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Landscaping reviews in Port Jervis

  • A
    Artistic Landscapes LLC
    They seemed very good, and very responsive. I just had them over late last week. They haven't come back for the price. The owner who came out was extremely knowledgeable, and good. I understand this, they have to crunch their numbers. Any contractor who gives me an estimate on the stop, I don't take. I don't know the quality, he hasn't done anything yet. From the website, its an A.
    - Brett G.
  • A
    Keith S Nagy Construction
    Keith came out to give me an estimate within a week and the job was completed a few days later with quality materials. He recommended bluestone treads for the stairs and deconstructing/reconstructing the retaining wall. It came out beautiful!
    - Sarah D.
  • A
    Explicit Exteriors
    I have a lakefront home, that had been a cabin, that I heavily renovated and need to sell.  Unfortunately there was no specific parking, other than on the road.   This seems very typical of this era cottage, originally built in the 20's.   This was a major issue noted by many of my prospective purchasers, and after much soul searching, decided to add parking.   The property slopes steeply from the road to the house and I finally decided on a plan that would have a retaining wall built, and provide a gravel parking area abutting the road.    I found a contractor ( not Explicit) who said they could do this easily, charged what seemed a reasonable amount and to an extent finished the work.   The landscaping and grade was not restored, the wall was not finished well into the edges of the embankment, there was no special preparation behind the wall.   The work was somewhat less than professional.  Then I received a surprise, the building department and highway department were not pleased, and wanted an engineer's signoff.   The contractor agreed to help me obtain this, and then largely ceased interacting with me.   I obtained my own engineer, who met me on site, explained that everything was done incorrectly (which I am sure is why the contractor never obtained one).   He explained all the requirements of building a concrete block wall, the need for geogrid to tie the block into the earth, that perhaps a stepped wall would be best to reduce the height of each section - but, after much deliberation, he thought it would be too difficult, too much dirt would have to be removed and drew plans for a concrete stem wall.   I accepted this, but I did not think it would be pleaseant aesthetically.   I started seeking out concrete contractors, and realized I needed a contractor who could tie together the concrete work, the landscaping, the excavation.   I then found Explicit Exteriors on Angie's list and thought I would call because they advertise retaining wall work.
    Jason and his brother (sadly I am not recalling his name) met me on site.  I gave them the engineer's plans for a stem wall, and said nothing more.   I immediately felt as if I was speaking with the engineer.  The explained all the ramifications of using block, laying out geogrid, the need for drainage, gravel and fabric behind the wall, that one specific tree needed to come down - and explained all the things wrong with the existing block and the existing work.   They said flatly, they would not build concrete because it would be ugly, that they could build this in block - regardless of how much dirt would need to be removed - and would do it in two steps.   That would reduce the height of each to a manageable amount, and be very attractive, that people really like stepped walls.  They said they would reach out to the block manufacturer they use, have them prepare drawings, and bring those to my engineer and have him revise his plans.   I realized this meant starting over effectively, but I felt confidence, and there was no question the block would be better aesthetically.   They all but immediately did exactly as they said.  They obtained the vendor's drawings, worked with my engineer on revised plans.    I said I would handle the permits, but could not because of a conflict and they did that as well.   The quote was not insignificant, however, included everything, removing a tree, discarding the existing block, even a few plants in the step area, and re-grading the highest level.
    They came to do the work exactly when they said they would, and the job is superb.   It is more than a difference of night and day between their effort and the first contractor's poor showing.   The wall is very neatly cut and angled at 90 degrees back into the embankment and very cleanly finished, the wall now has two steps with a lovely planting area where they laid mulch and a number of attractive small plants, the highest level was hand graded perfectly flat and neatly sloped and they even laid down pellets and seed in an effort to restore the grass.   The block chosen is substantial and has a very different feel and quality to that of the first block used.  The block cuts are very neat and precise.  They had to install a handrail because there was so much removed of the first level that there was a flight of steps quite close to the wall edge, this was done very neatly, professionally, with a nice level of detail and very good fit and finish.    All that remains to to obtain the final sign-off for an excellent job.
    Jason, his team, were very knowledgeable, kept their promises, completed the work as they said they would, and showed real  pride in their work.   I am very pleased.

    - Joseph B.
  • D
    Landscape Impressions
    I didn't, zero response when I attempted to schedule the work
    - Lori L.
  • A
    Agway-Liberty Home Garden-Pet
    - Saundra S.
  • B
    Maples Farm & Garden Center
    - Saundra S.
  • A
    Farmside Landscape & Design
    I had an estimate done to remove existing landscaping for a quarter acre lot. Very professional estimator! Punctual, knowledgeable, and thorough.
    - Konnie E.
  • A
    LawnSmith LLC
    very nice man.
    price was high but very competent
    easy to deal with

    - Ronnie L.
  • A
    Backwoods Landscaping LLC
    Hired someone sight unseen to mow a double lot that my cousin could only tell me.
    As I don't live there yet, had been done.
    - Norah M.
  • A
    See above.  I thought it went well.  He mowed a double lot, and weed whacked around the house and shed.
    - Norah M.
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