Landscape Designers Sydney
100% Free Landscaping Quotes
30+ Years of Experience
Family Owned and Operated
What is new home landscaping?
Residential and new home landscaping is the foundation from which we’ve built our business upon. We take great pride in landscape designing and creating outdoor spaces to enhance the beauty of our customers’ existing and new properties.
We take care of every detail with our focus on your complete satisfaction. A new home residential landscape design by the Wayne’s Landscaping team delivers the look you’ve always dreamed of for your new home.
Of course, our landscaping design process begins with you, and a discussion with our certified in-house designer Wayne himself, a seasoned veteran with over thirty years of landscaping experience under his tool belt.
From there, we can establish how to create the perfect outdoor space to complement your new home’s aesthetic.
Using the latest in landscaping technology and expertise that comes with decades of experience within the industry, our licensed landscapers can offer you a range of options to enhance your new property to give it the charm it deserves.
Our work isn’t complete until it meets your complete satisfaction. We aim to not only improve the quality of your new home but your life also. If you’re happy, we’re happy.
With an endless supply of landscaping resources, our new home landscaping designs and execution will transform your outdoor space into something truly special.
- Fully licensed & qualified
- Trusted local business
- 100% obligation free quotes
- Over 30 years experience
- Design & horticultural expertise
- Complete customer satisfaction
The importance of home landscaping designs
A properly designed and maintained landscape provides years of beauty for the occupants and adds immediate value to your new home.
With Wayne’s new home landscaping design & services, you’ll always get 100% customer satisfaction. From the landscape installation to the ongoing maintenance, we’re passionate about your outdoor space.
We provide you with different options for new home landscaping designs that suit your vision and lifestyle. We are not limited to a specific style. We match the design that will best suit your needs, wants, and budget.
The new home landscaping designs process is the first stage of your landscaping and begins with the vision of your ideal yard. Our landscaping designers work closely with you to create a space that enhances your lifestyle while adding value to your home.
Using three decades of outdoor landscaping expertise, Wayne’s Landscaping will turn your garden dreams into reality.
Offering obligation-free quotes and consultations, we are extremely efficient and will provide a fast response time.
Our goal is to make a difference in your life by creating your ideal outdoor space.
What makes us different & what to expect
Wayne’s Landscaping and Excavation is a top-ranked landscaping Sydney design company. We are a locally owned and trusted business, fully licensed, qualified and can be found on Google with a variety of satisfied customer testimonials.
We primarily work in the south-west region of Sydney including:
- Landscaping Campbelltown
- Landscaping Macarthur
- Landscaping Camden
- Landscaping Minto
Our gardens are done with an eye to save you money and thus provide inexpensive solutions.
We use new materials in every garden we create, this includes concrete, timber, plants and structures.
Our gardens are water conscious where they need to be, and are for people who don’t have the time or the money to spend on upkeep. But we also design your garden to be timeless, compelling, and a special place where memories are made.
- Obligation-free quote & consultation
- Quick & efficient response time
- Over 30 years of knowledge & expertise
- Locally owned & trusted business
- Beautiful landscape designs that increase the value of your home
- We create your happy place
Why choose us?
You know what you’re going to get when employing the team at Wayne’s Landscaping services.
- Local owned & trusted business
- Over 30 years of knowledge & expertise
- Job not complete until customer 100% satisfied
Have a Question or Looking for Free Advice?
Wayne’s Landscaping vs Undercutting Cowboys
While it may be tempting to go with the cheaper quote, you could end up paying more in the long run.
Unfortunately, there are too many unlicensed cowboys out there undercutting quotes to get the job, only to overpromise and underdeliver.
These tradesmen don’t get repeat business but instead move on to their next unwitting client/victim.
Wayne’s Landscapers are no such cowboys. For us, the customer is number one and delivering on our promise is crucial to maintaining the solid reputation we’ve cultivated for over thirty years in the business.
Although DIY might seem fun and save you a few bucks, the truth is if you don’t know what you’re doing it will be incredibly time-consuming. Not to mention the risk of injury and lack of horticultural knowledge that could end up damaging your yard – requiring a costly repair.
