DIY Design Eye is a place for home and garden lifestyle consultation. Whether it be a kid's garden, butterfly garden, a curb appeal project or even a major landscape overhaul, Tami can work with you or your contractor to improve your space. Curb appeal projects and general interior staging are the most popular requests and offer an excellent return on investment to homeowners. (USDA Hardiness Zones 4-9)
WHAT TO EXPECT: With over 25 years experience and thousands of satisfied customers, Tami can consult with the use of properly shot videos (see our tab on the home page for how to shoot videos). Her hourly rate of $125 will be paid via Pay Pal in advance, You will submit your videos - see the tab "how to submit your videos" on the home page. Once the video is received you will be contacted to set up an appointment. The first phone consultation will be for one hour. It will be important that the person planning to do the work be present at this phone appointment which may be a FaceTime or Skype session but that is not imperative. During this consultation she will discuss the various issues and opportunities for your project. There may be discussion regarding plants needing to be removed, transplanted or pruned and the changing of bed lines. Perhaps even discussion regarding roofing, paving and paint colors of the home. If needed a second consultation will be scheduled during the initial consultation. This step-by-step approach is helpful if the second call occurs after any changes have occurred which were discussed in the initial conversation.
Before digging - Consider what is underground and above.- be sure to call your local utility marking service
Customer assumes all risks resulting from the guidance or using materials suggested by Tami Eilers before during or after the consultation. Tami Eilers will not accept liability for damage or injury resulting from use or misuse. Tami Eilers will not be liable for any damage direct or incidental. Tami Eilers provides information regarding soil preparation and plants however is not responsible for the quality of existing soil and recommended plants and supplies.