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Landscaping reviews in Lansdowne

  • A
    Hydro-Tech Irrigation Co
    Actually it went VERY well! The team/crew were all very professional; they made it a point to take all the items dug up from the ground to be dumped somewhere else. Where I was thinking I would have to let the trash pick-up do this job. But not in this case. The pricing, for what we have now and what we wanted/needed was extremely fair, and affordable. I would recommend them at the drop of a hat. Names to remember are Ron (who knew his stuff for sure) did the final tweaking and walk through, Chris Space - very likeable and pleasant to work with set up the project, and Mike Grove - always replied (if it wasn't Chris) to all my calls and emails. A pleasant experience for sure... now I'm just waiting on the "water bill"!!! lol
    - Ken T.
  • F
    Howard's Haven Inc
    It went poorly. Howard made promises to get the work that he didn't follow thru on. The patio had to be completely redone because the work product was so poor. A project that should have taken 2 weeks took 6 weeks and even at that would have gone longer had I not given an ultimatum. Day after day his guys would arrive and do nothing awaiting Howard's arrival. Routinely that didn't happen until 2 - 3pm. Once a majority of the payment was made I was no longer a priority. He left my yard in such poor shape that my wife at one point was in tears. We are left with a patio that has below average craftsmanship, A yard that is going to cost a lot of money and time to repair, and are still finding all the residual damage. Like the dryer vent that was broken when the outer part was pulled off by Howard. Let me be even more detailed, he never called miss utility, didn't properly measure so none of the dimensions from the initial drawing were met. He and his team dropped and broke my $1700 gazebo requiring a replacement. Which he covered and tried to tout as a big favor he did me by paying for what he broke. Speaking of the gazebo, the area of the patio designed to have the gazebo wasn't built large enough. I had to manage the work myself, they forgot to run the drain line, forgot to run the electric, left uneven spots in the patio. Everyday I had to come home from work and work my second job managing this project. I hope by now you realize you shouldn't hire this company. He told me how much experience he had and that his business is 90% referrals. I don't see how that's possible. This was a terrible experience and we spent A LOT of money. We wanted to be excited about our new backyard and instead we ended up with a nightmare.
    - John D.
  • F
    U.S Construction Group
    To correct the slope at the NE corner of the back yard, the contractor constructed a retainer wall of treated wood. He was told to protect the wood against contact with water and wet soil to prevent preservation chemicals from leaching out. To effect that, he installed a plastic screen with drainage tubing on one side but not on the other side. The outlet of the tubing was at same level of the yard ground level instead of placing it at the lowest point for proper drainage, thus violating a simple hydraulic engineering principle. Also there was no such tube at the other end of the wall. No rain water ever exited the tubing because of its positioning and, possibly, because it was damaged by the fence posts which were dug in too close to the screen. The retainer wall remains exposed to contact with water and mud, and therefore, will be exposed to rotting. The retainer wall needs to be re-built properly from the ground up respecting sound engineering design principles. The contractor falsely claimed he would construct the fence similar to the one made at the Builder's model home. He hired a subcontractor to do the fence who worked without any supervision by the main contractor. The fence was built partly on the neighbor's property in order to reduce the expense of erecting it on the property line. Our neighbor was upset and we promised to have the situation corrected. Our complaint to the contractor fell on deaf ears. Also the fence posts were supposed to be immersed in cement. This was not done and resulted in the fence gate not properly closing. The contractor tried to correct the gate closing , but shifting of the posts caused the problem to persist. Also the fence was supposed to be at most 1-2 inches above ground level. This was not the case. There are gaps as much as 8-10 inches where animals can crawl into the back yard. The whole fence needs to be reconstructed along with the retainer wall. The contractor did not allow for rain water drainage in the back yard by constructing 2 walkways that prevent drainage. Rain water was backing out against the house. He refused to correct this faulty planning on his part and we had to hire a contractor to construct proper drainage. The cost of the retainer wall including excavation, wood, and its erection was $4,000. The cost of the fence was $3,300, The cost of drainage work (paid extra by us) was $700. The total cost for which the contractor is liable to us is $8,000. When confronted with this request, the contractor offered to re-imburse only $700 provided we drop all other claims of faulty workmanship. We refused his offer. All our claims of faulty workmanship can be proven by allowing any prospective member requiring such services to visit the site and we will take them on a tour of the backyard. This offer is also made to any representative from Angies List.
