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Business Description: Kurtz Bros. Central Ohio is a proud leader in locally made bulk mulch, soil, compost, and gravel and has served central Ohio’s landscape professionals and homeowners for over 20 years. Our nursery is stocked with beautiful native plants that will make any landscape shine. We have an excellent reputation for finding the best solutions for recycling organic materials and we have a strong commitment to being a green, sustainable and efficient company for the benefit of the environment. We provide a number of delivery options on all of our products and have additional services to support the construction and landscaping industry. Our Green Infrastructure soils are perfect for environmentally conscious projects and our Sports Turf products provide great enhancements for any sports field. We value providing great customer service and quality products to our diverse customers. Kurtz Bros. - We Make the Good Earth Better!
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Business Description: Proudly serving Central Ohio with Professional Service for Commercial and Residential customers. ProScapes Lawn & Landscape Maintenance understands the importance of balancing your budget without sacrificing quality service. With over twenty years of experience we can service individual properties, as well as, large retail/commercial properties.
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Business Description: Thank you for your interest in Colonial Hills Lawncare and Landscaping. My name is Eric Mateo, a native of the Dominican Republic who fell in love and followed that love to the wonderful city of Columbus Ohio. My wife and I currently reside in Worthington with our children. Although far from the island I grew up on, my roots of hard work, dedication and the love of the land run deep. I hope to create a space that brings you peace, more free time to pursue what you love and a place you love to come home to.
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Business Description: I'm a "working" owner operator specializing in residential work for the homeowner or General Contractor. I have 1-3 employees depending on the season. Over 20 years experience. Call for a free estimate and ask for Gil. Cell 614-517-3193
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Recent Review: Last summer we installed a large raised deck in my daughter's backyard and decided to install a patio with stepping stones under it. We had a truckload of topsoil delivered from Jones topsoil at the beginning of the summer, and leveled it and laid stones around the perimeter. Since it was so much work wheel-barreling the topsoil to the fenced in back yard, we decided to hire someone to do the rest of the work. After checking Angie's list and seeing how expensive landscaping is, we decided to do the work ourselves. About a month ago,we talked to Ray at Ohio Mulch at Roberts Road and he gave us detailed advice on how to proceed. He told us we could buy what we want a little at a time, load it into our truck, and they would weigh the truck before and after, so we didn't have to pay delivery charges and have everything dumped in the driveway. A few weeks ago we brought twelve 5 gallon buckets to Ohio Mulch and shoveled them full of crushed limestone as Ray had advised. Since the place is only five minutes from our daughter's home, we made several trips back and forth over two days, wheelbarrowed the limestone to the yard and spread it out over 225 square feet. We then selected and loaded more than 90 large stepping stones and placed them over the crushed limestone. All this cost less than $200, but weighed more than 1 1/2 tons. Throughout on our many trips back and forth the staff were very friendly and helpful. As they advised, we watered the patio and let it settle for two weeks. On September 9 we bought buckets of coarse gravel and spread it between the stepping stones, thereby completing our patio. Doing the work ourselves and purchasing materials and following the advice of Ohio Mulch probably saved us well over a thousand dollars. Their prices, advice, support and accomodations to our many trips back and forth were wonderful, and we were especially happy we could pick out all our own stepping stones (my husband is a geologist).
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Business Description: Lawn and Landscape Supply, Small Engine Repair, Power Equipment Sales and Service, Sand & Gravel, Limestone, Mulch Manufacturing, Tub Grinder Service, Recycled Concrete and Asphalt, Trucking Service, Pipe Sales-Doublewall & SDR35, Safety Wear, Hand Tools, Rock Salt-Bulk & Bagged
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Business Description: OWNER-OPERATED. USES SUBS FOR LABOR. COST IS DETERMINED BY THE JOB. TRAVEL CHARGES MAY APPLY. NO SERVICE FEE. EXTRA CHARGE FOR AFTER HOURS SERVICE MAY APPLY.
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Business Description: Perry Lawn Care & Landscaping has been in business since 1999. We serve Franklin, Fairfield, Ross, Hocking, Pickaway, Athens, Delaware, Perry, LIcking and Muskingam Counties. We have approximately 20 employees. Our service are due upon completion and we offer a customer referral program.
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Business Description: Kurtz Bros. Central Ohio is a proud leader in locally made bulk mulch, soil, compost, and gravel and has served central Ohio’s landscape professionals and homeowners for over 20 years. We value providing great customer service and quality products to our diverse customers. We have a strong commitment to being a green, sustainable and efficient company for the benefit of the environment. We provide a number of delivery options on all of our products and have additional services to support the construction and landscaping industry. Our Green Infrastructure soils are perfect for environmentally conscious projects and our Sports Turf products provide great enhancements for any sports field.
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Business Description: Additional DBA - Gordon Excavating & Construction LLC. Additional Email - kevingordon@gordonexcavating.vpweb.com.

