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Chip-N-Dale's Custom Landscaping
Recent Review: Highly Recommend Chip-N-Dales Custom Landscaping. Greg was a pleasure to work with and he ensured our backyard turned out exactly the way we wanted it. His crew was professional and paid attention to details and left our backyard clean and orderly each day of the project. Sincerely appreciated all of Greg's advice and recommendations on design elements. It turned out great, thanks Greg!
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Home Pros Southern NV
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Award 2018Super Service Award
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Recent Review: Matt was great. He came on-site to assess the repairs needed and submitted a quote quickly. He was able to schedule the work at a time that fit my schedule. His eye for detail and his ability to adapt when he met a few unforeseen obstacles was appreciated very much. Very professional and very capable. I had originally hired another company who showed up with the wrong materials. I'm so happy Angie's list had Matt's company rated highly. It's a well deserved rating and we'll use him again. In fact, he's already getting another quote for me.
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Distinctive Exteriors
Recent Review: It was fabulous, they were on time, they were quick to answer questions, and everything was done properly. Phil was on top of the work being done.
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Proficient Patios & Backyard Designs
Recent Review: First of all, their owner and all of their laborers are professional and very nice. My patio cover Is beautiful and I am very happy with the work they did. My first meeting with the owner was great. He was on time, very informative and helpful. I received bids from two other companies but chose to go with Proficient patio even though they were not the lowest bid I received. I felt that they would give me the highest quality product and installation and I was correct. The patio cover is beautiful and is exactly what I wanted. However, I was disappointed in the scheduling and the lack of communication that occurred thoughout the installation. The first worker showed up as scheduled to dig 4 holes and set the footing of the structure. He was courteous and worked hard. He left saying he'd be back the next morning but he never showed. I called and left a message but received no call back. The next morning the inspector showed up but there was nothing for him to inspect. When I called back they were surprised it wasn't done and apologized for the scheduling error. A group came out and finished the footings and I waited for them to come back a few days later. I expected them on Friday but it was a holiday weekend so I didn't call to follow up. I received a call asking me how I liked the patio cover and if they could schedule the final inspection for May 27. I informed the caller that there was no patio cover just the footings. She was once again surprised and put me on hold. She then scheduled someone to come out Sunday to install the patio cover. He nearly finished that day. I expected him back to finish the job after Memorial Day. They once again called to set up final inspection and I told them it wasn't completed. The caller had someone out later that day or the next(can't remember) and it was completed and inspection passed.  Im sure they are very busy trying to get everyone's patio cover installed before summer is in full swing but I felt like I should have stayed on top of them like I was project manager and that shouldn't be the case. It was annoying but in the end I got what I wanted. Stay on top of them and you'll be more than pleased.
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Mauri Landscapes Ltd
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Recent Review: Outstanding! Better than we imagined it.  Backyard is 14,000+ square feet and looks unbelievable!!  Workers were on-time, efficient and always polite.  They had to remove 1+1/2 roll-off dumpsters full of original "natural" Vegas rock and cruddy dirt.  Things were kept neat and clean and communications constant. Chris and his office staff return calls, leave messages and really cared. HOA signed off and full deposit was returned. We have signed up for their periodic tree care (yes we got over 2 DOZEN trees!) Highly recommend Mauri for landscaping, maintenance, clean-up, and any other services they might offer!
