J V Lawn Care in Dallas, TX with Reviews - YP.com
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By: John J.
Sure Scapes
Excellent company, even though they closed down in 2014. Dustin Moore was very polite, professional and intelligent
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By: Florencio A.
Robin Lawn Care
They started well but ended up skipping service due to weather delay and not even coming after 3 days, besides no answer to my email.Their loss.
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By: Rob H.
Sure Scapes
Sure Scapes llc is out of business, but Dustin Moore was GREATI was interviewing multiple companies to install sod in my front yard. Not only was Dustin Moore professional but polite when he called back with suggestions on what would be the best way to install sod with two full grown trees and shade. They trimmed the trees to let more sunlight in and even said, "if more needs to be trimmed, let us know and we'll come back at no extra cost." When they laid the sod down, I was impressed on how efficient they worked together to get it down. Not only did they get it down quickly but EVERYONE worked and it was professionally laid out. After they completed, they trimmed and mowed my side yard without me asking them to as a courtesy. They even cleaned up after themselves to remove all the excess dirt/soil and any other debris. I was very impressed on the quality of work they did and the education they provided for me on maintaining the lawn. I would recommend this company.
By: Colton I.
The Lawn Mowgul
I do not recommend Lawn Mowgul. Low quality of work, seemed to not adhere to any kind of schedule.Do not use Lawn Mogul.
By: John L.
Robin Lawn Care
Within 5 minutes their subcontractor, yes they subcontract work, Odell Lawn Service in Austin, Katy and Dallas Texas TX, shattered one of my French Door Windows. 5 Minutes.I insisted only a professional could install glass. He said they would just order a door. Well it has been 5 days and one storm later and they haven't done anything. To order a new door is like $125 and they STILL haven't done it! How hard is it???
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By: Andy P.
Texas Express Landscaping
Texas express landscaping is the best landscaping people that I have work with, time and money is the first thing that I see, they have really good prices and the times that the job is the best.
By: Vickie H.
Texas Express Landscaping
Since the first day that I call for a quote they have been really friendly, always on time and the best thing is the quality that they provide. I highly encourage to call them for any landscaping service.
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By: Edoardo M.
Texas Express Landscaping
I'm so happy and glad about this landscaping company, they are always friendly and the services that they provide is really nice quality. highly recommended AA+++
By: Peralta L.
Texas Express Landscaping
Great People to work with, they have friendly staff and any type of job is done with great quality.
By: Judy G.
Avatars Landscaping
I have had a lot of "Clean up" work such as Tree trimming, removal, stump grinding..soil tilling...hard bark mulch..debris removal. I am very satisfied with the work Eric and his helpers have done. Friendly customer service and consistent hard work are their strong points. They did a great job!J.G.
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