Reviews in Heath to Spread Gravel

ACurt’s Brick & Stone LLC
Great job. All services and correspondence was courteous and professional. Price was very good. Curt's crew came out quickly and did an excellent job. I will consult and hire them again when the need arises. Thanks
- Dick S....
Asbys
Wonderful! The crews arrived when promised, and they worked diligently to complete the work in a timely manner. I didn't have to call to find out when they would be back, or IF they would be back. It was such a pleasure to work with this company in comparison to the fiasco I dealt with when I hired M.A.C. Landscaping. I got fed up with dealing with fly-by-nights, and finally joined Angie's List to find some quality companies, and Step-by-Step was it! I didn't have to worry about anything. Work was completed on time, and the quality of the jobs were outstanding. Any little mishaps were addressed and resolved immediately. And they went the extra mile in several cases to make sure I was happy with the end result. In one instance, they rebuilt part of a retaining wall where digging for the paver walkway exposed an unattractive element of the wall. The price was higher than I expected, but I think it was well worth the investment. I am planning to have them come back and build my fire pit.
- Marilu Q....
Asbys
Wonderful! The crews arrived when promised, and they worked diligently to complete the work in a timely manner. I didn't have to call to find out when they would be back, or IF they would be back. It was such a pleasure to work with this company in comparison to the fiasco I dealt with when I hired M.A.C. Landscaping. I got fed up with dealing with fly-by-nights, and finally joined Angie's List to find some quality companies, and Step-by-Step was it! I didn't have to worry about anything. Work was completed on time, and the quality of the jobs were outstanding. Any little mishaps were addressed and resolved immediately. And they went the extra mile in several cases to make sure I was happy with the end result. In one instance, they rebuilt part of a retaining wall where digging for the paver walkway exposed an unattractive element of the wall. The price was higher than I expected, but I think it was well worth the investment. I am planning to have them come back and build my fire pit.
- Marilu Q....
Asbys
I used Step-by-Step Landscape in 2007 to successfully resolve a problem with standing water in my backyard. When my sister recently complained that her side yard turned into a lake each time it rained, I immediately suggested she call Step-by-Step to see if they could also help her. Tim Neuberger immediately went to her house and gave her an estimate of the work required and the cost. Two days later, my sister called them to say she wanted to have the work done and they were at her house within 30 minutes! They put in drain pipes to the street, added surface drains, connected the downspouts and sump pump to the drains. They also put on top soil and reseeded the entire area. The front yard looked perfect when finished thanks to a sod cutter and workers who laid the sod back very carefully. The work was basically finished in one day. She also asked them to look at her stone walkway where water pooled. The workers dug out the large pavers, laid gravel, and built up the path and reinstalled the pavers so it looked like new. The workers worked fast and hard, were very polite and cleaned up very well. I waited to submit this report until we had more rain and can report that their excellent work completely resolved the problem with flooding. I felt like a hero for recommending Step-by-Step to my sister and would recommend them to anyone.
- Lynne V....
ATwinscapes LLC
We met with Nate on on April 3, 2014 and he was great. He was very knowledgeable, had TONS of creative ideas, and provided us with a huge book to look through for additional ideas. We told him everything that we wanted done, as well as our budget, and he was able to work with us. Nate and his crew began work on April 5 and it was all finished two days later. Everything looks awesome and we'll be using him for any future projects we have. I highly recommend!
- Megan B....
APitzer Landscaping
My one-acre yard is wooded and sloped.  A lawn was first established on it over 20 years ago shortly after my house was built.  Over the years, the backyard got shadier, the grass got thinner and thinner, and the soil eroded.  The grade of the yard and the sparse ground cover resulted in so much erosion that the tree roots in the backyard became exposed and the yard was a muddy mess every time it rained.   I called Pitzer’s on a Thursday in early March to get an estimate for building up the yard with topsoil and establishing a new lawn.  Norman Pitzer called me back the same day and arranged to come out the next day (Friday) to look at my yard.  Norman and I walked through the yard together and I told him about my concerns.  It was raining at the time, so Norman could see how the water ran through the yard.  As he assessed the situation, it was very apparent that Norman had a lot of experience with this type of erosion and runoff issue.  He explained in detail how he would tackle the problem and gave me a breakdown of his charges.  His approach was educational rather than high-pressure.   The following Monday, Norman called me to see if I had any questions for him and to point out a related concern he had thought about over the weekend.  He came out again that day and we discussed his concern: the sloped garden area that ran from the end of my driveway down to the backyard.  He suggested that, since I planned to invest a lot of money and effort in a new lawn, I might want to consider some measures to reduce runoff into the new lawn and erosion from that area.  We both agreed that this area should be addressed with some tiered, stone retaining walls.  Norman gave me a very reasonable quote for doing this.  He also agreed to take care of some bare and sunken areas in my front yard that needed more soil and seed -- which he threw in at no extra charge.  I hired him. Norman was very particular about the work that he and his team did in my yard.  