FAQ

Are you licensed and insured?

Absolutely! Anyone working on a project at your home should be licensed and insured for your protection. Be sure to ask when getting quotes from various vendors.

 

Who will work on my property?

Everyone who shows up to work on your project will be an employee of Hoosier Landscape Group. We do not contract out services. Each employee will wear a branded shirt and arrive in a Hoosier Landscape Group marked truck.

 

How much does a landscape renovation cost?

Every project varies greatly, depending on the size of your space, materials used and intricacies of the area. We are completely transparent when providing project estimates, and allow you to price out your project right here on our website.

 

What sort of return should I expect on my landscape renovation investment?

The key is utilizing a company that has the expertise to get the job done correctly the first time. A properly planted tree in one location will have much greater return than if it is improperly planted in a lesser location. This is why hiring an expert is so important.

The National Association of Realtors and the National Association of Landscape Professionals recently conducted a survey that showed an overall landscape upgrade topped the list of homeowner improvements with an estimated 105% return on investment.

 

What if I don’t even know where to start?

That’s what we are here for! Our landscape designers know how to ask the right questions and partner with you to design a new outdoor living space within your budget and tastes.

 

How will I be able to see and understand the project before you get started?

Our design consultants will provide you with a computerized layout of your design. You’ll have the opportunity to ask questions and make changes. We won’t start until you have approved the design.

 

What if I have a request, like a particular plant I want to use?

Of course! We will design a space that incorporates plants and other elements that you love. We will however, make recommendations if a particular element doesn’t work well due to sunlight, Indiana weather conditions, etc. Often we can find a similar alternative if this situation does occur.