Reviews for Parkville Landscapers
Being an Angie's List member, obviously the first thing I did was go home and check them out. Quite a few C's, D's and F's -- uh oh, not good. It took another trip back to Cripple Creek, and yet another strong recommendation by their staff, before I decided to bite the bullet and give
As it turned out, I made the right choice. First, after hearing that I wanted the stone retaining wall to coordinate as closely as possible with the stonework on the front of my house, he recommended a different material than what I had chosen. I went back to Cripple Creek (a third time) to look at his recommended material, and it was indeed a much better match, and no significant difference in price.
With an unseasonably warm March, an opportunity presented itself to get the job done earlier than I had thought. Called
One thing to be aware of: he is definitely into the practice of suggestive upselling. He's persuasive but not pushy, and I didn't mind at all - the guy's in business and he has every right to try to suggest other ways to make an extra buck. I even had him provide a quote for the flagstone pathway he was recommending, but in the end, I just had him do the retaining wall work to stay within my budget.
In summary, while other Angie's List members may have had difficulties in the past, my own experience in the present with "