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Landscaping reviews in Omaha

  • A
    Rokahr Lawns Inc
    We have had Rokahr Lawns taking care of our yard for the last one and a half seasons and could not be more pleased with the work ethic applied. On time and very thorough. Love the service and the guys are great.
    - Bonnie N.
  • C
    Rokahr Lawns Inc
    Didn't use them. They wanted to sell more services to us than we needed in order to get shoveling service. They did call back and presented their information for us. Thanks for your help, Angie. Patricia
    - Patricia S.
  • A
    All American Landscape Design, Inc.
    Excellent work. Both Shayne and Christine are very knowledgeable and professional. Especially, the project went smoothly and timely as promised, which shows the excellent time management capability of their working team. I appreciate this very much. Additionally, Shayne showed her consideration by suggesting to let the turf restore itself instead of rebuilding it, saving time and costs.
    - Jianmin F.
  • A
    Arbor Aesthetics Tree Service
    The branches overhang from my neighbor's tree into my yard, and he agreed to share the cost. On second thought, he decided he would take over the project and add the removal of a different tree. The discussion became a three-way then a two-way; I commend Arbor on the professional manner of maneuvering through the transition, adjusting records and focus. I do not know the final cost of the project...
    - Linda S.
  • A
    Storm Irrigation
    Jake is great to work with. He is prompt, professional and very patient when he has to explain things 2-3 times to me. Lol! He has been taking care of my sprinkler system for several years and I highly recommend him.
    - Kathy P.
  • F
    TruGreen Lawn Care - 5645
    Trugreen and Turf Care merged (I was a Turf Care customer). My aeration was scheduled a before the merger, my scheduled day comes and goes and they are a no show. I call and I get an excuse that due to the merger it was missed on the schedule. So they said I could fit me in 2 days later. Ok, I let them know that I have two older, small shih tzus that have full run of the yard at all times. They said no problem. They guys show up and tell me they won't aerate because of the dogs. I told them they would see what they are doing then go back in the house. They did agree to aerate. While I was talking to customer service, after they missed their initial appointment, they told me my next fertilization was schedule on a Wednesday, I said sorry they couldn't do it on that day, because I didn't have 24 hour notice. I asked if they could do it after 1 pm on Friday, they said yes. I stressed I didn't want them on my property to fertilize until I could get my dogs in the house. I don't want my two older dogs to be on the chemicals. They said they put notes on my account. Friday comes and the tech shows up, while I was at work, and fertilized my yard and was gone before 11 am. What part of not until after 1 wasn't clear. Long story short - 1. They didn't show up when scheduled 2. The tech shows up before they were supposed to be on my property. I explained a number of times that they couldn't fertilize my yard until after 1 - they DON'T CARE. When I called them to let them know that the tech showed on my property without permission and fertilized my yard all they could do is apologize. They said they would pass it along to the manager and the manager would call----Guess what - NO CALL. The customer service rep at least told me they showed up on the day they were scheduled ---really I care about my animals more than if they show up on the correct day - how about they read the notes. All I will say is BEWARE they don't read the notes on the account, they don't show up when they are suppose to or when they say they will be there.
    - Traci B.
  • A
    Storm Irrigation
    Jake with Storm Irrigation is extremely knowledgeable, trustworthy, and dependable. We bought a new house and he has installed both the lawn sprinkler system and the outdoor landscaping lights. Both work excellently, and the lighting is arrestingly beautiful���well worth the investment. Jake gets the work done reliably and fast, very low maintenance, and is a perfectionist. I highly recommend Storm Irrigation to everyone. (Most recently): I���ve now purchased everything that Storm Irrigation offers, from sprinkler system to landscaping lights to rain gutter drainage system and now a bubbling rock. All are outstanding. Jake installs everything quickly and thoroughly with no hassles. If I need a service call, it is handled quickly and the problem is fixed right away. The prices are fair and the company is very trustworthy. What I first said 10 months ago (above) is still true today: You can���t go wrong with Storm Irrigation.
    - James L.
  • F
    Jake's Custom Lawns
    We prepaid for several projects and lawn care on April 14 and we were told prior to this that everything was going to completed by April 15. Jake was also going to complete a few warranty items that were also paid for in full last year. Jake was told numerous times that we had to have everything done by May 25, for our youngest son's high school graduation party. Jake finally came over on May 29 and only completed 2 of the projects. and left us with a yard looking absolutely embarrassing. Finally, after 2 more weeks of excuses, no shows and no other work done, we demanded a full refund of $1,308 of which he only refunded $259.50. Jake still owes us $1,048.50 to date. We trusted and believed Jake would be honest and true to his word and we were sadly mistaken. All we ever wanted was for him to do what we prepaid him for on April 14 and his warranty work he promised to correct. Furthermore, Jake and his crew destroyed our 7 hard wired spotlights by cutting the wires and also completely covered 4 sprinkler heads and cut into the sprinkler water lines that fed 2 zones that no longer function which he knew he did but tried to deceive and hide it from us. Once again, we are stuck with paying another contractor to fix more items that Jake destroyed. After 2 �� months, his lack of professionalism, customer service and work ethics have been and continues to be the worst we have ever experienced and we hope that no other person, family or business will allow him the opportunity to do this to them. We have filed a BBB complaint and after that is settled, we plan on filing a small claims court action against him.
    - Greg L.
  • A
    Durkan Designs
    Beyond our wildest expectations. Durkan Design recreated our dumpy unused walkout to a resort worthy patio that we literally use every single day. We never could have imagined how beautiful it could be and how much use we would get out of it. Brian, the owner, was prompt and was always there when he said he would be. Despite several weather delays, the project was completed early. I would HIGHLY recommend Durkan Deaigns for all of your outdoor needs!!
    - Ellen P.
  • A
    Nature's Helper Inc
    He walked the zones to check for problem sprinkler heads. He determined that four sprinkler heads needed replacing. Two were completed, and we discussed updates to other zones. The proposal for further work will arrive by email. We established his work priorities. He was very personable and listened to my concerns about our existing system. I will definitely have him return. I gave the price for this visit and work a "fair"....we thought the price quoted was reasonable for the work done and advice given,
    - Mary S.
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How to Landscape a Kid-Friendly Backyard in Omaha

