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By: Earl R.
David's Landscaping
I have used David's Lawn Care service for 7 years now. Smartest decision I ever made. They do a great job, in a timely manner, are very professional, and do it for a fair price. If you need something beyond the standard lawn service just ask them and they will give you a fair quote to perform the extra requested service.If they find something broken in your yard such as a head on an in ground sprinkler system they will tell you what they found one and where and they have the ability to refer you to one of their value added partners who can give you a quote to fix your problem that problem. Give them a call and you will not regret it.
By: Austin D.
Austin Drainage & Landscape Development
Austin Drainage and Landscape provides landscape service and design, drainage and irrigation service, sprinkler repair, tree service and more. We service Austin, Tx and surrounding areas
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By: Frank H.
Alejandro's Lawncare & Landscaping
They installed our sprinkler system and grass about 2.5 years ago. The sprinkler system developed a leak recently. I have called them several times and always get the answering machine. A nice young lady did call back once. But since then there has been silence. The owner apparently does not have the common decency to call me back and schedule a time when he can repair the sprinkler system they installed.
By: Jim H.
Lawn Sculptors
We have used Lawn Sculptors for about 15 years and have always had a great experience. Our two properties have full irrigation systems, and Shane and his team designed and built a 2 acre irrigation system with 27 irrigation stations over the 2 acres. The professionalism and quality of work are evident in the work and pricing has been extremely fair to the homeowner. We use Lawn Sculptors for an annual "health check" of our irrigation system to maintain the irrigation in peak condition. Highly recommend this company.
By: Larry P.
Gomez Landscaping
Hi. My name's Larry P. I contacted several local landscape companies for help with about 40 plantings, half of them small trees such as mimosa, goldenball lead tree, Texas redbud, and mountain laurel, as well as shrubs and flowering plants. All companies sounded at least somewhat promising.However, I liked speaking with Mr. Roberto Gomez by far the best, and his company's work was just exactly what we needed. He's a no-nonsense professional and very genial. Listening closely, he heard what our needs were, gave us what was a very accurate estimate, and two days later everything was planted beautifully, even though they needed to break solid limestone for several of the plantings.They needed only about six hours total to do all the plantings. The speed and efficiency with which they worked was perhaps the most impressive thing of all. That six hours, by the way, also includes removing the embedded stump of a 50-foot red oak tree that had to come down recently because of the drought. Over the two days, we met two of Roberto's crews, all of whom were dedicated people of good humor and also very respectful. Their whole operation is very worthy of admiration and respect itself. We are very satisfied and highly recommend you give them a chance to help you with your landscape needs.
By: 1utfan
Gomez Landscaping
Be aware of Gomez Landscaping. First they don't show up, even with regular customers. Second, they pad their bills. Although they were to do my lawn every week, they didn't show up for an entire month. When I received the bill, I was charged for every single week. When I disputed the bill with Gomez, they said they'd call back but never did. I wouldn't trust them to do anything in my yard again.
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By: johnnyindio
David Landscape Group
Failed to show up to inspect problems with grass. Drip lines kept coming apart.
By: ariorn
Clearview Landscape Design & Arbor
And so far had not repaired. it..
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Employers must conduct all required training in a language and vocabulary that workers can understand. Training must demonstrate the hazards of operating certain machinery, like stone cutters and splitters, as well as how to use them appropriately. It's important to verify that your landscape contractor has taken the necessary steps to fully train its personnel and that the appropriate safety precautions are in place.
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