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New Service: Announcing our Virtual Strategy Consultation Service

Updated: Jan 28

At Water and Earth Landscape Design, we are always working to find ways to better serve the widest range of people possible. While we do our best to work with as many clients as possible, there are some situations where we are unable to take on a project from start to finish and due to popular demand, our bandwidth is limited. Even if we aren’t the right people to take you from blank canvas to a brand new outdoor space, we are dedicated to giving you the advice and direction you need to get started.


That’s why we’re excited to introduce a new service offered by Water and Earth– a Virtual Strategy Consultation service.


It is our hope that by introducing this new consultation service, we can extend a helping hand to an even wider audience, including people who may not fit our standard service demographic. Whether you’re looking for some trustworthy industry recommendations, or need an expert to troubleshoot your yard before you begin the design process, we’re here to help.


We're excited for this new adventure as this service wasn't even our idea but a request we have received multiple times from homeowners not necessarily needing design but needing some help to get moving in the right direction.


Here’s How It Works:


When you sign up for a virtual strategy consultation, you are booking an hour, or 75 minutes of dedicated time with Water and Earth’s principal designer, Matt Daly. Get all of your outdoor design questions answered by a leading professional who knows what they’re talking about, and isn’t afraid to tell you what you need to know.


From troubleshooting a complicated backyard design, to recommending the contractor that’s right for your project, get the answers you need, in detail. The information you learn during these consultations will help you to make the most of your time, energy, and your budget.


We firmly believe that everyone deserves to have the outdoor living space of their dreams. This service is simply another way of helping you to achieve that goal.


Who can benefit from a Virtual Strategy Consultation?


Not sure if you’re the right fit for this service?


A virtual strategy consultation may a perfect option for those who:


  • are not included in Water and Earth’s area of service.

  • want to begin the design process, but don’t know where to start.

  • have a project with a tight timeline, or who cannot wait for design services.

  • have a budget that is under the amount we typically work with.

  • are looking for professional landscape design advice from an unbiased leader in the industry.

If you fall into one or more of these categories, investing in a virtual strategy consultation is likely to be money well spent.


What does it cost?


Good advice is priceless. We are dedicated to giving everyone access to information and advice from the best in the business, for a competitive rate.


Book your 60 minute consultation for $500, or your 75 minute consultation for $600.


Like what you hear? If a virtual consultation turns into a design client, Water and Earth will credit double the cost of this appointment to put towards our standard design service fee.


Book Your Virtual Strategy Consultation Today


We can’t take on every project. But we believe we can give almost anyone the advice and tools they need to be successful in creating their very own dream outdoor living space.


From helping you understand how to engage the right companies, to estimating the cost of your project, and offering aesthetically minded solutions for a wide range of design challenges, we’re here to help you take the first steps towards a better backyard.


Learn more, or book your strategy call with Matt today.

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