Beechwood Landscape featured in Philadelphia Inquirer
Beechwood Landscape Architecture & Construction, LLC was recently featured in the Philadelphia Inquirer for a recently-completed project in Haddonfield.
The story focuses on a Haddonfield couple who had built their home in 2014 and wanted to create an outdoor space to host family and friends.
The two-year project included building a fence around the 75- by 80-foot property, in some places covered with large plantings. The yard features a kitchen with a brick fireplace, bar, and seating areas surrounded by flowering plants and a play area for the couple’s daughter, according to the Philadelphia Inquirer.
Steve Chepurny, president of Beechwood Landscape Architecture Construction in Southampton Township, who created the Bills’ project, was quoted throughout the story and gives his advice to homeowners looking to build a new outdoor space.
“Just like the interior of your house has different rooms, we try to define exterior rooms outside,” he said. “I hate when people have already made a substantial investment, and I have to tell them they chose the wrong spot for a plant. Plants aren’t like furniture. They might need sun versus shade, and you have to know what it’s going to look like in five to seven years.”
You can read the full article here.