Oklahoma City Gravel Spreading

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Business Description: We are a small family owned and operated company. We strive to do every job exactly as if we was doing it on our own property
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Business Description: AYNES ENTERPRISES serves Oklahomans with excellence providing the following services for both residential and commercial: LANDSCAPING (Creative design and installation, patios, walkways, retaining walls, water features and gardens, decks, land clearing and lawn main.) SPRINKLER SYSTEMS / LANDSCAPE LIGHTING / DRAINAGE (Design, installation and repair.) FIREPLACE AND CHIMNEY (Fully certified: no mess cleaning, repairs, water leaks, relining, brick and mortar, smoke problems and inspections.) AYNES ENTERPRISES has stood for quality, service, and reliability for many years, and backs all work with dependable warranties that include both materials and expert craftsmans Additional Services Offered: Lawn Irrigation. Leaf Removal. Lighting. Masonry. Misting Systems. Mulch & Topsoil. Outdoor Kitchens and Living. Patios. Pressure Washing. Roto-Tilling. Snow Removal. Stone & Gravel. Tree Service.
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Business Description: At Trademark we pride ourselves on doing it right the first time, so you can be assured that when we leave the job site it will meet your expectations! We do custom fencing from cedar to iron, including custom gates to vinyl chain link. In addition to fencing we build Pergolas and also clear brush and trees. We can even install gravel roads or pad sites.
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Business Description: We provide general dirt work services to include dump truck, backhoe and box blade.
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Recent Review: The job went great! We got done just in time before the rain came in. The customer was very happy with the work that was completed.
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Recent Review: The job took about a day.  They hand dug the trench behind the shrubs on the north  and east sides of the house, filled them with gravel and placed the large 4-5" plastic pipe in.  When finished they put sod in the front yard where they exacavated.  Works great.
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Recent Review: Matt Vaughn is the owner of A Superior Design. He was responsive to my initial inquiry and came by within a couple of days to discuss the project. We had a 50 year old gravel driveway with ruts and grass growing in the wrong places. The old driveway was U-shaped and did not allow for cars to get by if one was parked under the porticochere. Together, we came up with a design that was both practical and beautiful. He added a drive-by lane, re-engineered the infrastructure of the driveway to prevent rutting and allow for good drainage, added flagstone to the entrances and edged it with mortared natural stone blocks. Matt coordinated all of the materials and machinery to arrive at the right time so nothing was just sitting around and we were able to use the driveway during a lot of the construction. This is a big job and Matt had a big crew to get the job done efficiently (within a week). He's a good communicator and had us make sure that we were happy with the work as he went along. He was open to last-minute changes. He is a perfectionist and has high standards for his crew. The driveway absolutely adds curb appeal and sophistication to the property. The crew took care of all of the trash and made sure all of the details were dealt with. Overall, it could not have gone more smoothly. We will definitely use Matt for future landscaping and hardscaping. We negotiated a very fair price for the project
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Recent Review: No problems, cleaned up after themselves and were polite
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Recent Review: I spent about $4000 to $4500 on that service.  In the backyard he designed some landscaping and designed a pergola structure.  He installed the landscaping, a Pea gravel patio, and a pergola.  I thought that he was really exceptional at creative ideas and that was the best thing he did.  That is where he shines.  For the installation of my pergola structures, I would give him an A, but for the landscaping and patio installation I would give him a B.  For his creative ideas I would give him an A.  His designs I would give an A, but installation a B.  He was very professional.  I would use his design services, but not the installation service.  He did a beautiful job on the pergola, he did that well and it was just the bedding in the landscaping, I did not think that he did a very good job putting in.
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Recent Review: It was great. He was wonderful. He gets an A on everything.

Reviews in Oklahoma City to Spread Gravel

AMorris Bobcat Services LLC
The job went great! We got done just in time before the rain came in. The customer was very happy with the work that was completed.
- Tanner F....
AMAXWELL LANDSCAPE CO LLC
The job took about a day.  They hand dug the trench behind the shrubs on the north  and east sides of the house, filled them with gravel and placed the large 4-5" plastic pipe in.  When finished they put sod in the front yard where they exacavated.  Works great.
- Leslie T....
