I had a great experience using Scott Drucker and his company, Dream Gardens, to improve my landscaping. Scott's visual imagination and understanding of architectural styles made his suggestions very appropriate. His approach is both artistic and practical leading to the a result that is very satisfying and cost-efficient. I can't recommend him highly enough.
Very talented knows his stuff and listens to what you want. Very pleased with the work he has done.
Dream Gardens was our #1 choice after attending the Home Show in Chattanooga. We have been very pleased and satisfied with the transformation of our front yard. We will continue working with Dream Gardens on future projects and Give them a high recommendation.
Olga and Scott created a woodland garden out of bare land at the foot of Lookout Mountain. He took a new house on a steep hill and created paradise using perennials, grasses, trees, shrubs of various species which will provide color and texture all year. They are reasonably priced, conscientious, and extremely talented and knowledgeable. Fabulous
Dream Gardens designed and installed a beautiful project for my home in Amelia Island, Florida. Also, did all flowers for my neice's wedding and reception in Atlanta. Very knowledgeable, personable and easy to work with.
We needed glass replaced in a number of our storm windows. My wife called AAA Window Manufacturing, they quoted us two potential prices, a lower price if they could salvage our old frames, and a larger price if they could not. I thought, uh oh, but they salvaged all of our frames and did the complete job for a very low price. Thank you, AAA, for a great job at a great price.
Ordered carpet, carpet came in, scheduled install and installer showed up then refused to install because it was too hot and there was no air conditioning in the house. He stated he installed in a home yesterday with no a/c and he almost passed out. I contacted the installation section of Lowe's where Billy advised there has to be a/c. I then spoke to the flooring salesman David who told me upon purchase to contact him with any problems. He said the home has to be climate controlled. When I asked him where that was listed in in the contract he couldn't tell me. So here I am left with all exposed subfloor and tack strips with no carpet throughout my house and Lowe's not doing anything to help resolve the problem. You can't tell me that homes are required to have air conditioning when that is a personal preference. Do all of the roofers, fence installers, home builders call off when it's too hot?