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By: Bobby G.
Betts Landscaping
Beware of this company the owner adam betts is a scam artist he does not have integrity and will rip you off
By: Chris B.
4D's Landscaping and Home Improvement
As a professional project manager with 40 years of experience I can give Doug Sandoval's company an unqualified recommendation for a recent residential landscape development project. From a well prepared cost estimate & work scope they executed my project on-time & below budget. Doug made continuous suggestions as to efficient methods to carry out the work flow that only proved his years of qualified experience in the field. Way to go Doug!! Would use them again in a flash.
By: Vanessa T.
Steve's Lawn Svc
This father and son team are rude and all for a terrible job, They do the bare minimum and that is IF they show up! They show up for snow removal 12-13 hours after the storm has ended and then scream at us if we call them. Never even shoveled our walk. It's amazing that they are still in business.
By: Victor R.
Victor Rios Landscaping
Reliable, hard working, honest people. We are extremely happy with their service. We had been using Rios Landscape Company since 2008.
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By: S A.
Steve's Lawn Svc
They redid our front lawn and parts of the back yard. (Treat the soil, New grass seed and top soil and maintain the lawn through the year) Terrible job. Our lawn is full of crab grass and weed. Like not here and there. The entire lawn is crab grass. and when we complained they put weed and feed (charged us for that) end of June which killed most of our grass. Overall Terrible job. Their weekly/bi weekly lawn maintenance guys killed most of my flowering plants.
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