The Salt Run Outdoor Process to a successful paver, hardscape, turf, and outdoor living experience.
We work together…
At Salt Run Outdoor, our passion is to bring your outdoor vision to life. How do we do it? Here are a few Frequently Asked Questions to give you some insight into what it's like working with Salt Run Outdoor.
Q & A
WHAT IS THE GENERAL TIME FRAME FOR PROJECTS?
Every project is unique and timing depends on many factors including: the accessibility of the property, the condition of the land and the complexity of the work. And of course, Mother Nature is always a factor especially in Northeast Florida.
WHAT CAN I DO TO GET STARTED?
There are a few logistical tasks to consider before you break ground.
Acquire any permits required by your town and/or homeowners association
If you have pets that use the space, an alternative play and potty area is recommended
Contacting your neighbors as a courtesy can help avoid grievances during construction
WHEN CAN I EXPECT A CALL BACK FROM A SALT RUN OUTDOOR PROFESSIONAL?
A Salt Run Outdoor representative will contact you within 24 hours of initial outreach.
WILL SALT RUN OUTDOOR HELP ME DESIGN MY SPACE?
As a Belgard Authorized Contractor we will evaluate and measure your space, as well as develop an installation and product plan. We can also provide 3D project renderings to share with you.
WHAT SHOULD I KNOW WHEN HIRING A PROFESSIONAL?
Choosing a contractor is an important step. You should make certain they are fully licensed, have their ICPI installation certificate and operate with project insurance. You can also request previous work samples and references before making a decision. Fortunately, as a Belgard Authorized Contractor we have been screened and approved by Belgard, so you know you're in good hands.
WHAT WILL MY SALT RUN OUTDOOR EXPECT OF ME?
We will ask that you focus on items including: budget, timing and project vision. Knowing what you want and sticking to it will ensure project success. You're not expected to have detailed opinions on pavers, colors and pattern—those are elements you'll work out together.