If left untamed, natural beauty releases a potent musk that attracts wild-eyed stallions, aggressive landscape photographers, and packs of feral Fabios. Subdue sublime scents with today's Groupon: for $99, you get a 90-minute consultation with a landscape architect from BR Design Build (a $289 value), plus $500 toward final project costs. This Groupon is valid within 40 miles of the 20783 zip code.
A landscape architect and design firm with more than 15 years of experience, BR Design Build bolsters backyard beauty with custom-landscape design. During a 90-minute consultation, an experienced landscape architect on the design team will chat with clients, evaluate the property, and gather all the information needed to craft suggested solutions and conceptual ideas hand sketched on site for future reference. Architects' nimble fingers can render a decorative-paving-stone driveway, a garden waterfall, or an in-ground swimming pool custom-built to house hyperintelligent pet sharks.
The total cost of a construction project with BR Design Build starts at around $5,000 and this Groupon gets you $500 toward that final cost. Grouponers that opt for complete projects will also get a detailed project plan with information culled from consultations. Those who don't have a particular project in mind can also ask their architect to suggest imaginative improvements, such as a unicorn stable in the backyard or a rooftop aviary for flying pigs.
BR Design Build
For BR Design Build owner Craig Smith, no two landscaping jobs are the same. That's because he and his team of builders and landscapers don't come to clients with pre-made plans, but instead focus on creating a backyard that accommodates how customers would like to use the space. They can build waterfalls that flow into an in-ground pool, decorative driveways, and patios and terraces that look like outdoor living rooms. Craig personally visits projects every day to ensure that building is going according to clients' plans and to make sure every member of the crew is wearing matching socks.