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When frigid winter days have you longing for spring showers and their magical flowers, there is no need to suffer in silence.
1334 W Ridgewood CtSan Antonio, TX 78201
From Business: Residential or Commercial We are will be moving offices soon, therefore I am using my personal cell as the main line. Also, that way I can always be contacted, and return calls much faster.
5103 Round Table DrSan Antonio, TX 78218
From Business: If you've been looking for affordable tree services from a company that uses the latest solutions to manage commercial or residential landscapes, then look no further than the San Antonio professionals at Action Tree Service. You'll have peace of mind knowing we're fully insured and focused on client satisfaction. Action T…
10032 WoodtrailSan Antonio, TX 78250
From Business: Maxine's Lawn Care provides a variety of quality services for a reasonable price. We offer lawn maintenance, detailing, tree services, and landscaping. We Offer the best prices for the best quality work out in the San Antonio Area. Areas of Expertise include and are not Limited to Landscaping, Tree Services, Mulching, Shap…
424 Lake Side CirBoerne, TX 78006
I asked this business for a consultation as I had three trees that were effected by the drought.I actually thought I'd have to get them removed.Kevin told me two of the trees could be saved with some pruning and that I would lose the third one.They cut down the one tree and pruned the other two …
1240 FresnoSan Antonio, TX 78201
From Business: Dominion Landscaping and Lawn Maintenance is located in San Antonio, Texas but services all of San Antonio and surrounding residential properties and commercial properties including Universal City, Converse, Helotes, Leon Valley, Schertz, Shavano Park and more. Dominion Landscaping and Lawn Maintenance is dedicated to supe…
San Antonio, TX 78209
From Business: We are a design-build landscape company committed to helping clients realize their dreams of a beautifully landscaped outdoor environment. We specialize in providing exceptional landscape services. Additional services include: Brick & Stone, Designers & Decorators, Landscaping
12007 Orsinger LnSan Antonio, TX 78230
From Business: Fairway Lawn Service has been serving the San Antonio area since 2002. We pride ourselves in strong customer relationships and excellent, professional service. Additional services include: Concrete, Landscaping, Lawn & Garden Care, Paving, Tree Service
7010 Bryan StAustin, TX 78702
From Business: We are a fully insured business, with over 10 years of combined experience in landscaping. Silver Leaf Landscaping and Construction, has built an excellent reputation for customer satisfaction. We'll work within your budget, while maintaining quality, attention to detail, and a fast completion time. I, Mason, am present on…
3571 Far West BlvdAustin, TX 78731
From Business: Texas Greens by Design is a designer and installer of synthetic putting greens and lawn grass. In nine years, we have designed and installed 500+ putting greens and 100+ lawn grass jobs. We install in backyards, side yards, front yards, acreages, garages, game rooms, on decks & patios, inside 60+ Golfsmith golf stores, at …
PO Box 5425Round Rock, TX 78683
Amanda was great with my initial consultation. I was equally impressed with the reasonable rates that do not require a contract. With the products & expertise that Emerald Lawns has to offer, I'm looking forward to a well manicured lawn.
13115 Lookout RunSan Antonio, TX 78233
From Business: Arborists in Bartlett Tree Experts' San Antonio, TX office are committed to helping local residents and businesses maintain beautiful, healthy trees and shrubs. Allow an arborist, or tree doctor, from our San Antonio office to provide you with tree care and shrub care services in the greater San Antonio area including Alam…
9388 Corporate DrSchertz, TX 78154
From Business: Landscape and Hardscape Material Superstore Keller Material has been supplying South and Central Texas with quality material and outstanding service since 1957. Our new location, in Northeast San Antonio, serves San Antonio as well as the communities of Schertz, Selma, Garden Ridge, New Braunfels and North Central areas of…
San Antonio, TX 78254
From Business: Full Tree Service - Stump Grinding & Removal, Landscaping, Lawn Serives, Hardscapes, Patio Design & Stone Work. Have a deisgn in mind, we can do it! Free Estimates, Over 10 Years Experience
San Antonio, TX 78209
If it wasn't for Boyd Lighting Design, I could of never thrown that awesome get together for hundreds in my back yard. Some many people just loved it! He made my back yard look like a scene from a HollyWood! I willl never use any other company........!
