BUILd worth Africa landscaping company
Yard renovations in Kenya and Tanzania
Build Worth Africa deals in construction and renovation of different designs of landscapes from front yards, back yards verandahs, gardens, courtyards and patios. We carry out shaping of terrain, gardening, drainage, tree planting, tree uprooting pool and basketball court construction with a wide array of equipment and our professional landscapers. Revamp your yard/verandah or gardern with a renovation form the best landscaping company in Kenya and Tanzania at an affordable rate/cost.
New Muthaiga Nairobi
Front yard levelled and walkway set up with concrete.
We provide the following landscaping architecture for home landscaping in the garden and front yard
Retaining Walls, basketball tennis Courtyards Outdoor Rooms Patios Brick, Edging Fire Pits Stone, Block, and Concrete Cutting, Cabro paving
Erosion & Drainage Mulch River Rock Plantings Maintenance Tear Out/ New Installation
Ponds Pond-less StreamsWaterfalls
Putting Greens Synthetic Lawns
Commercial & Residential
Maintenance & Trimming
Sod & Seeding
Shrub removal Perennial & Bed Maintenance sod & Seeding
Spring and Fall Cleanup
Before and After of landscaping designs
Karen Nairobi Kenya
Swimming and Patio installation in a residential home
Equipment used backhoe and paver
New Muthaiga Kiambu Kenya
Patio and paved cabro installation in a residential home
Equipment used backhoe and paver
Landscaping refers to any activity that modifies the visible features of an area of land, including:
abstract elements such as the weather and lighting conditions.
At Build Worth Africa we use a range of equipment to hasten and effectively enhance the landscaping process. The heavy machinery we use for landscaping includes excavator, grader, roller, bach hoe loader, lawn mower, truck and wheel loaders.
LANDSCAPE DESIGNS/STYLES IN KENYA AND TANZANIA FOR UNIQUE HOME LANDSCAPING ARCHITECTURE
1. English Garden Style.
The English Garden Style utilizes many shrubs and perennials in a design that complements the architectural style of your home. Other decorative elements might include an arbor or bird bath in the back yard.
2. Oriental Landscape.
The Oriental Style uses water, rocks and evergreens with a variety of plants to create distinctive perspectives. You might also consider adding a traditional Japanese Zen garden.
3. Woodland Landscape.
Reflecting the natural way that fauna grows in a wooded area, the Woodland Style has a less manicured appearance than many of the other garden styles. This would be a good choice if you do not wish to spend a lot of time on maintenance.
4. Formal Landscape.
The Formal Style follows symmetrical patterns, straight lines and precise geometric shapes with orderly, well-pruned plants. You will often find topiary design in these landscapes. This landscaping style requires a lot of maintenance.
5. Informal Landscape.
The Informal Style uses plant beds with curved edges. Plants are arranged in seemingly random patterns. This would be a good choice if you have children that will be playing in the area.
6. Butterfly Gardens.
Dozens of butterfly or bird species common to your area make a welcome addition to many gardens. Certain species of plants provide a food source and are useful for attracting these flying friends. Create areas that are open yet protected from the wind.
7. Xeriscape Gardens.
As much as 50 percent of household water is used for the yard or garden. This landscape specialty includes lots of low-water plants and flowers, as well as design ideas to reduce water evaporation.
8. Organic Gardens.
As more people learn about the harmful effects of many chemicals, growing plants organically has become more popular. That means rather than chemical fertilizers or sprays, practicing natural methods of pest control and fertilization.
Remember, you will spend a lot more time in your yard if you have a landscape design that you are happy with. And, if you have a yard you can enjoy on a regular basis, it’s like gaining a room in
SIX STEPS TO A LANDSCAPE DESIGN/ARCHITECTURE
Step 1: Develop a Base Plan and Site Inventory
Step 2: Conduct Site Survey to Identify Environmental Factors
Step 3: Identify Activities and Uses for Landscape
Step 4: Locate and Develop Use Areas
Step 5: Design
Step 6: Installing the Landscape
Understanding of the site is one of the chief essentials for successful landscaping. Different natural features like terrain, topography, soil qualities, prevailing winds, depth of the frost line, and the system of native flora and fauna must be taken into account. Sometimes the land is not fit for landscaping. In order to landscape it, the land must be reshaped. This reshaping of land is called grading.