    - Ali S.
  • A
    JL Tree Service Inc
    Outstanding! Fidel, the Pres/Owner of the company, did the survey of what was needed and provided us an estimate. Work was then scheduled and executed flawlessly by his 3-man team. They were professional, polite and meticulous in their clean up. I give them our highest recommendation.
    - John D.
  • A
    BLUE SKY LANDSCAPING
    We recently hired Blue Sky Landscaping to aerate our lawn for autumn and put down a layer of lime & compost. Overall, the project concluded well and we will hire them again. This is especially true because they have proven that the company upholds a high standard of customer satisfaction. We originally used Angie's List to solicit bids from 3-4 highly ranked yard experts. Blue Sky responded within 24 hours with a reasonable quote. I signed the contract and returned via email. Connie replied that Blue Sky would contact me "a few" days before their arrival. A week or so later, my wife called me at work asking why a group men were in front of our house unloading their aeration machines. She was about to start her own workday and didn't have time to monitor the work. I immediately called Connie at the Blue Sky office asking whether her team was at my house, and if so, why didn't I receive any notification? Connie admitted that it was her field team and apologized for not providing proper notification. Later that day, I returned home from work and immediately walked the yard to inspect the aeration. The compost and lime were noticeable and spread evenly. But as I walked the yard, I struggled to find aeration plugs (the cylinder of soil that is pulled out by the aerator). At first, I wondered if the Blue Sky forgot to aerate... but after finding a few plugs in the side yard, I decided that the aeration just didn't work out very well. It may have been that the ground was too wet. I called Kate at the Blue Sky office to discuss the situation and she immediately jumped into action. She rescheduled her team for another aeration attempt on the day & time of my choosing. The field team arrived on schedule and had much better success the 2nd time! The yard looks great and will be healthier for the coming year.
    - Tim G.
  • D
    Creative Irrigation & Lighting, Inc
    Not very happy with this service. I've used them in the past and last spring I scheduled a back flow test and they just forgot to do it. I got a notice from the city that my water is going to be shut off. They were nice enough about it and did come out and get the inspection done, so thought it was just one of these things. I then I tried to schedule a winterization and called 3 times to have it scheduled and no one would call me back from their scheduling department to confirm a date. They kept telling me, "I am on the list to get schedule, just can't give you a date yet". I was on the schedule in the spring when you forgot to inspect my backflow device, so what confidence should I have this time. Why is it a struggle to just schedule service? I started this process in early Sept, expecting that schedules would fill up quickly. Now waiting around to "maybe" get serviced from Creative, has left me trying to find someone that isn't booked up. BAD customer service....
    - Sean K.
  • A
    DONEGAN TREE SVC INC
    Great company. They were friendly, gave a reasonable quote, listened to what we wanted, did a great job, and even cleaned up the yard exceptionally well. I was also impressed at how punctual they were at returning my emails. We were very happy with their service and will use them again.
    - Thomas F.
  • A
    Hes Company LLC
    John was our estimator and awesome at his job. He gave us a reasonable price for removal of 1 large dead tree in our backyard. He kept us informed throughout the scheduling process determining when they could proceed. When the crew came Santos and the rest of the crew working diligently to safely remove our large tree and to chop up the pieces for us to utilize later for firewood. I would absolutely recommend them to anyone looking for a reasonably priced and very good tree removal service.
    - David Y.
  • A
    Benitez Landscape & Design
    I worked with Saul who was very responsive (a rarity for sure) and he and his crew were able to complete the job ahead of time, again something that is very unusual. My past experiences with contractors is that they are poor at estimating when they will be able to start the job resulting in the job being done later than promised. The quality of the work was first rate, and they were able to complete the job in one day, which is crazy given the amount of work they had to do.
    - Dennis A.
  • A
    The Pond Doctor
    They do great work. We had another company that gauged us and the pond filters and circulator were always breaking down. Since using Pond Doctor we have no issues. Twice a year maintenance and a beautiful pond that gives us a lot of pleasure.
    - Lisa K.
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