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- General Info:
- AAA Landscaping offers a complete range of home and office landscaping services, from plan designing, plants selection and installation to irrigation, warranty and maintenance. The company s designers, estimators and field experts advise on matters of safety, function and aesthetics. Its irrigation systems department has the capability to handle jobs from small residential to large commercial systems. The firm s landscape maintenance services include leaf removal, trimming of small trees, installation and maintenance of annuals, blowing and clean up of debris, mowing, edging, mulching and trimming of shrubbery. AAA Landscaping also provides online discount coupons and is located in Oklahoma City.
- Extra Phones:
Phone: (405) 340-7612
- Lawn Maintenance, Weed Cutting
- Landscape Designers
- Northwest Oklahoma City
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AAA Landscaping, Inc.
- Landscape Contractors, Landscape Designers & Consultants, Landscaping & Lawn Services, Nurseries-Plants & Trees, Sprinklers-Garden & Lawn, Landscaping Equipment & Supplies
I had them build a pergola and a deck and the sales man was professional to work with. They built it while i was out of town and when i got back they had already finished it! it looks fantastic! I'm very satisfied with the service they gave me and i would contract them again without a doubt! Great job!
This company exceeded my expectations. Everybody took the time to understand exactly what I wanted and to offer me options along the way. They're very quick to respond.
The owner checked on the work being done pretty much daily. The workers were really good and did a first-rate quality job. Everything was left immaculate. The end was a beautiful yard that was completed within budget and on time. They are true professionals that care about the work being produced.
Their work was excellent and I was concerned that my job was too small for their company. This turned out not to be a problem at all. In fact, as stated above, everything exceeded my expectations.
Think twice about going with this company. Do your research on other companies and read reviews on the companies first. This company says on their website that they are "A one phone call destination for our customers' needs"...That remains to be seen. I have been calling for about 7 weeks now for a irrigation repair on the system. Finally, after 6 weeks, I got mad on the phone and they said that someone was going to be out the next day to repair it. They installed my irrigation system. Now, I know one of the things that needed done would be under warranty. But the next day came and I sat at the windows and no one showed up. My husband was here also waiting outside for incase they couldn't find the house. We didn't get a phone call saying that they would be late or reschedule for another day or nothing. We waited a week for that call. That is what is called respect. If they expect to keep customers then they need to learn what respect is. So I called a week after that and the woman said she would call me back but never asked any information like what my phone number was, so I really doubt she will. So I took pictures of the problems and am now I may have to consult an attorney over the situation because the one repair is under warranty. I shouldn't have to go to these great lengths in order for a company to do their job. But you got to do, what you got to do these days with companies. This company clearly doesn't want to fix repairs.
Had trees planted by this landscaping company. They have all gone dead. When asked to replace under warranty they said I wasn't watering enough and they wouldn't. I had watered, deep rooted and fertilized. I dug up the first tree and it was in the burlap and wire, the hole was full of water and defintey had not been dug large enough to accomadate the ball size. It also appears they forced or packed the tree into the hole because the roots were crushed. I called back explained this to them and they said they'll bring a new tree but I will have to dig it out and plant it. They also said they always plant them in the wire and burlap and claimed that this was the correct planting method. I researched the US Dept of Agriculture and the American Nursery & Landscape Assoc, both instruct to dig a hole 2-3 times the size of the ball, remove the wire and remove or cut the burlap to promote root growth. AAA Landscaping still wont replace the other trees because they are not totally dead.