AA Superior Design Co
Matt Vaughn is the owner of A Superior Design. He was responsive to my initial inquiry and came by within a couple of days to discuss the project. We had a 50 year old gravel driveway with ruts and grass growing in the wrong places. The old driveway was U-shaped and did not allow for cars to get by if one was parked under the porticochere. Together, we came up with a design that was both practical and beautiful. He added a drive-by lane, re-engineered the infrastructure of the driveway to prevent rutting and allow for good drainage, added flagstone to the entrances and edged it with mortared natural stone blocks. Matt coordinated all of the materials and machinery to arrive at the right time so nothing was just sitting around and we were able to use the driveway during a lot of the construction. This is a big job and Matt had a big crew to get the job done efficiently (within a week). He's a good communicator and had us make sure that we were happy with the work as he went along. He was open to last-minute changes. He is a perfectionist and has high standards for his crew. The driveway absolutely adds curb appeal and sophistication to the property. The crew took care of all of the trash and made sure all of the details were dealt with. Overall, it could not have gone more smoothly. We will definitely use Matt for future landscaping and hardscaping. We negotiated a very fair price for the project
- Dana S....
FAll 4 Seasons Professional Tree & Landscaping
Terrible. First, they were late. They showed up with untreated, bowed 16' 2x4's, not the composite decking material as agreed. She had 3 guys with her, not 5. They worked for an hour and then took a lunch break and said they were going to get the sand and gravel as well. They were gone 2.5hrs. While they were gone, I checked the form and interior of the form to see what they had been doing. They did not create a level surface. They dug a shallow groove to seat the 2x4's but did not anchor them to the ground in any way. When they returned, they immediately started putting the thin (not thick) weed barrier down. They did not have very much sand and gravel on the flat bed trailer, and I was concerned that it would hardly fill up the form. I told them I was not satisfied with how it was going. I insisted that the form be level and that they dig down more on the high side to get it level. The 3 guys did not seem to know how to level the form. I raised up the SW corner and showed them how much farther off the ground it would have to be to be level. They put sand under it to hold it up. I asked them how long they thought that would last. They said they couldn't level it as the wood was bowed. They did not dig down in the area inside the form and told me that the gravel would level everything out. I said that they would have to dig more as the form was not level and the gravel couldn't possibly level it out as there was a large high spot that would leave me with less than an inch in some areas. In the SE corner I would have 3-4 inches but that since the form was not level, the gravel would fall out the sides. At that point, Sally told them to load the tools up and that they would not finish the job because they could not possibly dig it out without a bobcat. They quit the job and told me that they would charge me for the materials they were leaving behind. When they packed up, they took my mattock with them, which I had lent them as they only had one to dig with. When I called, Sally said they would bring it back the next day but they did not. I called again and left a message saying I would report them for theft if they did not bring it back by 10am the next day. I also told them I was going to report them to the BBB and to Angie's list. Sally's husband (and one of the 3 guys) showed up the next day and said they would put a lien on my house if I didn't pay the bill. He didn't have a bill with him. He did give me my mattock back. He kept saying that they were beacons of the Lord and that they were being taken advantage of and that it had cost them a lot of money ($400 supposedly) for the materials and they had to pay to dump the sand and gravel.
- Catherine H....
AAll Terrain Landscaping and Design LLC
Overall, the work was incredible! The trees alone were huge! The retaining wall itself is beautiful, and it was a monster task! They dug down 2-3 feet into Oklahoma clay to lay a foundation of compacted gravel and then a line of bricks beneath the soil (The previous wall was built on top of the ground). The only reason for the subtraction of points is it felt a little rushed at the end and we had to come back to do some additional work ourselves. Our yard has a definite slope away from the terraces. (Where the wall is was more than adequately addressed) While they were building the terraces, I pointed out the slope issues and asked how they were going to ensure erosion didn't eat away the base of the terraces. They built up a base to lay the terraces and then added compressed gravel, but there was probably a 40% slope away from the base. They said it would be fine, as they were going to bring in topsoil to address the slope issue. They did do this somewhat, but the slope was still probably 30-35%. This summer we experienced LOTs of rain, within 2 weeks of the completion of the job, the base was eroded down to the gravel and that was starting to erode as well. My son and I used retaining wall bricks (from Home Depot) to build two small additional terraces around the large terrace to stop erosion. This has been successful, we have had many large rains since then, but have lost no more soil. There was an additional area (around a fruit tree) that I had to do the same thing with at the end of the retaining wall. This might have been a miscommunication though. They installed two drains into the wall to allow for adequate drainage, the base of the wall near two drains was beginning to erode as well after heavy rains. I built two small dry creek beds down from these drains to prevent further erosion. All of this being said, there was no grass or vegetation at the time of the heavy rains to hold the soil in place (as it August and the work had just been finished leaving raw earth in the lower yard). I think we lost a lot of the top soil they brought in through erosion. The presence of grass would have eliminated some of the erosion, but not all. We have since planted grass (tried in August, but it was August in Oklahoma...) and that with the two small terraces we built, there has been no more erosion. Again, All Terrain did a tremendous amount of work in our yard and we are VERY happy with most of it. We just think they ran out of time at the end because it was such a HUGE undertaking.
