The weather is cool now, but Spring will be here soon. You’ll want to enjoy the warmer weather as soon as possible, so now’s the time to start thinking about outside projects that will help you relax, hike, or get to the water more easily.
Winter is the ideal time of year to start planning for these projects. Planning is easier now because the cold is keeping you indoors, so what better time is better for dreaming of your outdoor space? Look at your design options online now so you have a better idea of the type of project you want to complete. You can also contact Nature Bridges to get a quote. The estimate and planning process takes some time, so you’ll be able to enjoy your new deck construction or pedestrian walkway earlier if you start earlier.
Winter is a great season to start planning, but it can also be the best time to build. The demand for outdoor structures will be higher in the Spring. Often, suppliers raise prices when demand is higher, so you may pay more for construction materials if you wait. Depending on the construction company’s workload, you may find that we can work you into the schedule more quickly earlier in the year.
Boardwalks and Pedestrian Bridges
A boardwalk or pedestrian bridge is specifically designed for foot traffic, usually over marshy or wet areas, and sometimes to provide a walking path along a beach. When designing a boardwalk, Nature Bridges considers the best path for walking as well as the environment. Using top down construction, we can build in sensitive areas to ensure that the habitat of plant and animal life is unharmed.
Golf Cart Bridges
Golf courses have special requirements, especially when they’ll be used for golf carts. Through standards from the Golf Course Builders Association of America and assessing the needs of the specific course, Nature Bridges builds golf cart bridges that are beautiful and hold up to multiple vehicles.
Dune crossovers can be the best way to get to the beach because you don’t have to walk over hot, shifting sand. Dunes also contain a uniquely sensitive ecosystem. Without sand-loving plants, the dunes would erode and be unable to offer many protections to your inland area. Nature Bridges takes regulations and your dune’s unique requirements in mind when we design and build on the sand.