He made the timing of my project a priority because the weather had to be just right (dry ground for spreading the soil, followed by spring rains for germinating the seed).  The project was very labor intensive.  There was no way to get a soil slinger to the backyard, so the soil was all dumped in the street, carried back by bobcat (load after load after load) and spread by hand.  Norman then spread and raked in a special blend of grass seed, hydro-seeded over that (because over-seeding would attain the best results), and again raked in the seed.  He ended up providing an additional tandem of soil and repairing a large part of the side yard at no additional change, because he thought that improving the side yard would help slow down the runoff from the side to and through the backyard.  After finishing the the seeding, Norman set up hoses and sprinklers around the perimeter of the seeded area to make it easier for me to keep the soil moist during seed germination. Five days after the seed was spread, we had a record-breaking storm that dumped 3 3/4 inches of rain on the yard in less than a day.  Norman called me to follow up on his work and came out to see how the soil had held.  There were a few ruts caused by the massive, flood-level downpour, but overall the yard was surprisingly intact.  Norman made plans to come back and fill in the ruts once the ground had dried enough to walk on.   Unseasonably cold weather and heavy rains continued mercilessly throughout the next month and a half.  These affected the germination and growth of the new grass seed and made it impossible for Norman’s team to fill in the ruts without sinking into the dirt.  (They did come out and attempt the repairs but found that doing so would do more harm than good.)  Norman therefore arranged to re-hydro-seed the entire area, which he could do without walking on the area, and to come back when the ground was drier to fill in and reseed the ruts.  When Norman first came to see me, he probably could have offered to do an abbreviated and more superficial job, using less topsoil and covering a smaller area, just to improve the aesthetics of the yard while keeping his costs down.  However, he clearly wanted to do the job properly, so I would never again have a problem with bare areas or erosion.  It was apparent that Norman had a lot of experience with this type of project.  He talked about the importance of adequate amounts of soil, the right kind of soil, the proper grade, the right kind of seed, the best timing, etc.  He also suggested several other things he could do to help the yard (like spreading gravel under the deck to reduce soil erosion from that area, trimming lower tree limbs in the backyard to allow in more light and wind to dry up wet areas), explaining how the combination of measures would result in a better lawn with less runoff and erosion.  He was very sensitive to my wish to reduce or slow down any runoff that naturally flowed down to my neighbors’ yards. I always felt that Norman was very honest and was interested in doing the best work possible for me.  He also used the best products, including the right shade grass seed mixture and premium topsoil with an appropriate blend of manure and sand.  The project turned out to cost more money than I had originally planned to spend.  However, given all the materials (e.g., 140 tons of topsoil, gravel, mulch, heavy stones for the retaining wall and walkway) and work that had to be done, the price was more than fair.  In fact, Norman ended up doing far more for me than I had a right to expect under our agreement.  He followed up with me on a regular basis and came out to the house many times after completing the project. Norman is very responsive, responsible, and courteous.  He takes a lot of pride in doing a job well.  In addition, he is an extremely nice, thoughtful person -- the kind of person I take pleasure in working with.
- Marcia M....
APitzer Landscaping
Norman was prompt to come out after I requested an estimate to be done for some yard grading and gravel install. His price was fair, communicated with me well on the job timeline, and was able to complete the job in a few days (first spraying the area to kill the weeds, etc. and then doing the grading + gravel install). All and all, I was a very happy to have chosen Pitzer Landscaping to complete the job!
- Trevor T....
AALL SEASON LANDWORKS INC
All Seasons Landworks saved us. At the last minute we found out that there were site preparations ( grading and gravel installation) that needed to be completed before installing a storage barn. It was a challenge due to the rains however, they removed the sod, layed weed fabric, installed and leveled 8 tons of gravel in time for the installation. This company is a pleasure to work with!
- Mary B....
AProperty Worx
Second time around using this company and these guys do not disappoint. They arrived on Thursday and completed the job on Monday. Correy had previously put together a design which we chose and it looks even more amazing in person than it did on paper. We now have a beautiful paver stone border that holds in the gravel of the driveway. The crew was very professional, friendly, and hard working--something we've come to appreciate after hiring them previously to do our patio. During the process, my husband accidentally hit one of the corners where stone had already been laid, shifting the stone. One email to Correy and the next morning the guys had already fixed it. The communication is great and makes for a very smooth process. You truly get what you ask for and more. The crew always goes above and beyond the job. We asked the guys if they had extra gravel could they put it around the shed. I expected just a pile of gravel by the shed, but they spread it out for us. Absolutely thankful for the extra effort. We love these guys and they work hard. We highly recommend them!
- Denny L....
AAurea Gardens
I'm very pleased with the results and enjoyed Joe who was very good at keeping me informed of his schedule throughout the rainy weather. He worked with the people trimming the large trees, did the bulk of the landscaping the next day, and finished the third day.
- Hartshorn F....