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Your guide to Landscaping in NZ

Decking - Choosing the Right Material for Your Home

Timber has been the traditional choice for decking and decks for many years. But like in other areas of our lives, we are now spoilt for choice when it comes to choosing our decking materials. While remaining a popular choice, decks can also be made with concrete and composite timber. Today we’re going to walk you through your options for your decking materials and help you decide which one is right for your home. Types of decking materials in New Zealand In New Zealand, you will… (view full article)

Guide to Installing Balustrades Which Meet NZ Building Code

If you’re planning on installing balustrades or wondering if you need to, then you’re in the right place. We’ll walk you through the process of identifying if you need a balustrade, the options you have and how to make sure it will meet the current NZ Building Code. Let’s jump to it! What is a balustrade and do I need one? A balustrade is basically a safety barrier. It can vary in appearance from simply a rail with supporting balusters, all the way to a full fence. It’s often confused… (view full article)

Homeowners Guide to Summer Proofing Your Deck

Summer is here and our skin is not the only thing we need to protect from the harsh NZ sun. Our decking areas also need protecting. Not only are our decks areas to relax or dine upon. They are also an entranceway into our homes, making it important they are kept in top condition. To keep your deck looking great year after year, we’ve put together this handy guide about the steps you need to take to summer proof your deck. How to keep your deck looking like new Summer brings more traffic… (view full article)

Successfully Incorporating Retaining Walls Into Your Landscaping

Retaining walls play an important role in our landscaping efforts. Every wall is carefully planned and constructed to ensure it is able to withstand the required load. But all too often, the aesthetic aspect of it is not considered. This leaves many homeowners with unattractive landscaping features. One of the best ways to prevent this, is to work with an experienced landscaper right from the start. They will help guide you through the entire process, showing you how it is possible to… (view full article)

How to Fix Your Retaining Wall Aesthetics with Landscaping

Retaining walls are often perceived as uninspiring because they are seen as an eyesore. An occasional necessity, there is no reason why they should look ugly or out of place in your garden. Improving a retaining wall with the use of retaining wall aesthetics and landscaping is a simple matter with careful planning and planting. Blending existing retaining walls into your landscaping Many of us have existing retaining walls which need camouflaging into our gardens. They may have been… (view full article)

Achieve Success with Our Spring Landscaping Guide

Spring is the perfect season for undertaking landscaping projects in your garden. The soil is still soft and is beginning to dry out. Weeds are easily treated before they multiply. When you're doing some spring landscaping it's also a great time to transplant trees and shrubs. Most importantly, it is a fabulous time to start a landscape design project for your outdoor entertainment area. Top six spring landscaping ideas With the sun shining through the blossoms and spring bulbs showing… (view full article)

Recent jobs posted by Landscapers Nationwide

Need existing soil leveled out, in the front yard one level, in the back yard the raised garden bed needs leveled out and the existing garden shed removed.


Lift and relay paving (25mm sq pavers) Back yard area. looking for an estimate, some idea of what would be involved and possible timing. Not urgent.


Quote for clean up of garden, tree and bush trimming, garden waste removal and some planting on borders. Advice on plants


Looking to have wow factor on small outdoor area, which connects to outside living. The garden area connects onto the concrete area from the bi folds. The garden area is approx 6X3 mtrs


I am starting the landscaping on my new build property. The plot is 440m2 and the house takes up 110m2. there is also driveway too. Initially I'd like the ground leveled and prepared for landscaping. It is lumpy and…


A sloped lawn levelled somewhat keeping the gradient. New edging. Old lawn removed and new grass sown.


We're trying to build a parking bay, dimensions are roughly 6m x 17.5m. We're on a tight budget so have been doing it ourselves but not really sure what we're doing. Using big drainage stones at the moment but would…


I am looking to install approximately 20 sq/m of red brick to create a courtyard at the back of my property. I have 200 bricks stored which I would like to use, but will definitely require more. The existing ground is…


We would like a new raised planter. Approximately 4.2m in length and about 55cm wide. Probably about 50-60cm high. Would like to have some form of tresis at the back which will serve to have plants grow up it but also…


Looking at laying concrete pavers in two courtyards and to re-skim concrete steps and landing.


We will have the old lawn rotary hoed, with drainage put in. We will require someone to spread topsoil, level the area and lay ready lawn. We have not sourced the lawn but are happy to do this ourselves. The area is…


I want to create indoor/outdoor flow and i need to remove an existing old concrete retaining wall, remove some earth to create courtyard and replace with timber retaining wall. I have my engineer's drawings


Hi, We are looking at doing our landscape and would like someone to come and discuss ideas, design and estimated cost. Cheers, Flora Bolton


Lawn requires regular cutting, approx. 10X30m


Decking, garden edges, timber gazebo