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  • 1.Flores Gardening Services

    37903 Avenue 17 1/2


    18.35 mi

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By: Daniel V.
Pacific West Landscape
I'm looking for work have 10year espereci in irrigation and mantenance and foreman am working in Oceanside and Escondido and Encinitas foryou
By: Pamela C.
Champagne Robert Landscape Maintenance & Design
STAY AWAY FROM THIS BUSINESS and BUSINESSMAN!!! I'm living in Stonebridge were HOA fees are over $360 a month, which includes landscaping. As you can tell from the photos I posted champagne landscaping is by far the shoddiest! Bob Champagne has over and over assured me that he would rectify the condition of my front yard. To this date 10/19/2016 none of his promises have come forth.
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By: John M.
Brittsan Landscaping
Formally Brittsan and son enterprises now this must be new name. Family owned scamming business. See BBB for Brittsan and Son Enterprises, for review.Use caution and avoid at all cost!!!!
By: Theah P.
Jensen & Pilegard
I bought a new generator from the one on black stone. It broke down after 3 days and they charged me to get it fixed. What a rip off
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By: Sara G.
Paradise By Design
this number is not paridise by design its been my cell phone number since I was 12 my name is sara graham I live in fresno ca and I am 21 now. I will let you do the math. I do not believe this business even exists anymore if they do they are really late on updating to their current number, if anyone who reed this can update the number or take it completely off this site I would really appreciate it because I have been getting calling interrupting me at work and college and its really getting old thankyou.
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By: Terry B.
Jensen & Pilegard
the worst lawn and garden in fresno, they put in parts when it is not necessary to charge you more, be careful you cant trust someone that does not that
By: L A.
Ar Landscapes
AR Services has worked on two of my homes, installing a sprinkler system in each of them. He built a fantastic deck and raised flower beds with decorative brick and finished with a custom water fountain. He knows his trade and I highly recommend him, you will not be disappointed!
By: michael.zack.737
Hector Espinosa General Yard
caught drinking on the job
By: jason559
Jensen & Pilegard
This place is awful! I called in to check on availability of a mower part. I called around 4pm, was on hold for a very long time so I tried the blackstone location, they picked right up and helped me locate the part number. So I called back this Clovis store (since I am located in Clovis) at 4:45, was put back on hold, but decided I would just wait it out since they closed at 5pm anyway. After waiting on hold over 20 minutes, at 5:09pm, someone there just picked up the phone and slammed it down. Never again will I try this place or give them a penny!
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