He will provide you with an estimate for your garden and may also recommend a hardscaping company.
Hardscaping is a term used to describe any landscape material that is sturdy or, you guessed it that is, very difficult to work with. Stone, concrete, asphalt and glass as well bricks as well as metal are all feasible options. Because hardscape cannot be found in natural vegetation unlike softscape (or ordinary vegetation), it’s a component of landscaping. It’s created by humans and put there.
This aspect is usually overlooked, an architect uses the hardscape to prevent erosion and improve the space available, and also to ensure safety. Urban planners must think about how hardscapes can enhance the flow and health of urban areas. Because waterways are being introduced back into cities, hardscaping helps keep the water where it was designed to be.
Some elements of hardscape can provide security for the people who are around the area, like crash-rate bollards or warning plates which shield structures from vehicles and vice versa. If you have more questions about what is hardscaping or would like to know more on the subject, watch along with this Youtube video!