Make this the year in which you create an amazing new oasis in your own backyard. From decks and fences to pools and spas; from lighting and shade to BBQs and outdoor furniture — the pros at Creative Homescapes have everything you need to do it right.

Sound like fun? Let’s get creative! Visit our retail showroom and speak to one of our design consultants. See our selection of materials and see sample projects. We’ll get you started on creating the backyard of your dreams.



Getting an Estimate

Creating a backyard oasis is a bit like booking a tour while on vacation. You have a general idea of where your’re going, but you need a professional guide to take you there and to ensure that you get the most out of the experieince,

That’s why we like to have our customers come to our Retail Showroom when you’re planning a backyard makeover. You’ll meet with one of our trained professional staff who will walk you through the process and work with you to design a backyard oasis that suits your tastes, your lifestyle and your budget.


  1. Think About Your Ideal Backyard

What do you envision when you think of a completed backyard? What does it look like (generally speaking) and how does it make you feel? For example, it is a rocking party place or a quite and peaceful respite? Is it lush and green, or sleek and modern. Bring in photos of other properties or backyards you like that you’ve seen online, or perhaps in a magazine. The more you can describe your vision, the better we can bring it to life for you.

  1. Make a List of What Features Are Most Important to You

Some backyard features are fairly standard (a patio or deck, landscaping, fence, etc.) But what other things are important to you? Do you want a pool? Perhaps some special water features? What about backyard lighting, or maybe an outdoor fireplace? Are you interested in a pergola or other structure? Everyone’s wants and needs are different, so telling us what’s important to you helps us to create the backyard oasis that’s perfect for you.

  1. Map Out Your Property

Sketch out a map of your property (front year, house backyard). Add in rough dimensions, and indicate major things that currently exist (i.e., if you have a deck or a pool, draw them in). It doesn’t have to be perfect, but it should give us a general sense of what we are dealing with to start.

  1. Take Lots of Photos

Take photos of the front and back of your property. Include any areas that you specifically want to keep or replace. This will also help us know what were dealing with before we visit your property.