Nik Tree Landscape And Irrigation

Nik Tree Landscape And Irrigation

Shawn Nikah

Austin, TX

5.0

Responds within hours
32 years in business
3 employees

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Shawn Nikah is licensed for backflow testing and sprinkler repair for over three years now, but has been working with irrigation systems since he was a young tyke. His father Nick Nikah has served the Dallas area’s sprinkler repair and tree care needs for over 25 years. Shawn moved to Austin in 2011 to start his Masters in Public Health at the University of Texas. To help him pay his way through the program, Shawn decided he would offer his knowledge of Austin sprinkler repair and tree care to the Austin area.

He loves living in Austin, goes swing dancing weekly, and is interested in taking his love for small business to the field of mobile health! Shawn values honesty, quality, and responsive service in the companies he hires and hopes to deliver that same quality to all his customers.

(License #18305 and Backflow License #12577)

Services

Sprinkler System Repair, Sprinkler System Installation, Landscaping Design, Landscaping, Gardening, Xeriscaping, Desertscaping


Location

Austin, TX 78745

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  • Ben F.

    I had some rain water flowing towards my house after the Halloween rains. After discussions with several landscape and drainage experts, the conclusion was that a french drain was needed. Shawn's bid was the most comprehensive and the most reasonable on price. He was also able to get it done in quick order. Dealing with Shawn was a pleasure. I would recommend him without hesitation.

  • A C.

    I had a waterline break in my backyard that was leaking water. I called Shawn and he immediately diagnosed the problem on the phone. While everyone else told me I would have to wait 2-3 weeks to get someone out, he and his crew came out the same day and fixed it! While here, he also reviewed the whole system and ensured good yard coverage. Great service-will def use him and recommend him again.

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