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Kevin Baumann is an award winning landscaper and garden designer. He has over 20 years experience transforming gardens with beautiful and functional landscaping and garden design.

Dream Home in Wicklow: My Own Landscaping Contract

I first acquired this land in 2002. Planning was finally achieved 4 years later, by Wicklow County Council, 2006. The house design was my own. I took from the Irish cottage style with small, recessed windows with a square bar design within the glass. The roof was split into sections by large granite strips, giving compartmentalisation & definition. The design ... Read More »

Fencing & Wall Extensions by Landscaping.ie

Wall Extensions/Fencing

We provide wall extensions/fencing as part of our Garden design/build service. Wall extensions are very useful in providing an instant screen surrounding a garden. Unlike hedges they take up little space and are low maintenance, especially if left untreated. We no longer use hardwoods, depending on planed pressure treated Scandinavian Spruce as a sustainable source and unlinked to illegal deforestation. ... Read More »

Landscaping Dublin Contract, Design & Build, Sandymount, Co Dublin.

After Landscaping

We won this contract through the clients wifes mother, which we had previously done work for. On sitting down with the client and his wife we came up with the following wishlist. Front: Remove existing concrete Create space for parking one car Create beds with topsoil Wheelie bin screen Brown granite with cobble Soften front with some planting Low maintenance ... Read More »

Terenure Driveway, Design & Construction, Landscaping Dublin

We won this contract by the client seeing a previous driveway we had completed. The contract was situated in Terenure, Co Dublin.. On first site survey the driveway was all concrete which instantly took away from the house. The area was an interesting shape with peculiar pedestrian and car entrance layout. The house was North facing. The West side had ... Read More »