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Living Water Lawn and Garden INC
Recent Review: We first met the folks at Living Water at a Home Show at Cashman Center when we first moved to Las Vegas. We had bought a nice home that had a pool but absolutely no landscaping.  We knew the magnitude of the work was large so we divided it into phases. The first phase included the side yard and the backyard.  We got three bids and Living Water was tied for the lowest bid.  We sat down with Mark at Living Water and discussed his design concepts with regard to us eof existing plants. bed shape, selection of lawn materials and hardscape materials.  Mark convinced us that some of our original wants would not integrate well with the pool. He went through several rounds of revisions to create just the atmosphere we wanted.  Living Water was more than happy to help provide the drawings and pictures i needed to get HOA approval of the project. When we awarded the Phase I work to Living Water, I told them that I was a stickler for schedules and needed to know what time his crews would arrive and leave and how much work they would complete each week. They gladly provided a schedule and his crews were always here at least as long as promised if not longer.  Their hardscaping work was a work of artful beauty as they created an internal design within the paver side on the walkways.  Throughout the job they communicated clearly and quickly when unanticipated issues arose.  Unlike so many contractors, they did not try to use these issues to ncrease their price dramatically. When finished the back yard was transformed from a barren desert to a paradise that we spent much of our time in. Given the success with our Phase I work with Living Water, we asked them for a sole quote on the front yard but did not tell them they were not bidding other companies.  By this time we had an idea of what the value of the work should be and felt that the excellent craftsmanship that Living Water provided could not be guaranteed with another company. Living Water came in below our budget and we awarded them the job.  Again they provided a schedule which the consistently met.  Working in the front yard for the Phase II work, they consistently met the requirements of my HOA not to place landscaping materials on the street and to leave it always clean.. Once again they displayed the artistic nature of their people with the magnificent patterns they built into the Travertine tile.  When the project was complete my front yard was transformed from the run of the mill builder grade landscaping to the nicest yard in the subdivision.   The Phase III work was small by comparison to the first two phases. But the Living Water crews still showed the same detail to providing a top quality product. Our home is at the entrance of the neighborhood and we have constantly had residents and guests stop and ask us who did our landscaping.  We are more than happy to give these folks the name of Living Water. We have recently bought a home in Texas and one of my biggest regrets is that I cannot take the Living Water crews with me to Texas to landscape that property.
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Schilling Horticulture Group Inc
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Recent Review: I had seen some pictures in the SNWA calendar of a yard that I really liked. Later I saw one of the same pictures in the zip code magazine and it identified it as Schilling Horticulture group. I was sold. I called and when I first set up the appointment they said I should do a “field design” since I was really only looking for plants to use. We set an appointment and when Norm came out he sold me on doing a full design as he indicated the entire yard could be done for our budget of 10,000. I will say Norm was excellent. Very personable and really knew what he was talking about. We really liked dealing with him and were fine with the up sell. We had to make another appointment with the designer to do a walk through and relay our ideas. From the beginning, I let everyone know that we already had spent over a year researching what we wanted, how we wanted the yard to look, gathering a list of plants, compiling pictures of example of other yards we liked and had a specific design in mind. The reason we called a landscaper in the first place was that it got overwhelming with all the choices available and I wanted some help on the plants – what would work best where. When we did the design “meet and greet” we walked through the yard and went over what we wanted. Some things we were open to suggestions, others were pretty firm. What I did not like was the designer being negative about our desire to have the fake grass. I don’t care if you don’t like it, it’s my yard and fits in with my lifestyle. I live here – you don’t so keep your negativity to yourself. We continued and gave her pictures of everything we wanted and spent a long time trying to convey the aesthetic we wanted – Desert jungle. The next week they came out to measure the yard. As we had already started on some things and had a good idea on other areas, everything was laid out to account for future items (grass, pergola). It took over an hour and a half so it seemed like they were getting all the true measurements. Four weeks later we met for the design proposal. I was a little surprised by how long the whole process took. We made the initial call in February and did not see the design until the second week of April. When we did our front yard, we got three quotes/designs from three companies (all from Angie’s list) and that whole process took less time. I was really hoping for a lot as I loved the SNWA yard (which turned out to be Norm’s yard) and expressed how we wanted that. What we got was not at all what we wanted. The designer totally discounted all the things we had already put in and the areas we laid out. She then did not give us items we specifically asked for, like an evergreen hedgerow in the back raised beds, instead it was grasses. My husband