Waterbury Landscaping in Melbourne, FL with Reviews - YP.com
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10/26/2017
By: Joe K.
Green Thumb Landscaping Inc
If you’re thinking about doing business with Green Thumb Landscaping in Melbourne Fl think again! I ordered 3 pallets of St. Augustine sod installed from this business and most of the sod died within a couple of weeks even though we followed their instructions for taking care of the lawn after it was installed. When we complained about the sod dying we just got the run around and eventually was ignored.
06/23/2017
By: Kenny K.
Green Thumb Landscaping Inc
I have interacted with the owner personally on several occasions, he is an honest straight shooter, solid family man.I would recommend them highly!
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06/11/2017
By: Brian B.
B & E Lawn Maintenance Inc
This Company took over from my last lawn care guy I LOVED Shawn Wells after Shawn had medical issues ... He and his "questionably" US registered "employees" basically didn't do much of anything & dumped me saying I didn't pay them. I have records showing I have. Didn't even provide the decency to contact me ... Danielle Brian J is a fraud and at least a POOR businessman ... I am proceeding to ban him from Tortoise Island Community association, Satellite Beach, FL. Mainly to protect my 320+ neighbors. He blew me off on the phone today after not even having the common courtesy to contact me.
01/14/2017
By: Javier N.
Green Thumb Landscaping Inc
Not professional at all. They need to find better personable employees. Will not recommend. Horrible customer service.
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04/21/2016
By: Christopher W.
Green Thumb Landscaping Inc
Unless you own a business and need commercial landscaping work done, you will be completely ignored by the owner of Green Thumb. 6 weeks ago the owner, Mark, came out to give me an estimate on prepping the back of my property for sod. He seemed very knowledgeable and gave a fair estimate. I scheduled the work to be done, and when the day came for them to be there they didn't show up. I called the office and was able to talk to the receptionist probably 10 times over the past 4 weeks, and every time they say they will have the owner call me right away. I never received a single call from the guy. So now I'm going to rent the equipment and do it myself. If you need a medium to small sized residential job done, go anywhere but Green Thumb.
08/18/2015
By: Kathleen V.
Smilin' Curbs
Horrible employees. Trucks drive around with brake lights not working. Very rude company. Would not recommend!
06/19/2015
By: Max R.
Terrascape LLC
One truck of this company was parked on my yard without permission and it crushed my main water pipe. From the company I did not have make any repair, nor refund or apology. Rude guys with no respect for other people property.
07/20/2012
By: linda.chiappetta.1
Green Thumb Landscaping Inc
if you need sod, this is the place to get it. I had a pallet delivered early this year and I couldn't be happier with my new grass.
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