Pool Landscaping in St. Louis
Landscaping for Pools in Chesterfield & the Surrounding Area
When people are thinking of installing a pool, they often occupy most of their time considering the kind of pool itself, as opposed to the surrounding layout of that pool. Even if the sparkling blue water of your pool is the perfect temperature, you simply will not be able to relax if there is a bunch of clutter or disrepair nearby, or if the surrounding overgrowth of vegetation looks like a monster jungle.
To make sure that the backyard around your pool is an excellent environment to relax in with your family, friends, and guests, schedule a consultation with our team here at Landesign. We can design the landscaping around your pool to turn it from a plain, blue rectangle into a true oasis. To enjoy the utter bliss that comes from a retreat from the busy chaos of the world, just get in touch with our handy contractors today.
Contact us now at (636) 278-9994 and discover the bountiful options available to you with our innovative pool landscaping in St. Louis.
Elements to Consider for a Perfect Pool Landscape
Whether this is your first time having a pool installed or you are a veteran at renovating your pool patio, it can be quite overwhelming trying to consider all the options involved and determine what layout would be best for your unique home. In order to help you consider key attributes for your pool landscaping, our technicians have compiled some of the most critical elements to think about.
When designing the landscape around your pool, we will be happy to discuss with you:
- Options of where to place shaded areas to retreat from the heat.
- The kind of landscape layout that will pop without looking too overwhelming.
- The right amount of features that engage the eye but don’t look cluttered.
- The kinds of materials that will match the rest of your property’s exterior.
- The colors and styles that complement the rest of your home.
Choosing the Proper Pool Vegetation
The plant life around your pool can transform it into a gorgeous natural scene, but it is important to choose only the kind of vegetation that will simultaneously be conducive to any guests at your home. For example, prickly and thorny plants are not the best option to have right near a pool; no matter how gorgeous roses are, they could be less fun if you have small children who might be easily scratched without protective clothing. Some flowers may also be harmless in and of themselves, but they are extremely attractive to bees, who will leave excruciating stings and scars.
On the other hand, other plants may not create physical pain to you and your family, but they can create a massive mess from how often they shed their leaves. No one wants to have to clean their pool multiple times a day from all the falling vegetation. Certain trees also have invasive roots that can destroy your pool from beneath the surface. Get in touch with our experts at Landesign so that we can discuss all of your options for creating the perfect ambience of comfort, relaxation, and luxury with a beautifully designed natural space around your pool.