How We Help You Visualize Your San Diego Landscape Design Project

Happy New Year to all our friends and clients at IEE Designs! We’re excited to head into another year doing what we love – helping people transform and beautify their spaces. 

With over 24 years of experience, we have our process dialed in to help you easily visualize how the changes will look in your yard once complete. 

Here’s how we do it: 

Our First Meeting 

During our first meeting, we get to know you and what you’re hoping to achieve through our work together. Some of our clients want to install a pool, add more space for entertaining, or just do something practical with an odd-shaped lot. Whatever your goals, we are here to make them come to life. 

We sit down to understand your vision, budget, and any special needs or accommodations you have. Our conversation is equal parts strategy and education. Sometimes what you had in mind won’t fit your budget or space, so we work with you to devise an alternative. 

The Visuals 

After our first meeting, we bring all the ideas together to present a custom proposal with visuals of what your project will look. For many people, this is the step where it starts to feel “real” and the excitement is palpable. The presentation of your prospective redesign is one of our favorite parts of the process! 

This is also the stage where you might want to make changes or ask questions about the finished project. It’s very important to get all the details right at this stage before we move on and start the work. 

We employ both AutoCAD and traditional drawings to help you visualize your new backyard or patio. AutoCAD is a program that allows us to provide highly realistic 3D designs. We’ve included some examples below from previous projects. 

In addition to the visuals, our custom proposal contains a build plan and expected costs for bringing your project to life. 

Ready to transform your backyard into your own personal oasis in 2022? Get in touch with us – our consultations are free and designed to help you see what a little artistry and custom work can do for your home!


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