San Antonio, TX 78230
I must say I've had professional service from Scott at Absolute Pools. His price for draining, cleaning and refilling my pool was extremely competitive. He and his crew promptly came and drained my pool (which was very dirty from a winter of neglect), cleaned it and refilled it over the weekend…
12739 Oconnor RdSan Antonio, TX 78233
After working with SA Rainmaker over an issue, I was pleased with their resolution and genuine care for customer satisfaction. Their work is excellent, with time and budget as promised. I highly recommend them.
7355 W Loop 1604 NSan Antonio, TX 78254
First time having to purchase sod for my yard. I was recommended to Del's and I had a very professional experience. I emailed in a request for quote and received prompt reply. I ordered by phone the young lady was very helpful in completing my order. Scheduled it for a Monday delivery and w…
When frigid winter days have you longing for spring showers and their magical flowers, there is no need to suffer in silence.
If your sprinklers are geysering or are leaking, there are a few steps to take to mitigate these problems.
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J's Lawn service exceeded my expectations. I contacted J's Lawn Service after I was looking for a contractor to lay flagstone for my project in my backyard. I set up an appointment Linda and Juan the owners of business. We were to discuss the project and cost of the installation of the flagstone. I told Juan and Linda what I wanted to do and they gave me a fair and reasonable price. Juan helped me in the complete design of my project. He gave me insight as to what could be done on project. Linda and I sat down and came up with the final cost and set up an appointment date. I booked about a month out and Linda called me the Friday before the project was to be started on Monday. I was impressed to say the least. Monday came and J's Lawn Service crew showed up promptly. They were very nice and cordial. The working crew were on time everyday for my project. My flagstone project was 38 x 26 in size and was completed in 1 week. Linda assured me from the beginning that I would be happy with the outcome. She was right!!!! I was more than happy with the outcome. My wife was very pleased also. We have had people over since the project was completed and everybody loves it... Good Job J's Lawn Service, I look forward to working with you in the future on other projects. I will tell many people about you. Thanks Linda, Juan and Crew.
I have 1 and 1/2 acres that I needed mowed. Due to the rain we have had over the last four weeks our yard had gown up to knee height. When the Scott's Lawn Service team of men showed up to do the job, they came without having the proper equipment for a job the size of my yard. The team did finish the job, but it was cut unevenly,because they cut a lot of my side yard and back yard with only a weed eater. They arrived late both days and did not provide their own five gallon water dispenser, thus the team kept knocking on my door asking for cold water in their 16 ounce bottles. The estimate that I was given for the job was $100.00. After the team had mowed ONLY my front yard they started to say it would be over $200.00 more to finish the job. Don't believe their estimates or the time they will arrive. I do not recommend anyone that has more than a 1/4 acre lot use this service.
I get "happy feet" every time I turn on my sprinkler system now. I have a very "home made" sprinkler system that had several ill-functioning and one very broken sprinkler heads. My first concern is that no one would want to touch this system and then they would insist on just building a new one. David was very accommodating, he made suggestions to improve my system without pushing me to extend my budget. He added an additional line and replaced several sprinkler heads. I believe his pricing was comparable to other professional providers, but in actuality was probably better since he basically reworked my entire system.
We recently received a postcard in the mail advertising service with McCain Enterprise. We checked out their website and was very impressed with the variety of services and specials that they offered. We spoke with the owner Jeff and set up an appointment for him to come out and provide us with a bid. He was very informative, professional and affordable. He walked us through the process step by step, provided us with watering, mowing and maintenance tips. An our yard looked great. We would highly recommend him and his company to our friends. ...Mr. Zapata.
The best compliment I can give David is my repeat business. I used him in the past and was impressed by his work ethic. His philosophy is to treat every sprinkler system as if it was his own, and it shows in the finished product. He's very easy to work with. He is prompt, explains the repair to be done, his prices are fair, he works fast, and gives a two year warranty on newly installed parts and replacement cost . Why would I use anyone else?
