Rockaway Residential Landscaping Services of Northeast Florida
Your single-source provider for all outdoor living, landscaping, and maintenance needs.
ONSITE CONSULTATION PHASE
Option 1: Perfect for those ready to start or for maintenance inquiries.
Simply fill out our online form or call and provide basic contact and project details.
Great for immediate landscape design consultations or maintenance estimates. Note: A $125 consultation fee applies for design meetings, but maintenance inquiries are exempt.
Option 2: Ideal if you’re curious about costs or not yet set on a design.
Submit a video of your current landscape, detailing your aspirations for the space.
Get quick ballpark estimates based on your video, allowing you to gauge your budget.
If you like what you hear and want to proceed, we’ll arrange an in-person consultation at no charge.
After your consultation, your landscape architect or designer will develop a design plan to suit your needs ranging from a hand drawing for a landscape refresh to a CAD architectural drawing to submit for HOA and permitting department approvals. Our staff are experienced and have strong relations with Northeast Florida HOAs and municipal review boards that expedite the review process. Our design fees vary depending on the complexity of your project and are discounted by 50% on your final installation billing.
FINAL REVIEW & INSTALLATION
Upon finalization of the design by our landscape architect or designer, we will coordinate a meeting for a comprehensive review and any necessary modifications. Concurrently, we will present the contract for your endorsement and usually procure a 50% deposit. Throughout the execution, our team will consistently update you on the project’s progression and milestones with visual progress reports.
Glossary of Terms
Hardscaping refers to the non-living elements in a landscape design. It includes features such as pathways, driveways, patios, retaining walls, fences, fountains, and other structures made from concrete, brick, stone, wood, or metal. Hardscaping adds functionality, structure, and visual interest to outdoor spaces.
HOA stands for Homeowners Association. It is a governing body in a residential community or neighborhood that enforces certain rules and regulations for the benefit and maintenance of the community. HOAs are usually responsible for managing common areas, collecting fees from homeowners, and ensuring compliance with community guidelines. They aim to maintain property values and improve the overall quality of life in the neighborhood.
Landscape architects are professionals who designs outdoor spaces such as parks, gardens, campuses, and public areas. They plan and create aesthetically pleasing, functional, and environmentally sustainable landscapes. Their work involves considering factors such as site analysis, climate, soil conditions, and client requirements. Landscape architects use their knowledge of plants, horticulture, and design principles to create beautiful and functional outdoor spaces that enhance the surrounding environment. They also often collaborate with other professionals, such as engineers and architects, to ensure their designs are feasible and meet necessary regulations.
Softscaping refers to the horticultural aspects of landscaping that involve the use of plants, trees, shrubs, flowers, and other organic materials. It includes the design, installation, and maintenance of vegetation to enhance the aesthetic appeal and functionality of outdoor spaces. Softscape elements are living, natural elements that soften the overall look of a landscape design and create a harmonious environment. They can provide shade, privacy, and attract wildlife, as well as add color, texture, and fragrance to outdoor areas.
From the office in Atlantic Beach and satellites throughout Northeast Florida, Rockaway Inc proudly serves clients in Jacksonville, St Augustine, Atlantic Beach, Neptune Beach, Jacksonville Beach, Ponte Vedra, Nocatee, and Fernandina Beach.
Certifications & Licenses
-American Society of
-Certified Pest Control Operators
-Low Voltage Outdoor Lighting