- Jennifer B....
ASimply Landscape
I spent about $4000 to $4500 on that service.  In the backyard he designed some landscaping and designed a pergola structure.  He installed the landscaping, a Pea gravel patio, and a pergola.  I thought that he was really exceptional at creative ideas and that was the best thing he did.  That is where he shines.  For the installation of my pergola structures, I would give him an A, but for the landscaping and patio installation I would give him a B.  For his creative ideas I would give him an A.  His designs I would give an A, but installation a B.  He was very professional.  I would use his design services, but not the installation service.  He did a beautiful job on the pergola, he did that well and it was just the bedding in the landscaping, I did not think that he did a very good job putting in.
- Midge B....
AAll Terrain Landscaping and Design LLC
They dug down 2-3 feet into Oklahoma clay to lay a foundation of compacted gravel and then a line of bricks beneath the soil (The previous wall was built on top of the ground). The only reason for the subtraction of points is it felt a little rushed at the end and we had to come back to do some additional work ourselves. Our yard has a definite slope away from the terraces. (Where the wall is was more than adequately addressed) While they were building the terraces, I pointed out the slope issues and asked how they were going to ensure erosion didn't eat away the base of the terraces. They built up a base to lay the terraces and then added compressed gravel, but there was probably a 40% slope away from the base. They said it would be fine, as they were going to bring in topsoil to address the slope issue. They did do this somewhat (they brought in three tons), but the slope was still probably 30-35%.  This summer we experienced LOTs of rain, within 2 weeks of the completion of the job, the base was eroded down to the gravel and that was starting to erode as well. My son and I used retaining wall bricks (from Home Depot) to build two small additional terraces around the large terrace to stop erosion. This has been successful, we have had many large rains since then, but have lost no more soil. There was an additional area (around a fruit tree) that I had to do the same thing with at the end of the retaining wall. This might have been a miscommunication though. They installed two drains into the wall to allow for adequate drainage, the base of the wall near two drains was beginning to erode as well after heavy rains. I built two small dry creek beds down from these drains to prevent further erosion. All of this being said, there was no grass or vegetation at the time of the heavy rains to hold the soil in place (as it August and the work had just been finished leaving raw earth in the lower yard). I think we lost a lot of the top soil they brought in through erosion. The presence of grass would have eliminated some of the erosion, but not all. We have since planted grass (tried in August, but it was August in Oklahoma…) and that with the two small terraces we built, there has been no more erosion. Again, All Terrain did a tremendous amount of work in our yard and we are VERY happy with most of it. We just think they ran out of time at the end because it was such a HUGE undertaking.
- Jennifer B....
AGiant Landscape LLC
I am a senior citizen and this was the first landscaping that I have ever contracted.  Our old 1990s wooden deck and retaining walls were eroded, deteriorated and a complete eyesore and I was naturally nervous that my money would be well spent in landscaping rather than re-decking. With the project complete, my wife and I are ecstatic. Blake developed a vision for our yard that we loved, and has brought it to fruition before our eyes.  We couldn't be happier with his services, and he is a genuine pleasure to deal with on top of everything.  I have seen Blake (without his knowing I was watching) ask his foreman to reconstruct an area that evidently didn't meet his standards, and perform another levelling task, that I would not have insisted on as the homeowner. Blake is a perfectionist and will not allow less than his best effort to be presented.  I would have to believe that a customer must have had a hidden agenda if they rated this landscape contractor less than straight A.  From what we have seen there is no reason not to be completely happy with his work.  I could go on and on but hope this is enough to convince prospective customers to give Giant Landscape a call.
- Susan M....
AALL 4 SEASONS TREE @ lANDSCAPE
Sally and her team did a great job.  Originally, the wall was supposed to be about 120 ft. but it ended up being about 160 ft. this caused the cost to be above the estimate, but it was a fair adjustment to the estimate for the work accomplished.  The cost of the retaining wall work includes material cost, which I paid directly.  I liked that when Sally quoted the job she gave me an option to pay for materials so that I was paying her for labor.  I watched many YouTube videos, read articles on retaining wall construction, and am very happy with the wall.
- John B....
ASimply Landscape
Simply Lanscape is impressive. The design plans looked like they were created by an architect. Tim Parson is quite knowledgeable about trees and shrubs. Also, he did the little things that make a big difference. For example, he called OG&E before digging, he took care not to damage the exisiting sprinkler system; and he saved as many trees as possible by transplanting them to a more suitable place in the yard. I think the landscaping will increase the value of my home.
- Gary Q....