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Thank you for the opportunity to participate in your next Spokane landscaping design or implementation project! We would be happy to come out and chat with you on site to get an idea of what you are looking for and give you a design quote.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Payment structure is dependent on project size. Projects $40,000.00 and below are charged in installments of 50% – 40% – 10%. Projects above $40,000.00 are billed in installments of 30% – 30% – 30% – 10%. Projects are billed in installments to keep up with construction progress and make the process equitable for Blend and the client.

Blend creates multiple landscape layouts to show our clients various site solutions at the beginning of the project. Using these multiple layouts each client has the opportunity to select the best preferred characteristics of each to be combined into the final design. This process assures that each of our clients are receiving a design that is the best fit for their needs and aesthetic.

Blend Outdoor Design does not charge to come out and talk about your project. Please feel free to give us a call and see if we would be a good fit for your project!

Blend Outdoor Design is licensed and insured in Washington and Idaho as a general contractor.

Our construction crews work Monday through Thursday each week on a 4/10 schedule. We have found that allowing our team members to have extended rest over the weekend and consolidating the week is both productive and creates opportunities for summer recreation / family time.

The landscape construction industry in the Spokane / Coeur d’Alene region is seasonal. Blend construction crews stop working around Thanksgiving each year and return to work around the beginning of March depending on weather. We are dedicated to starting and finishing your construction project but cannot dig when the ground is frozen.