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  • A
    Excellent. This was the second time we used Sesmas. A year ago they removed two huge oaks and trimmed up three birches. They are prompt to respond, work is done in timely manner, every thing is cleaned up with care, and their employees are top notch...very professional and courteous.
    - Jane F.
  • A
    Jose, is a great young man and business owner. I have tried many different yard companies over the years and have had always been unhappy with their service due to weeds or failure of their techs to clean off sidewalks and driveway. Jose has done a great job in both counts. I highly recommend his company for all of his services. You will be glad you changed to Eco Turf!
    - William M.
  • F
    Stephens Landscaping Group was not only highly unprofessional and discourteous. But most importantly their quality of stone and masonry work was very poor. From installing a green egg incorrectly, to having broken stone in the stone grill area, unfilled edges, and sand/grout area exposed, their overall work was extremely poor while also very sloppy. Even though we paid them in full they refused to return to fix their work. I would never use them again or recommend them.
    - Alex E.
  • C
    They increased their price over 10% and did not let me know ahead of time. I felt this is unprofessional. They called to tell me they were going to come the next day. If I am out of town or I get the message they still come to complete the service. Once they complete the service, they leave a flag in my yard which makes me feel that I everyone knows I'm gone. I feel that they should call more than one day in advance.
    - Sandy G.
  • A
    I was frankly amazed at both the price and the service.  We moved out here from California a little over a year ago, so my view is influenced by the prices charged in California for this type of work, but I've done quite a bit of business out here since I own rental properties, and even for Georgia their prices are great.   I had planned to do less, but the prices were so good that I decided to have all my immediate problems taken care of at the same time.  DTS has a $350 minimum for tree removal, so it just made sense to do this all at once instead of breaking the work up into three or four trips.
    Jim Davis responded immediately to my request for an estimate, and came out on 12/3 to look over the work.  He was obviously very knowledgeable, service-oriented and trustworthy.  I accepted his estimate and the work was scheduled for 12/16.  He called that evening and said that a customer scheduled for 12/4 had an unexpected emergency and had to postpone a job scheduled for 12/4, and that he could come take care of my job if I wanted.  So two days after I first spoke with Mr. Davis, all the work was done to my complete satisfaction.
    I was particularly pleased with the price because this is not some discount fly-by-night outfit.  DTS has liability insurance and workmen's comp for their workers.  They have all the right equipment to do the job safely and neatly, and without damage to anything nearby.  They showed up at 9 AM, went right to work with a crew of 6, and were done by 11:30, including cleanup.  They left my yard looking nicer than when they arrived.
    Mr. Davis' two sons head up the crew,   When they arrived, everybody came over and introduced themselves.  I've worked with some outfits where the estimator was pleasant and presentable, but the crew guys looked like thugs.  Not so with this bunch.  The whole outfit seems to have the nicest people working for them.  They were a complete pleasure to deal with from start to finish.


    - Robert B.
  • A
    I was contacted I was out in the yard right after I moved here.  The representative told me I'd get service quarterly and they would fertilize and spray for fungus.  He said it would be $95 a quarter, at least that's what I understood. He went on to say that it would be $250 to get rid of the crabgrass. He did explain that it wouldn't be eradicated until next season. They charged me $95 after the first application and $250 for crabgrass removal.  They just returned a couple of days ago and sprayed again a little and sent me another bill for $95.  So far I've paid $440.  The crabgrass is growing and spreading wonderfully.  All I can see is that they've fertilized the lawn twice.  $440 seems a bit high for something I could have done myself. By the way, it also costs me $50 a week to get the grass cut.  This is crazy.

    The payment statement had a comment field on the back so I filled it out with basically the same comments I made above.  I was contacted by someone immediately and a person who explained what the charges covered. Since it was a misunderstanding, he told me he would send someone out to my lawn. If I wasn't satisfied, the company would refund my money.  When the technician came out, he found that the problem grass wasn't crabgrass but rather "Dallas Grass" and was very difficult to eradicate.  It would be easier to dig it out than treat it with chemicals. 

    Arbor-Nomics apologized for the misunderstanding and refunded my money.  In addition to that they even gave me resources to help me deal with the offending problems with my lawn. I believe this company is very honest and sincere in their dealings with customers and want to change my original review to reflect the way they dealt with my concerns.

    The only reason I gave a B for price was because I think the representative may have used a little sales pressure and the reason for the B in quality was because the original representative misidentified the Dallas Grass as crabgrass.
    - Mark B.
  • A

    I called Mr. Davis to come out and give me an estimate of how much it would be remove dead limbs from trees that were in danger of falling on mu house. He gave me the time and date of when he could come. When he arrived he was on time and very professional.

    He offered information that was very helpful to me. He gave me an estimate and told me the week that he would be able to do the job. The day before he was to come he called to confirm and gave me the time his crew would arrive.

    The next day they arrived and were on time. They were very professional and worked in a timely manner I am more than pleased

    with the service they provided and will not hesitate to call Mr.Davis again.


