Bloomington Gazebo Building

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Business Description: Crawlspace service and repair is the standardly asked for service. We also have all the carpentry services that you may require. Framing, flooring, sill plate and foundation repairs, remodeling, gazebos, decks, arbors, trellises, fencing, playground equipment (wood), siding, painting, drop ceilings.
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Business Description: Home building, remodeling, Timber framing pegolas, gazebos, barns and porches. 25 years experience, from building the neighborhood that we live in, to builder spec homes for sale. I like to make sure what the client sees in their minds is put on paper, then I create. The ground breaking pictures represent our cabin retreat going up this year. The bathroom pictures is a complete remodel completed December 15th 2017.
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Business Description: Retractableawnings.com is a RETRACTABLE awning industry expert hired by Architects, Landscape Architects, Exterior/Interior Designers and Contractors worldwide on a consulting basis. Retractableawnings.com is a specialty fabricator, distributor & installer of all types of exterior RETRACTABLE sun, rain, wind, bug & snow protection systems including but not limited to: ≡ Retractable folding lateral arm awnings ≡ Retractable patio and deck pergola cover systems ≡ Retractable vertical drop arm awnings ≡ Retractable screens ≡ Retractable canopy awnings ≡ Retractable telescopic awnings ≡ Retractable side arm awnings ≡ Retractable freestanding awnings ≡ Retractable louver roof systems ≡ Retractable sail shade systems ≡ Rotating louver roof systems ≡ Electric & motorized awnings In business for 33 years and a Better Business Bureau member for 27 years without a single active complaint on file and an A+ rating. Retractableawnings.com® also maintains an A rating on Angieslist.com. The above ratings are the highest ratings available on both websites. We ship & install worldwide and have a database of installers worldwide at www.awninginstallers.com (owned by Retractableawnings.com®) Memberships Include: Professional Awnings Manufacturers Association - PAMA member American Institute of Architects - AIA Allied member American Society of Landscape Architects - ASLA Allied member Industrial Fabrics Association International - IFAI member Better Business Bureau - BBB member Retractableawnings.com® offers exclusive 3D rendering technology which provides a visual 3D rendering of what our products will look like on a home or commercial building AND our proprietary awning advisor at this link: https://www.retractableawnings.com/choose-your-awning.html Email info@retractableawnings.com or call toll free in the USA and Canada 1 (866) 438-2964 or outside of the USA and Canada (305) 628-2424 today for information or a quote!
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Recent Review: l contacted Jason at the beginning of April because we were renovating our backyard. We were having a pergola and pool installed in the backyard and need lots of preparation. We wanted a flagstone patio under the 18' X 16' pergola, and needed a retaining wall installed due the sloping area where the pergola was being built( it was where the original pool was) and we needed some landscaping. Our backyard looked like a disaster zone when they arrived as we had removed a huge deck and pool ourselves. David had some amazing ideas for a patio and wall and Jason came up with some great choices for landscaping around the new patio and pergola.David arrived first to do his part of the work and was extremely punctual, and stayed right on budget and got the job done ahead of schedule! Jason arrived a week later after the pergola arrived to tackle the flowers, bushes, and mulch and did so with great speed. He also came back with gravel to put around the pergola structure to help with drainage. Jason was also right on budget and had ev erything done on time. I am so happy with their results and would highly recommend them to everyone!
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Recent Review: We first encountered Dan Gluesencamp and his colleagues at Designscape 15 years ago, when after trying several landscapers (and trying our own hands at gardening!), we reached out to them to create a few beds for us. They were so skilful and easy to work with?they could understand our often vague objectives and turn them into beautiful reality?that we began to use them for more and more services, including caring for our lawn and beds, maintaining our irrigation system, installing lighting around our trees, even snow removal in the winter. They built a natural-looking waterfall in our back yard. When we bought the adjacent lot, DesignScape worked with us to develop a plan for integrating it into a small, but much more developed existing yard. They regraded the lot and installed underground drainage to deal with a longstanding water problem. They built a beautiful handcrafted low stone wall and then installed well-chosen trees, bushes, and grasses, wisely cautioning us about over planting. Although Dan and his crew are prize-winning gardeners, landscapers, and arborists, their skills are much broader. They built and maintain a wood fence for us around the property. When we decided we wanted a pergola to provide some shelter from the summer sun, they created a beautiful space with interlocking pavers and oversaw construction of the structure and installation of lighting and a fan. We were so pleased with that work that we later asked them to replace the driveway and all of the cracked cement sidewalks around our home with more natural-looking and beautiful pavers. When a storm brought down a 150-year-old hickory tree across our house (while we were fortunately out of town), Dan was the first person on the spot, he contacted us, assessed the damage, dealt with our insurance company, and by the time we could return to Bloomington that night, our roof was covered with a tarp, the lawn was swarming with his crew, and trucks were lined up as far as the eye could see to receive pieces of this one-mighty tree. Two additional notes to this story bear highlighting. First, Dan wastes nothing, and with our permission, arranged for a local sculptor to have the usable sections of the trunk of the tree for his work. Second, early the next morning I was sending an email recounting the prior day?s events and recounting how Dan and his crew had literally saved our home. I added a facetious line that the only thing they hadn?t taken care of was the sea of bark and leaves and sawdust covering our yard, when I looked up and saw half a dozen of his crew raking our lawn. By the next day, he had removed the stump as well. We worked with Dan over the next two years to figure out something to take the place of the massive tree. We knew we couldn't install a tree of the same size, so Dan crafted a plan to plant a ring of smaller trees and install an amazing fountain that would collect the water from our roof and sidewalks and provide a stunning, environmentally friendly centerpiece for our newly leveled front yard?something we had long wanted to accomplish. Knowing of our love of animals and especially elephants, Dan even arranged for an elephant topiary to be part of the new installation, something that has brought much delight not only to us, but the neighborhood as well. There are many qualities one might look for in a local business?professional skill, staying up-to-date with new developments, punctuality, sense of pride and responsibility, good value?and Designscape has all of these, but they have something more: they are good listeners, they care about their customers and treat their staff as family, they are scrupulously honest, they are careful and often advise caution even when doing so costs them money, and they are far more interested in long-term relationships than in short-term profits.     Over the years, we have recommended Dan to many friends for projects large and small, and never once has he disappointed. In fact, we might add that we were prompted to post this review today when, after five inches of snow last night, we woke up early this Saturday morning to find the walks shoveled. Who could ask for more? 

