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09/25/2017
By: Lisa J.
East Coast Pressure Washing and Landscaping Services
John is amazing! Very professional and yet feels like you have known him forever. I hired him to take care of some things at my mothers place while I was visiting and it looks like a different place. It is such a comfort to know after I return home , there is someone who is taking care of my mothers yard I can trust will not take advantage of her.
10/13/2016
By: Susan R.
GloBug Landscaping & Lighting Services
Our Landscaping service retired due to a family emergency, and gave all of their clients over to Globug. From the beginning, we were disappointed with their services.Weekly maintenance was "spotty" at best, but the straw that broke the camel's back was the abject neglect of any maintenance of our flower beds. We do not live here full time, so we depend on the lawn and gardens to be maintained so that the house does not give the appearance of being empty!We asked on multiple occasions that someone weed the beds....the crew that they sent didn't know weeds from flowers, consequently we lost all of our new Lantana plants, and about 99 % of our black eyed Susans! The beds became so full of weeds that you couldn't see the flowers or the lighting! The neighbors began to make comments, and the HOA cited a warning. Globug gave one excuse after another, and finally we had to let them go and hire a new company. I would not recommend them to anyone.
02/28/2015
By: Kim D.
Southland Nursery
Be careful when buying from this company. They give you a year warranty on palm trees but when you have an issue you cannot get anyone to come and look at your tree to see what is going on with it. They were rude on the phone and would not commit to a time to come look at it. Funny how they can take your money super fast but when you have a problem they are unavailable.
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