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  • B
    A plumber told me I had a cracked pipe.  I've got two 30 foot trees that this cracked pipe goes through, so in order for the pipe to be repaired, I had to tear the trees down.   So I had to spend a fortune taking the trees down.  I took all the trees down.  Donnie Knight Landscaping was good.  Hi finished three days before Christmas.  He was here about six days.  I'd give them a B overall. They broke some things; they busted my concrete and my lantern.  I actually called them to use them again, but I didn't use them because they priced me too high on cleaning the mess they did.  I'd use them again if they didn't jack their price up again. 
    - Francesca H.
  • A
    I use Complete Lawn Care for my landscaping.  They do very good work and I would definitely hire them again, and their prices are fair.  He really spent a lot of hours here.  He didn't leave until late at night and came first thing in the morning.  It was a nightmare. If you saw the amount of work they did, I couldn't have done it.  You have to be strong.
    - Francesca H.
  • A
    My husband wants a new lawn mower. I don?t want to get a new lawn mower, because I?m a real little person and it?s perfect for my size. I will not, I?m like, ?no, no, no, that has to survive!? 
    Overall an ?A?, that?s why I went back. I really think he?s all an ?A?! It?s a real small shop, he just takes his time. He was actually pretty quick in November. I think, I did bring it the last time in was March or something, it took a little longer, because he had them lined up. Very popular. 
    - Francesca H.
  • A
    John does outstanding work. He is professional and thorough. He took the time to make sure I understood every step. John would tell me if something would not work and make suggestions as to what would. He did not try to up-sell in anyway. I would hire him again in a minute and recommend him highly to anyone needing landscaping work.
    - Susan M.
  • A
    We had a huge oak tree that was right up against our house and it was dying. When we bought the property we knew it would have to come down eventually. We noticed it was starting to get worse and we called Payless just to get a quote. They came by the house and gave us a quote for the tree and to grind down some old stumps in our front yard. They quoted us $1250 for the tree and $35 per stump. We knew no one else could beat that price so we went with them. They did a great job taking the tree down ( took two days) and they ground down that stump as well as the others in front. You would never know that there were trees there previously. Other than a few small limbs that fell on the roof ( which is no biggie) they cleaned up real well. We would highly recommend them to anyone. 
    - Jason W.
  • F
    This company is terrible. I called them to remove several trees for me. Large trees at that. The old man that came out to do the estimates was so old and feeble I was skeptical as to hiring them in the first place. He was so rude and kept interrupting me. Having been recommended by a couple close friends I gave them a shot and hired them. They were to return 3 days later to do the job. They returned and asked for 50 percent of the total cost in advance in order to buy parts for equipment. I was stupid enough to do it and they have not been back or returned calls since. I then contacted Hasbell's Tree Service and they were slightly more expensive, but much more professional. The man and his nephew were so polite and friendly I gave them the job. They returned 2 days later with several pieces of heavy equipment and skillfully
    - don c.
