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By: grn286
Marlowe's We Care Co Inc
This business is more suited to landscaping at businesses and not residential. Their prices are high. Getting a firm quote before any work is done is highly recommended or you may be very surprised at the bill you receive. The quality of the work is lacking due to lack of experience and training of employees and miscommunication between supervisors and employees, as well as, between upper management supervisors and the lower on the job supervisors. It is recommended that all details of the job be gone over very carefully and in complete detail with the on site supervisor and the crew before work is done and to keep a watchful eye on the work in progress in case the men are left to work on their own when the supervisor leaves, which often happens. We personally, will not be hiring them again for our residential needs.
By: Jon A.
Marlowe's We Care Co Inc
Got stood up on the day I came home to meet the owner for a scheduled appointment for an estimate. They came the next day and I explained what I wanted done and the guy immediately told me what he was going to do. The estimate was 3 times more than the other two companies that gave estimates for the same work.. I would not recommend this company to anyone unless money and budget are not an issue.....
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