BERGHOFF DESIGN GROUP
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Berghoff Design Group is a design-build firm based in Scottsdale, Arizona, committed to the highest quality landscape design and construction for residential estates, commercial properties and restoration projects. The firm is in the business of helping clients feel good about their garden and environment. Our process starts with an understanding of the site, surroundings and the spatial context in order to develop a master plan concept. Next is to understand the client and their landscape needs in relation to the architecture. The design process takes the customer from the site planning, developing a master plan and vision through developing conceptual designs. Our designs tell a story and it’s not about a fleeting moment, but about values and things that last. Whether we are drawing inspiration from the romance of the west, the glamour of “Old Hollywood”, or the simplicity of a modern home, our gardens start with questions that help us tell your story. Our services consist of comprehensive design (including planting, hardscape, garden features and custom amenities), cost estimating, and full installation. Our coordination process enables us to efficiently oversee the design from inception to completion.
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Our company has had the pleasure of working with Berghoff Design Group in Scottsdale AZ, on several of their client projects; supplying Historic European Cobblestone products and other natural stone products. Jeff Berghoff and his team are extremely talented, creative and professional. They seek out and appreciate working with quality companies and products. His team communicates clearly and effectively so that we can provide their clients with the best product, service and ultimately, end-result.
August 19, 2013
Commented: HI - What is the composition of these re...This is a Blue Stone set on a concrete sub-base. Typically we do not use this on a driveway but if is was 2" thick set on a concrete sub-base it would be a option. - Jeremy - Berghoff Design Group
February 8, 2012
Commented: What time of material is the floor and p...This material is a dark gray cantera stone
July 29, 2011