  • F
    Can't believe I fell for a "salesman" who comes to my door wanting to trim my trees. But just happened that i need a dead limb trimmed from a back yard tree that was about to fall on a storage building. He was right there, with his "team" ready to go to work and called the names of a couple of neighbors who had hired him as well. He had a contract, insurance papers, etc so I signed and was about to give him a check when he said they didn't take checks. He had given me such a price ($700) but I sure didn't have that kind of cash in my house. He sent his sister to try and cash my check but my bank was closed so they wanted me to take it up to the grocery store to cash. I refused so they finally started the job. They started the job, worked a couple of house then stopped and went across the street to another job! Meanwhile, they had a boy, about 12-13 high up the tree, trimming off limbs because the guy on the ground was "scared" (according to the boy). They said they'd be back Monday to finish . . . and clean up. Imagine my surprise when Sunday morning as I exited my shower into my bedroom, getting ready to go to church, there were three guys in my backyard! It's always been our policy, except in an emergency, to NOT have workers on the Lord's Day. I should have gone out and run them off but at this point I just wanted them finished and gone. It wasn't long before the "salesman" came to my door and told me my tree was nearly dead the the only thing they could do was top it and maybe that would help. Of course that meant more money. Again they left my yard to go across the street to that job. I had to leave and to take dinner to my brother then when I got back they had parked their trailer in the street in front of my house and it was piled so high with branches that both tires on one side were flat. The three guys were sitting around in my yard (smoking) and the "salesman" said they'd be back early Monday morning to finish and clean up and to get their trailer. But they needed more money so they could get something to air the tires up or buy new tires. He said they'd take a check so "Linda" could cash it before they came back. So I wrote them a $300 check and figured good riddance and good lesson for me.  About 8:15 the next morning my doorbell rang but it wasn't my tree guys, it was a police officer who said i was going to have to move that trailer because it was blocking the street for construction vehicles that were remodeling a house in the next block. I explained and he said if wasmoved it soon he wouldn't issue a ticket. About 9:00 I had a phone call from "Linda" asking if it was raining "there." Where? It was then that I realized these people were not even local. The "salesman" had given me a business card and I misread the location of the "company" since it was Cement (OK) in thinking it was a service they offered (there were a bunch). That town is about 70 miles from here! "Linda" began to explain that she had some kind of accident in her Avalanche, the vehicle that pulled the trailer, so the guys were having to find something else to drive and would be here shortly. At 3 p.m. I called her and she said, "Oh, they aren't there yet?" About 15 minutes later they showed up but spent their time working on their trailer. When the "salesman" finally came to my door I told him to get my yard cleaned up and to get out. He said, "Oh, it'll be clean." They dragged a few large limbs to the already full trailer and were suddenly gone. I didn't even go out there until the next day and was horrified. They not only didn't clean up but left a mess of their own . . . drink cans, cigarette butts, chips packages, candy wrappers . . . It took me three weeks of filling trash cans to have to most of the junk hauled out of my back yard. Some of the limbs they left were too large and too heavy for me to pick up. They also let a limb drop on my neighbor's chain link fence, bending the top bar and he talked to them about it. They said they'd be back and repair it. He tried calling them during the next week or two but got no response. I've written letters and reported them to the BBB. They told so many lies, were so unprofessional and border or simply being crooks. And one has to wonder why they have to come so far from their "hometown" to get jobs. Run "Linda' Lawn and Garden Landscaping" if they want to trim your trees, paint, clean gutters, put up a fence . . . all those things they say they will do.
    - Ann M.
  • A
    Had a water feature (creek) which my husband built 8 years ago while working at local company after his retirement. Our family enjoyed it greatly especially after he passed away a couple of years ago. I returned from a trip a month ago, flipped on the pump switch and it hardly worked. I asked a friend who had worked with my husband at that company but they no longer did installations, just carried the products. But he gave me the name of the man who had done their installations who was trying to start his own company. Armando responded to my call right way, set up an appointment and actually came a day early when he got through with other jobs. He was very much a gentleman and just friendly enough (talked to me, explaining, but not telling me his life's story!). He cleaned out the base of the creek, took out the pump and cleaned it, reinstalled it and put everything back. We turned it on and neither of us were satisfied with the flow of the creek and he suggested I probably needed a new pump. He had a catalog, explained the sizes, flow, cost, etc but I let him choose what he thought I needed. He went out and bought it, installed it, put everything back like it was, cleaned up, "taught" me how to treat it and even gave me several other suggestions about my creek. Then after about four hours at the job he charged me $300 . . . cost of the pump and all! I questioned if he was sure that was enough and he said he was trying to get his business started and wanted happy customers to pass his name around. I highly recommend him and his work. The only "downside" is that since he is Mexican, he's just a bit hard to understand on the phone but once face to face that's not a problem at all. I only wish I could get other workmen as professional as Armando.
    - Ann M.
  • A
    It went very well. They did a fabulous job. They were here on time and finished faster than I expected. They cleaned the area well when they were finished. Couldn't tell they were ever here except for my beautiful trees. I would highly recommend this company. They were very professional about their work
    - tammy m.
  • A
    They are efficient and they are not lazy.  They are very motivated.  They give veterans and mom's discounts.  They cover a pretty good area and they will get it done one way or another.  I will recommend them.
    - Connie Lou B.
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