Hardscape features form a tremendous outdoor construction; they are both beautiful and functional.
They can level and shape the look and design of your property while holding up well against harsh weather.
Hardscape features range from more elaborate features like a courtyard with a water feature to basic features like an outdoor seating area or a fancy walkway to the front door of your building.
Basically, in commercial outdoor landscaping, the goal is to create a feature that speaks more about your business yet remains beautiful.
Some hardscape ideas that will enhance your outdoor space:
- Paved walkways
Walkways help direct foot traffic as well as make your property compliant with accessibility rules.
And to give your property more style and personality, consider adding pavers with different shapes, textures, and patterns.
- Patios and courtyards
If you want to promote camaraderie among your employees, consider creating a patio and courtyards.
It not only allows your employees to relax and talk but being outdoors also increases focus hence improving productivity.
Go for concrete patios; they are generally low maintenance.
- Retaining walls
Retaining walls are both beautiful and functional. They can give your property a natural flow and transform an unusable slope into a useful garden bed. They can also help control water run-off and soil erosion.
You can incorporate other features like fountains, ponds, and other unique features such as gazebos and pergolas; your only limitation is your imagination and budget.
However, even with a small investment, you can create an outdoor space that will pay off.
Let your contractor know of your idea and watch a transformation of your outdoor space that will improve your property’s aesthetic.
Need commercial outdoor landscaping services in Fort Collins?
At Awakened Earth, we can create the outdoor space of your dreams that is both functional and a reflection of your business.
Call us today if you’re a business owner or resident in Fort Collins and the Surrounding 30-Mile Radius.