Sometimes it pays to let the pro’s do the work and a much better job, so you can relax and spend your downtime with the family or doing something else you love.
- Offer 100% customer satisfaction guarantee
- Work done by fully licensed & passionate landscapers
- Known & trusted in local community
- No guarantee, can finish job how they please
- Add on extras down the line, blowing cost out
- Unlicensed workers with no insurance with sloppy work and cut corners
- Unknown with no positive history raises a red flag!
It was a joy to work with Wayne and his crew.- Betty McCracken – Liverpool
We discovered Wayne’s Landscaping Design through friends and right away from the ideas, fountain on display and the landscape, we knew that his company does creative, practical and beautiful work. But that is just the beginning of my experience with Wayne and his team. They were just a joy from start to finish- Ruth James – Luemeah
I am so stoked that I found you and took a chance on introducing you to my partner Shelly and recommending that she trust you to do all our landscape, patio, walkway and driveway remodelling. All of your employees were great to work with. We both especially liked Tim. They did a great job of making our home more beautiful and more accessible.- Ben Finch – MacArthur
Questions to ask before you hire a new home landscaper
Determine what services a landscape designer offers to see if they are the right fit for your project.
It’s also important to gauge whether they are experienced enough for the scope of your project. Most landscape designers fall into three categories.
- Design only
- Full service: design-build and maintenance program
Wayne’s landscaping & Excavation offer an obligation free consultation. From initial free consultation and site-evaluation through to design, build and signing off on the customer 100% satisfaction.
Most new home landscape designers will have a portfolio of work. If they don’t, consider it a red flag. Whether it be on their website, social media or in print, make sure you see evidence of past work. Legitimate client testimonials are also a good sign.
Also, check out their credentials, evidence of the training, license, etc. Degrees from accredited landscape design TAFE and memberships in professional organisations such as the NSW Department of Fair Trading are also a positive sign.
As a general rule of thumb, the less information readily available about your new home landscape designer, the more cautious you should be.
Some landscape designers will typically come over to your property, take in the garden, listen to you and your garden goals and perhaps bounce some ideas around for the design. This is the time for you to get a feel for the designer and whether you are on the same page and thus be a good match for the project.
Don’t expect all initial consults to be free of charge. The reality is it’s two hours of a professional’s time. However, a common practice is for designers to subtract the consult fee from the cost of the design if you end up going with them.
Even if you have a clear vision for what you want, don’t forget to ask what vision the designer has for your landscape.
Not only will you get a different and professional point of view but asking this will also help determine if they are the right man or woman for the job. And don’t be afraid to speak up about what you like and dislike in their ideas or if anything’s missing from your wish list. Now is the time to determine whether you are both on the same page.
Get to know the new home landscaping process from the get-go so that you’ll know what to expect once the project commences. If the response is vague then ask for more details. Basically, make sure the landscaper has a process!
Crystal clear communication regarding the estimated new home landscaping cost of the project and your budget is crucial. Ask for a range of cost for both the design and installation. If a certain look you’re after doesn’t fit your budget it’s your responsibility as a client to be honest about it to your new home landscape designer. After all, they may have creative solutions to stretch resources and save money to get the look you’re after.
The time it takes to design and install a landscape depends on the size and scope of the project. Always allow for unexpected setbacks during installation such as weather. Instead of asking a landscape designer to have the installation completed by a certain date, ask for an estimated range for which the project can be completed.
Don’t be fooled by landscaping reality TV. Although it can inspirational and entertaining, the irony is it’s not reality at all. A real site work rarely has a team of 24 people working around the clock. High-quality new home landscaping is both art and science and takes time to install.
It’s important to know whether your landscape designer has any guarantees or warranties for the work. Most licensed professionals will provide you with warranties. This is a good sign and will offer you the priceless peace of mind.
This depends on the styles of gardens and plants used as they require very different levels of care. Be upfront with your landscaper about how much maintenance you are willing to commit to or whether you have hired a gardener going forward. You’ll want to keep your landscape alive and flourishing for years to come so ask your landscape designer they can recommended maintenance gardeners or if they can take care of the garden going forward.