We started our own business due to working for previous companies who lack in a sense of pride in their quality of work. We do our best to provide a better customer experience, we communicate about everything, and we do not like to take any shortcuts to get our job done. We also type out contracts with our work so that both parties understand what is wanted and what is to be installed so there isnt any loose ends.
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Frequently asked questions
What is your typical process for working with a new customer?
Customer gets in contact with us, we set up a date to meet so that we can take measurements and discuss ideas/plans. Depending on scope of work we will either draw out some basic concepts of design or we can verbally speak the design/idea, not all jobs/customers need/require a physically drawn plan. We then will send the estimate to customer, and if approved, we will type out a contract to proceed with work.
What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?
Worked in landscaping for about 9 years. Started off as a laborer and spent most of my time as a lead/foreman for most companies that I worked for. My background experience involves, trenching, grading, planting, drip/sprinkler irrigation with timers, pavers, flagstone, cinderblocks, concrete, edging, retaining walls, seating walls, water features, outdoor kitchens, firepits, artificial turf, DG pathways, low voltage lighting, and wood work such as, fencing, gates, decks, awnings, pergulas gazebos,
Do you have a standard pricing system for your services? If so, please share the details here.
Depending on scope of work, certain things have a fixed price on the labor end per sqft and other things vary depending on difficulty of the specific work or toughness of ground, etc.