Omaha is a city that has hot, humid summers. During the warm months, children like to play outdoors, so it's a good idea to landscape your backyard into a kid-friendly place. Use these ideas to inspire your project.

Divide Up the Backyard

Both children and adults utilize the backyard, so divide it into two areas, one for play and the other for quiet times. The latter can be for adults as they relax and keep an eye on children and also for kids who want to read or play solitary games.

Ask your local Omaha landscaper to divide the sections with a low evergreen hedge, a perennial flowerbed or container plants. Place a couple of garden chairs and a table or a hammock in the "getaway" section.

Best Kid-Friendly Plants

Fun, easy-to-grow plants suitable for Hardiness Zone 5 include:

  * Sunflowers: Helianthus annus. The brilliant yellow flowers of this indigenous plant are always a hit. Plant them in a circle to form a small hideaway spot.

  * Peonies: Paeonia. The scent of peony flowers delights children. They come in a variety of colors, ranging from white to pink or red.

  * Marigolds: Tagetes. Once the weather is warm, let your children scatter marigold seeds in a flowerbed, and watch their joy as the plants appear within a few days. Masses of colors and flower sizes are available.

  * Thyme: Thymus vulgaris. Introduce kids to herb growing with lemon thyme, a strong-scented plant that is best grown from cuttings.

Choose plants with care, ensuring you don't grow poisonous vegetation. A number of websites offer lists of toxic plants, so research to avoid these varieties and consult with your landscaper.

For the Play Area

One of the main aims of a kid-friendly backyard is get children outdoors and active. Swings, seesaws and jungle gyms are ideal and easy to source.

Your landscaper may even have contacts with playground equipment suppliers. Additional ideas to incorporate in your backyard:

  * Sandpit: Kids of all ages love to play with sand. Add digging tools and a portable paddling pool (water play must always be supervised by an adult) and erect a shade tarp for the hot Omaha days.

  * Storage for toys: Use the space under your deck seating bench or build or purchase a toy box for smaller outdoor toys. This encourages kids to care for their belongings and keeps your backyard clutter-free.

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