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Duane G.
"We couldn't believe the wonderful job they did. The two men who did the work were wonderful. They were efficient, courteous and cleaned up so well. And for that kind of job it" certainly wasn't easy. What a great job. They curved the wall never expected that. Also mulched when the job was done. Just call them. You won't need to call anyone else. Honest.
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Linda R.
"With I signed up I provided three available dates as shown on the sign up form. All for when I return from vacation and could be present. When I returned from vacation I noticed that" the work had been done.... or part of the work. The Ad was for 3000 sq ft with anything over that to be extra cost, which I was prepared to pay as my yard is between 4000-4500 sq. ft. Well
only aerated around 3000 sq. ft and did the best part of the lawn, not the side yard and worst areas. They just showed up, with no prior notification and only did part of the work. I have been in contact with them but they claim Angie's List gets $40 of the deal and they only get $60 (not my problem), they can only return if I would pay them another $100. I offered to pay extra $35 (extra footage prorated) and they have no longer responded. Now I have to rent an aerator myself to complete this job, which I was trying to avoid by having contracted with them. Waste of my time and money!
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Lorin L.
"3 weeks ago we called to inquire if
could give us an estimate for weekly grass cutting.
called back immediately, came to our house within" a couple days. He impressed me with his responsiveness, professionalism, and friendliness. We hired them on the spot, as the price was right. At that same time he gave us the estimate for mulching. We agreed on doing a light amount of around 4 yards. Yesterday the crew spread 7 yards and did a beautiful job - not charging us extra. I don't expect extra free mulch next year, but they certainly went above and beyond in service for us. The grass cutting has been excellent, and the clippings are blown off our walk, deck and driveway afterwards, leaving a perfectly neat lawn.

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It's the time of year when the winter weather can take a toll. Follow this winter maintenance checklist to protect your home, your car and your health.

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A homeowner's guide to types of grasses, lawn care tips, useful equipment, how to hire a lawn care company and no-maintenance alternatives to the traditional lawn.

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How to Get Rid of Springtails

One of the most effective ways to control springtails is to dry out the infested area. Springtails require a high-moisture environment to breed and thrive, living mostly off of algaes that grow in moist conditions. They will either leave the infested area or die out. If there is an infestation that cannot be controlled by drying out the infested area, use an appropriately labeled insecticide with a residual time These will typically be a liquid concentrate form, a wet-able powder form, or a dust product.  DO NOT APPLY UNTIL AREAS ARE DRY.  If area will not dry naturally, use Corn Starch to soak-up any lingering moisture and otherwise 'steer' any rain water or irrigation away from area.


Also, if there is a noticed springtail infestation around the perimeter of the structure, use the insecticide to do a barrier treatment and apply corn starch to reduce or eliminate moisture. Caulk and seal all cracks and crevices and inspect potted plants before they are brought into the house.


I would talk to your local lawn and garden supply store (or mill and feed) - NOT a box store or hardware store. There are also selective grass control chemicals. YOu can research this by Googling using search string      "Tall Fescue Control" - there are lots of articles by the USDA and individual state cooperative extension services.

There is a treatment called chlorsulfuron TFC (Tall Fescue Control) that will do this - it worked for me in western New York, but took 3 years to finish out all the tall fescue. It may now be limited to use by commercial applicators - pretty potent stuff. Can yellow bluegrass or make it phytosensitive, but our looked OK during treatment because the TFC was applied in the fall for best results, and our lawn was dormant till spring anyway.

Tall fescue can also be controlled by real short mowing, but only in areas where the bluegrass is dominant and really thrives so will eventually crowd out the trimmed fescue, but you may be too far north for that.



Lawn And Yard Work reviews in Pittsburgh


I found this provider on the Angies List site and called for an estimate. They responded promptly and professionally and
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came out to look at the area and give me an estimate. I had originally asked for the planting bed to be cleared out and for an estimate for having the grass cut biweekly.
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got back to me quickly with an estimate and let me know that they would not be able to do the grass cutting for me however she did provide me with two names of people who they recommended who may be able to help me with that. It took about a month from the estimate to the time that they were able to get to me to do the work (I thought this was a perfectly reasonable amount of time given the time of year). When the men came they were professional, quick, and did a great job. I was able to plant vegetables in the area that afternoon! I would recommend this company to anyone with landscape needs.
- R. S.

At the time I paid for service (Sept. 2013), I inquired if the contract would take care of yard care up through the following September, 2014 and was told YES. I thought $365 was a bit steep for a season, but it seemed OK if it included all the things I needed for a whole year. I was also told it would include an special services I needed--whatever might be necessary to keep my lawn looking good for a year. (I was now a "preferred customer." )
In May of 2014, I noticed some bare spots and called to request some extra grass seed. TruGreen was very nice over the phone and said they could do that. The technician who came out to do the next application did not remember the grass seed. I called a couple weeks later and they said someone would come out, but it would have to be a manager. The manager never called back. Meanwhile, I got a bill for the regular service performed by the technician for $20.
When I called to ask about the bill, they said my account "ran out" of money. Apparently, the initial contract was not explained correctly and it was really only good for 5 applications plus the initial seeding, aeration and grub control. After speaking to customer service, they took the $20 off my account and were "nice" over the phone but would have to charge me for a new year if I wanted to continue service. I tried to speak to the service manager and customer service a couple more times-- but got the same story: It was NOT a year contract, but a "seasonal" contract and the balance ran out (as they subtracted each $42 lawn application). I canceled my service instead of continuing with a new contract since I think that is too expensive and the communication was very misleading.
- Felicia T.