Reviews in Bloomington for Building a Gazebo

ANagas Landscape Design, LLC
l contacted Jason at the beginning of April because we were renovating our backyard. We were having a pergola and pool installed in the backyard and need lots of preparation. We wanted a flagstone patio under the 18' X 16' pergola, and needed a retaining wall installed due the sloping area where the pergola was being built( it was where the original pool was) and we needed some landscaping. Our backyard looked like a disaster zone when they arrived as we had removed a huge deck and pool ourselves. David had some amazing ideas for a patio and wall and Jason came up with some great choices for landscaping around the new patio and pergola.David arrived first to do his part of the work and was extremely punctual, and stayed right on budget and got the job done ahead of schedule! Jason arrived a week later after the pergola arrived to tackle the flowers, bushes, and mulch and did so with great speed. He also came back with gravel to put around the pergola structure to help with drainage. Jason was also right on budget and had ev erything done on time. I am so happy with their results and would highly recommend them to everyone!
- Leon W....
ADesignscape Horticultural Services Inc
We first encountered Dan Gluesencamp and his colleagues at Designscape 15 years ago, when after trying several landscapers (and trying our own hands at gardening!), we reached out to them to create a few beds for us. They were so skilful and easy to work with?they could understand our often vague objectives and turn them into beautiful reality?that we began to use them for more and more services, including caring for our lawn and beds, maintaining our irrigation system, installing lighting around our trees, even snow removal in the winter. They built a natural-looking waterfall in our back yard. When we bought the adjacent lot, DesignScape worked with us to develop a plan for integrating it into a small, but much more developed existing yard. They regraded the lot and installed underground drainage to deal with a longstanding water problem. They built a beautiful handcrafted low stone wall and then installed well-chosen trees, bushes, and grasses, wisely cautioning us about over planting. Although Dan and his crew are prize-winning gardeners, landscapers, and arborists, their skills are much broader. They built and maintain a wood fence for us around the property. When we decided we wanted a pergola to provide some shelter from the summer sun, they created a beautiful space with interlocking pavers and oversaw construction of the structure and installation of lighting and a fan. We were so pleased with that work that we later asked them to replace the driveway and all of the cracked cement sidewalks around our home with more natural-looking and beautiful pavers. When a storm brought down a 150-year-old hickory tree across our house (while we were fortunately out of town), Dan was the first person on the spot, he contacted us, assessed the damage, dealt with our insurance company, and by the time we could return to Bloomington that night, our roof was covered with a tarp, the lawn was swarming with his crew, and trucks were lined up as far as the eye could see to receive pieces of this one-mighty tree. Two additional notes to this story bear highlighting. First, Dan wastes nothing, and with our permission, arranged for a local sculptor to have the usable sections of the trunk of the tree for his work. Second, early the next morning I was sending an email recounting the prior day?s events and recounting how Dan and his crew had literally saved our home. I added a facetious line that the only thing they hadn?t taken care of was the sea of bark and leaves and sawdust covering our yard, when I looked up and saw half a dozen of his crew raking our lawn. By the next day, he had removed the stump as well. We worked with Dan over the next two years to figure out something to take the place of the massive tree. We knew we couldn't install a tree of the same size, so Dan crafted a plan to plant a ring of smaller trees and install an amazing fountain that would collect the water from our roof and sidewalks and provide a stunning, environmentally friendly centerpiece for our newly leveled front yard?something we had long wanted to accomplish. Knowing of our love of animals and especially elephants, Dan even arranged for an elephant topiary to be part of the new installation, something that has brought much delight not only to us, but the neighborhood as well. There are many qualities one might look for in a local business?professional skill, staying up-to-date with new developments, punctuality, sense of pride and responsibility, good value?and Designscape has all of these, but they have something more: they are good listeners, they care about their customers and treat their staff as family, they are scrupulously honest, they are careful and often advise caution even when doing so costs them money, and they are far more interested in long-term relationships than in short-term profits.     Over the years, we have recommended Dan to many friends for projects large and small, and never once has he disappointed. In fact, we might add that we were prompted to post this review today when, after five inches of snow last night, we woke up early this Saturday morning to find the walks shoveled. Who could ask for more? 
- Fred C....