting with a solid portrait of where you want your garden to be when you’re finished helps you stay focused and on-budget.
On that note, have a budget! A budget not only helps you have some peace of mind, but it also helps Peer Landscaping figure out what is possible in the short term, and what should be worked towards over the long term.
We also recommend breaking up your landscaping project up into chunks. Avoid getting burnt out by dividing larger projects into manageable bits. This allows you to focus on each element individually, so each aspect gets the attention it deserves. It also helps with budgeting, because you can divide a larger project into portions that can be dealt with over a period of time, rather than all at once.