Victory Gardens in Meridian, ID with Reviews -
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By: Greg D.
Perfect Earth Landscaping & Design
Overall the work and final landscaping experience is a 2. The plant choices were good. Grading was fair at best, once the grass came in (the areas that actually grew) showed low spots and weedy areas. The sprinkler system itself is a mess. The main lines on each side of my property are actually 1 1/2-2 feet on my neighbors property. There is poor coverage of the sprinkler lines, some areas coverage does not overlap and there are to few heads, causing numerous dry areas and dead grass. The sprinkler control manifolds are not one peice, having been made from parts, hoses and LOW pressure lines - already leaking. Lastly the drip system is not on a separate systems, but on the same lines as the sprinkler lines. Now we have to have it repaired, fixed, and upgraded. For the amount we paid this landscaping outfit, is was not an overall good experience. Will not recmmend them.
By: Jennifer P.
RentEstate Property Management
When I was looking to rent, I found my home through Rent Estate. They were friendly, helpful, and always returned my call right away. Thank you for helping me find my new home.
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