Waterman & Sun
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Residential Building & Landscape Design. Landscape designer with specialty in architectural features and gardens: arbors, trellises, gazebos, outdoor dining rooms and kitchens.

Established by Robert H. Waterman in 1982, Waterman & Sun is a residential building design firm in Portola Valley, CA. Whether, the residential design projects we design involves new construction, additions and remodeling of an existing home, and garden design, we take pride in our personalized approach to our client's ideas and our ability to bring their vision into focus.

Many of our design projects are enhanced by our expertise of integrating indoor and outdoor living areas with a full range of garden and landscape design services. We emphasize the use of design features such as pools and spas, pool cabanas with outdoor kitchens and dining areas, enhanced with arbors and trellises in a wonderful garden setting.

Services Provided
Custom Fire Pits, Custom Water Features, Deck Design, Drafting, Drought Tolerant Landscaping, Edible Gardens, Garden Design, Gazebo Design & Construction, Greenhouse Design & Construction, Hardscaping, Landscape Design, Landscape Plans, Organic Gardens, Patio Design, Pool Landscaping, Shed Design & Construction, Site Planning, Swimming Pool Design, Construction Drawings, Gazebo Design, Trellis Design, Residential Design

Areas Served
Atherton, Belmont, Burlingame, Cupertino, East Palo Alto, Emerald Lake Hills, La Honda, Los Altos, Los Altos Hills, Menlo Park, Millbrae, Mountain View, Palo Alto, Portola Valley, Redwood City, San Carlos, San Gregorio, San Mateo, Stanford, Sunnyvale, West Menlo Park, Woodside
The South Bay's Personalized Landscape Designer | Established in 1982

Contact: Bob Waterman
Location: 4117 Alpine Road
Portola Valley, CA 94028
Typical Job Costs: $50,000 - 300,000
Commented: Flowers/vines used? Hi rylinsmommy. Thanks for the question. The plant is call "Distictis Bignoniaceae" (Bignonia Cherere) with blood-red trumpets. If you have any other questions please don't hesitate to ask.
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Commented: What flowers/ vines were used? Hi Jody. Thanks for the question. The plant is call "Distictis Bignoniaceae" (Bignonia Cherere) with blood-red trumpets. If you have any other questions please don't hesitate to ask.
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Commented: Pergola Hi Jackie. Thanks for the questions. The rafters on the left side are not attached to the roof. It is good to leave some space between the rafters and the roof to allow airflow so wood can stay dry...
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