    - Sheila D.
  • A
    They are very friendly and helpful.  The trimming of scrubs and trees went great.  Clean up is always perfect.  I have used them for approximately 1 year and never had a problem.  Will continue to use them.
    - Myrna A.
  • A
    We contacted Jimmy and he told us that the rate for the equipment we were interested in was $1650 a day, which included the operator.  He said that he thought it would take a day to a day-and-a-half to clear our lot the way we wanted.  We found this hard to believe because the costs and time frames we'd been given by other providers were so much higher.  My wife and I even considered going at it ourselves with a chainsaw, but I'm in mid-sixties and the endurance to handle heavy work all day just isn't there anymore.  My wife is 5-3 and about 100 pounds wringing wet, and though she was willing, the realities of the terrain and the job would have soon discouraged her.  For us, getting it done would have taken several weeks.
    I'd sent Jimmy some aerial photos and a pretty complete description of the work to be done, and he said he didn't even need to come see the lot.  He said he'd had a lot of experience clearing wooded areas and cutting trails through forests, and he had a clear idea of what we needed.  This also surprised us, because the other providers all came out to look before giving us their estimates.  But there was just something about the way Jimmy expresses himself that gives you confidence that he knows what he's talking about.   He's very quiet, doesn't say much, and he's not at all the salesman type, but what he says is well worth listening to.
    He came out the first day with the Monster Mulcher, arrived around 9, and after taking about 10 minutes to talk with me to clear up some points, he headed into the woods with the machine.  At about 12:30 PM he emerged, having cleared about 2/3 of an acre.  The machine quickly ate up a lot of saplings and small trees that were 2 to 3 inches thick, mulching most of the stuff pretty well, although it did leave some branches and wood pieces that were up to a foot long.  Still, he cleared more than we would have thought possible in three hours, and the area looked much better than we had expected.
    Jimmy charged us $850 for a half-day use of his equipment.  That's when I knew I was dealing with an honest man, because he could have easily just futzed around behind the screen of big trees for a few hours more, and we wouldn't have known the difference.  But Jimmy did and charged what he said he would.
    We had warned him that we had seen some trash in the area to be cleared, including some metal pieces.  He found, pulled out and piled up a bunch of stuff, a tire, several metal poles and chains, some large plastic panels, and some other junk.
    Jimmy told us that he could give us better results by coming back for a  full day with another piece of equipment, a tractor with a blade that can be raised high up in air to cut foliage hanging down from the large trees and remove small trees closer to the trunks of the large ones than the Monster Mulcher could.   He also pointed out that we had trees growing on the pond dam which would eventually undermine the dam and cause us to lose the pond.  Getting at those trees involved clearing more than we originally planned, but the lot would look more open and park-like.
    Jimmy recommended that we get a roll-off dumpster so that he could remove the branches he cut.  That cost us an extra $260 but was well worth it.   On the second trip, he cleared out more of the area around the pond including the trees on the dam, leaving the lot looking even better than we planned.  He moved the branches he cut into the dumpster as well as the junk he'd piled up the first time.  We were very pleased with his work.
    We still have some work to do ourselves before we have our park, but the tasks remaining are things we can do easily for ourselves.  Jimmy did the hard part.   Yesterday we picked the large branches and pieces of wood left on the ground.  Today I plan to spray Round-Up to kill off some remaining foliage that was too low for the Mulcher to get, but it isn't much, and to ensure that the foliage removed doesn't start to come back.
    We also have quite an accumulation of leaves, but we have a mower-like machine with a vacuum and chipper that will make fairly short work of the leaves and twigs.  Then we'll spread some grass seed - bermuda that can still be planted in late October.   Our lot looks so much better now, and by spring we'll have our park and a bench by the pond.
     
    - Robert B.
  • F
    This company can not get it right! I used Top Turf for my lawn treatment service about 3 years ago and for about one year was happy with the service. My grass looked good and the techs did a good job that included clean up of driveway and sidewalks of granulated lawn chemicals. I guess they changed personnel and they failed to clean up after two treatments. I called and spoke with the manager both times and he assured me that it would not happen again. I explained to him that they would be fired if it happened again. On the next treatment about one month later again clean up was not done. I called and the manager and explained to him that I wanted someone to come out and clean up the mess and that they were fired. The manager did if fact come out and clean my drive and sidewalks. I have used two different companies since Top Turf and have not been too happy with them for the last 3 years. One of Top Turf's salesmen called to see if they could win back my  business. I explained to him the problem with the last time we did business together and he assured me that that would not be an issue if given another chance. I did like the way my grass looked when I had them before and was unhappy with the current service I had so I told him I would give them another go. He assured me that it was noted on the account that it was important to clean up after treatment and I explained that they would be fired if it happened. Well the techs came out to do the first treatment and never coming to door to see if anyone was home and I watched them put out granulated product on the yard and all over the drive, sidewalks, and patio packed up and left with cleaning up the mess. Needless to say I was dumfounded that any company could do that. I called and spoke with the manager, who did not offer to come back and clean up, and he said it was noted on the account and that he was sorry it happened.I fired them again. I spoke with the sales person who could not believe that they messed it up. Last but not least I just received a bill for the treatment. I called and spoke with the manager to discuss the bill and to get the price reduced for my time to clean up after his people failed to do so and he refused.
    - William M.
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