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07/20/2017
By: Michele M.
C N Landscaping
Finding Noy Moran, owner of Creating Natures Landscaping, was a breath of fresh air for me as he was the fourth landscaping company I contacted – he should have been the first. Two of the landscapers were arrogant and expensive. One invented unnecessary projects for him to do. The one I hired before C-N Landscaping, made a mess of my backyard and would never finish the job in spite of a written deadline. I hired C-N Landscaping to finish and restore and finish my backyard to what it was supposed to be and then hired him again to complete my front yard.Why I HIGHLY recommend C-N Landscaping:1.Respectful and pleasant! Noy actually asked me what I liked. No other landscaper asked me – they either thought I was an idiot or just wanted to impress me with what they knew. Noy worked with me – making suggestions and giving recommendations when I asked. He would problem solve with me in a warm and friendly manner.2.Met deadlines and communicated with me through phone, email or texts. When they couldn’t work on the unfinished tiled patio, they recommended someone who was also prompt and communicated well.3.Reasonably priced with the highest quality of products and work. Noy stands behind his work. All work was completed within the estimated amount of time.Sorry for the long review, but I was just that pleased with the outcome of working with C-N Landscaping. Would I hire again…you betcha!
07/09/2017
By: Michele M.
G & A Landscaping
Lack of communication, professionalism, making up excuses, and meeting deadlines are by far their areas of problems. They would promise to show up and wouldn't, would not return calls, texts, or emails and took frequent breaks when they did show up. I finally told them not to come back to save my stress level with trying to get them to work. They actually chose two park sixe trees for my average size backyard. Full grown, these trees would be 35’ x 35’. They planted them 12’ apart. I ended up donating them to Habitats for Humanity. They emptied the water trough for the tile saw onto plants, rocks and posts. The patio tile job, estimated at two days of work, stretched out to over a month and still not completed. I had a written contract to have the job completed by May 25th, and then extended to May 31st. by me. They couldn't meet either deadline. I went into contract with them on April 29th and fired them on June 5th. I had a huge party planned on June 10th - with a half done backyard. Also, as a nonsmoker, I was disgusted to see my backyard littered with cigarette butts, as at least one of the grandsons was a smoker.It is sad that the grandfather built his company over 30 years and is now trying to retire and turn over his company to his grandsons. They are not ready to take it on. DO NOT USE THIS COMPANY!
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06/14/2016
By: Jeff A.
Gonzales landscaping
Top Service. Very smart. They will help you. very good price. Came on time and are very clean. I recommend them for anyone needing Landscaping.
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03/05/2015
By: Bob K.
A Landscaping
Ramon Alvarez Jr. associated with A+ Landscaping dose a very professional job and the property always looks well maintained. Ramona is dedicated, dependable and loyal to his customers. We appreciate him and his business.....Bob & Shirley Ketchem
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03/04/2015
By: Grace C.
A Landscaping
A+ did an awesome job on our yard and our neighbors yard!!
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