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started doing my lawn at the end of the season last year without any issues. This season we had some discussion about him cutting when it was too wet or at least bagging the long grass . I am asthmatic and allergic to cut grass. I always left cold drinks for his workers and he was paid immediately in cash. Then he cut on June 3rd. I was scheduled for cancer surgery on the 5th....I received a message that he had broken a solar lawn light and would replace it. Then he just refused to show up or answer his phone. I have tried to contact him for 4 weeks..he left me stranded...no call, and would not even return a call to the landscaper that sold him my lawn! I caught him leaving a bill for one of the neighbors and tried to take his license plate number off his truck, but he ran. He left a post op cancer patient stranded in a borough that fines for long grass! I will take him to court if I can find him and catch him when he shows to do the neighbors yards!
- Patricia K.

I have been using
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for lawn care for several years. They are very dependable, and do a nice job. We have a number of slopes on our property, and our previous lawn service tore the slopes up with their equipment, but
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does not do that. I plan to continue to use them and to ask them to take on some other projects.
- Gary H.

We first had them come out last year for an estimate, and when we went to go forward this year the owner,
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, told us that the estimate was wrong and the old employee only did an estimate that covered part of the wall while we wanted the whole wall replaced, so we were a little annoyed from the beginning. Considering this is a project we needed to budget thousands of dollars for we needed to know rough numbers in advance.
After a lot of back and forth we finally got a contract signed, and then I realized that if we were going to get a permit (which we're required to do by Pittsburgh building code), they wanted us to get it ourselves. It was a huge hassle and involved hiring an independent engineer to do drawings, multiple trips to the building office, etc. When I asked if they might do the application process for us, I never got a response to the question.
We finally got the permit, and work started. Day 1 they realized that the wall was far more substantial than they initially suspected. They had to stop work for a day to get an additional piece of equipment that could tear down the wall. Then after they resumed work they told us they could only do half of the wall because the wall shared a property line with our neighbor's structurally questionable garage. They either needed to bulldoze the garage, get our neighbors to sign a liability waiver, or they could only do the part that didn't border the garage. At this point my husband got really angry and said that this should have been figured out before we signed a contract with them or started the project. We ended up not being able to get our neighbors to agree and had to just cut the project down to half of the wall.
The initial projection for the whole wall was 8-10 days, and doing half the wall ending up taking about that time. We had made it clear that we would be leaving for vacation on a certain date and that everything needed to be finished before we left or we wouldn't pay the balance. We got the final invoice on Saturday with a note that if it wasn't paid in a week we would get a 10% surcharge, and were leaving Monday. Meanwhile our yard still had one of their tarps, several pieces of rebar and other large pieces of metal. I had to email multiple times and finally call while we were sitting in
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on a layover flight. They ended up having to take pictures of the cleanup so that I could pay by credit card while I was out of the country.
As a rundown, the work quality was excellent. We're really happy with the final product, but the customer service left something to be desired. I will say that
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agreed to extend a coupon for 15% off work done in March or April to our project in May because of how long it took to get a final estimate, sign the contract and get the permits which we definitely appreciated. The cleanup was terrible and we're still finding pieces of scrap and geogrid that were left behind in the weeds on the hill. If they had done some more advance planning, handled the permitting and had done a good cleanup job I would have given them a B or possibly even an A, but these issues got them the C rating.
We would probably still use them on another project, but only if the expectations were made crystal clear from the beginning. If you use them make sure everything is spelled out in your contract and do a final review before you settle the account to make sure everything is how it's supposed to be.
- Erin S.

Arrived right on time and performed all services as specified in the estimate. They did an excellent job, kept the yard very neat, and disposed of all the yard waste. I would definitely use them again.
- Lisa H.

They were very friendly and prompt in giving us an estimate, but their prices were just too high. My husband ended up doing the work himself for a fraction of the cost.
- Stefanie S.

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Tiberi's Lawn Care & Snow Rmvl

111 Singer Way

Tim Hinebaugh Arborist

119 Augustine Rd





Tom Nagy Landscaping

456 W Starz Rd

Tony Gatto Landscaping & Home Improvements

3705 Perrysville Ave


6645 Singletree Dr


Allison Park




3812 William Flynn Hwy
Allison Park


8529 South Ave


82 Sportsmans Dr


108 Allenbill Dr

Tuff Turf Lawn Care

5114 Union St




PO Box 8732

Uriah Landscape Supply

1108 Lakeview Dr

Valenti Landscaping

2705 Radebaugh Rd

Vasko Tree & Stump Grinding Service

12020 Eisenhower Dr



Viglio Landscaping

1260 Free Ln
Turtle Creek






PO Box 614

Walter Trapp Inc

236 Lang Rd

warner landscaping

4784 Cypress St

WD Landscape Management

171 North Rd.

West Penn Properties Group LLC

1213 Voskamp St

Westmoreland Concrete Construction

812 Sherman Avenue



Wichman Landscape Construction

107 Buehner Dr

wilhelm and harvey construction

514 Griffin St

William Staley & Co

230 Center Church Rd

Wizzers Tree Service LLC

810 Franklin Rd

Woehler Landscaping LLC

1527 Holiyel Rd







Zalar's LLC

5532 Hacienda Dr

Zappa's Lawn Care

P. O. Box 128

Zingrone Landscaping


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