and I were not happy. And when we expressed this to the designer she was snippy. We were not rude but did say we were disappointed as we were expecting more plants and the fact that she didn’t seem to listen to what we wanted. I knew we were specific in our vision which is why we had dozens of pictures that we went over before the design and walked through the yard with everything we wanted. And it seemed like none of it mattered. Norm was running late but when he arrived, he was able to rectify the situation and make suggestions. The designer pretty much shut down and didn’t even want to come up with alternatives because we didn’t like her design. This collaboration on what plants is what I really wanted in the first place so I liked this. Again, I cannot say enough good things about Norm, I just wish he had a different designer. In a week we had the revised plan which was much closer to our original intent. We still had not seen the prices for any of this. Two weeks later (a total of 2 months from the first on site visit) we finally get the proposal. Yes it made it under our budget but included nothing. We had from the beginning said we would do a lot of work to keep the cost down, but not once did I expect the entire budget to be used for plants, drip and mulch. I’m not paying anyone 10,000 to lay some drip line, plant 40 plants, and shovel mulch. For that much I expected the elevation berms to be included as well as all boulders. I am willing to pay more for quality work as I firmly believe you get what you pay for, however I won’t pay more than I think is fair. And this did not seem reasonable to us. We spent less on our front yard and it included a hand stacked slate wall, decomposed granite path, cedar mulch and nearly as many plants. This was also the highest bid at the time but we felt the cost was justified. To make sure it was just not that we had unrealistic expectations, we looked into true costs. We had purchased 8 cubic yards of cedar mulch before and knew that cost. We had installed drip lines and checked the cost for all the items included. We went to STAR nursery and looked at plant cost. We also asked for a line item break down so we could see better where the money was going but we were told they could not do that. The previous landscaper did a line item breakdown, including profit. I’m ok if you list out $2500 for overhead and profit. I get that you have to make money – it’s your job. I don’t expect to pay the exact same as if I did it myself. But I do want to see where my money is going. In the end we could not justify the cost. Even $2,000 less and we would probably have done it – and that still would have been more than we had spent on the front yard (which had more things to it). We did spend the $750 for the design. If I ever have any plant issues, their company will be the first I call to take care of them as we do trust Norm’s knowledge of plants. Anything that requires the designer I’ll stay away from. As for the backyard, we will be installing all of it ourselves and while using some aspects of the design we paid for, we’ll make it even more like we initially wanted. I think we would have been better off with the initial field design we originally requested and saved everybody some time.
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Pergoroof, Inc.
Business Description: PERGOROOF is Commercial and Residential motorized, remote controlled, waterproof, retractable awning system. High-end retractable pergola awning with aluminum structure, offers lasting and aesthetic systems to make use of your patio, terrace, and backyard all year around.
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Green Guru Landscaping
Business Description: Green Guru Landscaping is here to serve our customers with the upmost pride and integrity behind our products and services that we offer to our valued clients! We specialize in high end landscape design for our clients! Additionally we offer: patio construction, concrete, pavers, landscaping, planting, irrigation, patio covers of all sorts-insulated panel patio covers to lattice style covers and pergolas. Contact us today for your landscape construction needs! Thank you!
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Paradise Builders
Business Description: The authority in backyard patios and custom built patio covers in the Las Vegas Area Since 1999. We have been specializing in custom built patios & patio covers, as well as the complete backyard. We offer the most durable, completely custom aluminum patio covers on the market that are virtually maintenance free and best of all, they're affordable! Shade any area with a freestanding pergola and create an outdoor living area in no time. Extend your living room into your backyard with an attached solid or lattice top patio cover.

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AChip-N-Dale's Custom Landscaping
Highly Recommend Chip-N-Dales Custom Landscaping. Greg was a pleasure to work with and he ensured our backyard turned out exactly the way we wanted it. His crew was professional and paid attention to details and left our backyard clean and orderly each day of the project. Sincerely appreciated all of Greg's advice and recommendations on design elements. It turned out great, thanks Greg!
- Dana G....
AHome Pros Southern NV
Matt was great. He came on-site to assess the repairs needed and submitted a quote quickly. He was able to schedule the work at a time that fit my schedule. His eye for detail and his ability to adapt when he met a few unforeseen obstacles was appreciated very much. Very professional and very capable. I had originally hired another company who showed up with the wrong materials. I'm so happy Angie's list had Matt's company rated highly. It's a well deserved rating and we'll use him again. In fact, he's already getting another quote for me.
- Travis M....
ADistinctive Exteriors
It was fabulous, they were on time, they were quick to answer questions, and everything was done properly. Phil was on top of the work being done.
