Seattle, WA (PRWEB) July 28, 2014
B&D Rockeries knows that some homeowners want to try their own hand at lawn and garden care. Sometimes, this extends to attempting to construct and develop their own rockeries as well. To help the adventurous homeowner on their way, B&D Rockeries has released a guide to building a rockery.
While larger rockeries with additional ornamentation, such as water features or sizeable retaining walls, will require the skills of a professional, smaller rockeries that are minimally complex may indeed be created by a homeowner.
To learn more about B&D Rockeries design and construction services: http://www.bdrockeries.com/
“The best locations for a DIY rockery is a gently or moderately sloping hill in your lawn. Sun or partial sun is also preferable,” B&D Rockeries says, “Railway sleepers may be added for additional slope or contouring as well.”
Design consultations from an experienced professional are suggested for homeowners that intend to build retaining walls or rockeries above 4 feet in height or that desire complex additions, such as water features. A professional will be able to provide advice and guidance regarding what possible permits may be required, and whether or not the designs in question are feasible for a DIY-er.
“With our help,” B&D Rockeries says, “Your end result can be something beautiful, something that you can be proud of!”
About B&D Rockeries:
B&D Rockeries has been serving in the Snohomish and King county areas for over 35 years. Owner, Neil Eneix, has a capable and skilled knowledge of rock retaining wall development that will help you accomplish any rock garden design that you need. Whether you’re looking for rocks or blocks, Neil has been helping homeowners carefully plot out their landscaping projects for years.
1249 NE 145th St
Seattle, WA 98125