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BProficient Patios & Backyard Designs
First of all, their owner and all of their laborers are professional and very nice. My patio cover Is beautiful and I am very happy with the work they did. My first meeting with the owner was great. He was on time, very informative and helpful. I received bids from two other companies but chose to go with Proficient patio even though they were not the lowest bid I received. I felt that they would give me the highest quality product and installation and I was correct. The patio cover is beautiful and is exactly what I wanted. However, I was disappointed in the scheduling and the lack of communication that occurred thoughout the installation. The first worker showed up as scheduled to dig 4 holes and set the footing of the structure. He was courteous and worked hard. He left saying he'd be back the next morning but he never showed. I called and left a message but received no call back. The next morning the inspector showed up but there was nothing for him to inspect. When I called back they were surprised it wasn't done and apologized for the scheduling error. A group came out and finished the footings and I waited for them to come back a few days later. I expected them on Friday but it was a holiday weekend so I didn't call to follow up. I received a call asking me how I liked the patio cover and if they could schedule the final inspection for May 27. I informed the caller that there was no patio cover just the footings. She was once again surprised and put me on hold. She then scheduled someone to come out Sunday to install the patio cover. He nearly finished that day. I expected him back to finish the job after Memorial Day. They once again called to set up final inspection and I told them it wasn't completed. The caller had someone out later that day or the next(can't remember) and it was completed and inspection passed.  Im sure they are very busy trying to get everyone's patio cover installed before summer is in full swing but I felt like I should have stayed on top of them like I was project manager and that shouldn't be the case. It was annoying but in the end I got what I wanted. Stay on top of them and you'll be more than pleased.
- Leigh-anne H....
AMauri Landscapes Ltd
Outstanding! Better than we imagined it.  Backyard is 14,000+ square feet and looks unbelievable!!  Workers were on-time, efficient and always polite.  They had to remove 1+1/2 roll-off dumpsters full of original "natural" Vegas rock and cruddy dirt.  Things were kept neat and clean and communications constant. Chris and his office staff return calls, leave messages and really cared. HOA signed off and full deposit was returned. We have signed up for their periodic tree care (yes we got over 2 DOZEN trees!) Highly recommend Mauri for landscaping, maintenance, clean-up, and any other services they might offer!
- Richard B....
ALiving Water Lawn and Garden INC
We first met the folks at Living Water at a Home Show at Cashman Center when we first moved to Las Vegas. We had bought a nice home that had a pool but absolutely no landscaping.  We knew the magnitude of the work was large so we divided it into phases. The first phase included the side yard and the backyard.  We got three bids and Living Water was tied for the lowest bid.  We sat down with Mark at Living Water and discussed his design concepts with regard to us eof existing plants. bed shape, selection of lawn materials and hardscape materials.  Mark convinced us that some of our original wants would not integrate well with the pool. He went through several rounds of revisions to create just the atmosphere we wanted.  Living Water was more than happy to help provide the drawings and pictures i needed to get HOA approval of the project. When we awarded the Phase I work to Living Water, I told them that I was a stickler for schedules and needed to know what time his crews would arrive and leave and how much work they would complete each week. They gladly provided a schedule and his crews were always here at least as long as promised if not longer.  Their hardscaping work was a work of artful beauty as they created an internal design within the paver side on the walkways.  Throughout the job they communicated clearly and quickly when unanticipated issues arose.  Unlike so many contractors, they did not try to use these issues to ncrease their price dramatically. When finished the back yard was transformed from a barren desert to a paradise that we spent much of our time in. Given the success with our Phase I work with Living Water, we asked them for a sole quote on the front yard but did not tell them they were not bidding other companies.  By this time we had an idea of what the value of the work should be and felt that the excellent craftsmanship that Living Water provided could not be guaranteed with another company. Living Water came in below our budget and we awarded them the job.  Again they provided a schedule which the consistently met.  Working in the front yard for the Phase II work, they consistently met the requirements of my HOA not to place landscaping materials on the street and to leave it always clean.. Once again they displayed the artistic nature of their people with the magnificent patterns they built into the Travertine tile.  When the project was complete my front yard was transformed from the run of the mill builder grade landscaping to the nicest yard in the subdivision.   The Phase III work was small by comparison to the first two phases. But the Living Water crews still showed the same detail to providing a top quality product. Our home is at the entrance of the neighborhood and we have constantly had residents and guests stop and ask us who did our landscaping.  We are more than happy to give these folks the name of Living Water. We have recently bought a home in Texas and one of my biggest regrets is that I cannot take the Living Water crews with me to Texas to landscape that property.
- John F....
BSchilling Horticulture Group Inc
I had seen some pictures in the SNWA calendar of a yard that I really liked. Later I saw one of the same pictures in the zip code magazine and it identified it as Schilling Horticulture group. I was sold. I called and when I first set up the appointment they said I should do a “field design” since I was really only looking for plants to use. We set an appointment and when Norm came out he sold me on doing a full design as he indicated the entire yard could be done for our budget of 10,000. I will say Norm was excellent. Very personable and really knew what he was talking about. We really liked dealing with him and were fine with the up sell. We had to make another appointment with the designer to do a walk through and relay our ideas. From the beginning, I let everyone know that we already had spent over a year researching what we wanted, how we wanted the yard to look, gathering a list of plants, compiling pictures of example of other yards we liked and had a specific design in mind. The reason we called a landscaper in the first place was that it got overwhelming with all the choices available and I wanted some help on the plants – what would work best where. When we did the design “meet and greet” we walked through the yard and went over what we wanted. Some things we were open to suggestions, others were pretty firm. What I did not like was the designer being negative about our desire to have the fake grass. I don’t care if you don’t like it, it’s my yard and fits in with my lifestyle. I live here – you don’t so keep your negativity to yourself. We continued and gave her pictures of everything we wanted and spent a long time trying to convey the aesthetic we wanted – Desert jungle. The next week they came out to measure the yard. As we had already started on some things and had a good idea on other areas, everything was laid out to account for future items (grass, pergola). It took over an hour and a half so it seemed like they were getting all the true measurements. Four weeks later we met for the design proposal. I was a little surprised by how long the whole process took. We made the initial call in February and did not see the design until the second week of April. When we did our front yard, we got three quotes/designs from three companies (all from Angie’s list) and that whole process took less time. I was really hoping for a lot as I loved the SNWA yard (which turned out to be Norm’s yard) and expressed how we wanted that. What we got was not at all what we wanted. The designer totally discounted all the things we had already put in and the areas we laid out. She then did not give us items we specifically asked for, like an evergreen hedgerow in the back raised beds, instead it was grasses. My husband and I were not happy. And when we expressed this to the designer she was snippy. We were not rude but did say we were disappointed as we were expecting more plants and the fact that she didn’t seem to listen to what we wanted. I knew we were specific in our vision which is why we had dozens of pictures that we went over before the design and walked through the yard with everything we wanted. And it seemed like none of it mattered. Norm was running late but when he arrived, he was able to rectify the situation and make suggestions. The designer pretty much shut down and didn’t even want to come up with alternatives because we didn’t like her design. This collaboration on what plants is what I really wanted in the first place so I liked this. Again, I cannot say enough good things about Norm, I just wish he had a different designer. In a week we had the revised plan which was much closer to our original intent. We still had not seen the prices for any of this. Two weeks later (a total of 2 months from the first on site visit) we finally get the proposal. Yes it made it under our budget but included nothing. We had from the beginning said we would do a lot of work to keep the cost down, but not once did I expect the entire budget to be used for plants, drip and mulch. I’m not paying anyone 10,000 to lay some drip line, plant 40 plants, and shovel mulch. For that much I expected the elevation berms to be included as well as all boulders. I am willing to pay more for quality work as I firmly believe you get what you pay for, however I won’t pay more than I think is fair. And this did not seem reasonable to us. We spent less on our front yard and it included a hand stacked slate wall, decomposed granite path, cedar mulch and nearly as many plants. This was also the highest bid at the time but we felt the cost was justified. To make sure it was just not that we had unrealistic expectations, we looked into true costs. We had purchased 8 cubic yards of cedar mulch before and knew that cost. We had installed drip lines and checked the cost for all the items included. We went to STAR nursery and looked at plant cost. We also asked for a line item break down so we could see better where the money was going but we were told they could not do that. The previous landscaper did a line item breakdown, including profit. I’m ok if you list out $2500 for overhead and profit. I get that you have to make money – it’s your job. I don’t expect to pay the exact same as if I did it myself. But I do want to see where my money is going. In the end we could not justify the cost. Even $2,000 less and we would probably have done it – and that still would have been more than we had spent on the front yard (which had more things to it). We did spend the $750 for the design. If I ever have any plant issues, their company will be the first I call to take care of them as we do trust Norm’s knowledge of plants. Anything that requires the designer I’ll stay away from. As for the backyard, we will be installing all of it ourselves and while using some aspects of the design we paid for, we’ll make it even more like we initially wanted. I think we would have been better off with the initial field design we originally requested and saved everybody some time.
- Shannon S....