J's Lawn Service went above any beyond to make our yard look amazing. Completed a beautiful flagstone patio with seating benches, laid 7 pallets on sod, and re worked all of our planting beds. They showed up everyday at 8 am and didn't leave until after 5. Worked through all of the rain and broken irrigation lines. They repaired or replaced anything they damaged to exceed my expectations. I can't say enough about Juan, Linda, & their crew!!!
Look no further! Mr. Jeff McCain and company has transformed my backyard from a desert into an oasis of beautiful grass. My wife and I wanted a local expert to give us advice about how to best solve our backyard issues. Mr. McCain gave us many options for us to choose from. His knowledge and work clearly showed with our beautiful new backyard. Price, workmanship, and on-phone/in-person customer service has been the very best.
If you want the BEST in sprinkler system repair and maintenance, call David at Abelia Sprinklers. I have used Abelia for about 10 years and no job is too small or too big. David gives professional service while being friendly and caring; and he was also to create unique sprinkler configurations after I had new garden beds installed in my yard. I will always call David at 210-414-1099 for all my sprinkler system needs.
Once again very satisfied with his work. I have used Mr. McCain a few times and won't hesitate to use him again. This job he was not only on time but worked with my schedule. Very knowledgeable individual. My new replaced sod looks amazing. He even gave me pointers and did some extra work that other companies would usually charge an absurd amount. thank you Mr. McCain.
Dependable, affordable, and gets it right! David is a one-guy business so you are dealing with the owner-operator. He shows on time, assesses your issues, gives you a price that stands, and performs the work. He has serviced my system annually and as needs arose for7 years. Everyone I have recommended him to over the years has been equally pleased with his work.
Nature's beauty can be seen everywhere through landscape designs. Not everyone has a green thumb or the knowledge to coordinate a landscaping plan that's aesthetically pleasing and meets the unique needs of the property. Landscape contractors can help add curb appeal to the exterior of your home or strategize how plants should be laid out.
Generally, landscape contractors create or refurbish outdoor spaces by planting trees, lawns, shrubs and flowers, and constructing paths, decks and patios. These professionals will generally discuss client requirements, how the landscaped area will be used, and the client's preference for certain styles. After this initial meeting, landscapers will select the materials they need and start carrying out their construction and planting plans.
With the number and variety of properties that need landscaping services, it should come as no surprise that there are many different providers to choose from. In fact, there are nearly 500,000 active landscaping businesses in the U.S. This demand is driven by the continued growth in domestic housing markets. Steady disposable income has also been a major reason for households to outsource their yard care.
Landscaping contractors have a wide variety of techniques that they can use to spruce up your yard. Here are some of the most common landscaping attributes that you can find at most homes:
Homeowners and businesses may stray from annuals and biennials due to planning and costs associated with them - instead, look to fill your garden with perennials. These plants return every year, making them a budget-friendly option. You may choose to do a one-color floral garden or a combination of colorful perennials. Look at plants like allium, buddleia, coneflower, sage and veronica for inspiration when choosing perennials.
Homeowners can mix and match different kinds of trees to enhance their yard. Evergreens like spruce, magnolia, holly and firs keep their leaves year-round. Deciduous trees, on the other hand, have leaves that change color and fall off in colder months. Pair different types of trees together for ample yard coverage.
If you want to guide guests around your yard, try using pathways. You can dig shallow holes to make the stones flush with the ground, providing an appealing walkway. Pavers can also be arranged in geometric patterns to cover unused ground space or bare earth.
Landscape contractors can also build a structure that will enhance your yard. Perhaps you decide to put in a koi pond, or that you want to build out your patio. Landscape contractors have the knowledge, tools and design expertise to carry out these construction projects.
Homeowners and business managers should call landscaping contractors as these professionals have the tools and expertise to carry out jobs such as:
Planting Trees and Flowers
Landscapers are often called out to roll out sod as well as plant trees and flowers. These contractors have the design aesthetic to help you plan the best layout for your particular space. Landscapers can also tell you if certain plants aren't cut out for your climate. Not only will you get a beautiful yard, but you'll also have foliage that will last over the years.
Sprinkler systems are beneficial for a variety of locations, but many DIY irrigation projects can lead to incorrect installations. Some problems include poor-quality components, improper pipe sizing, too many sprinkler-heads per zone, and inadequate head spacing. These systems are difficult to install, and a DIYer can easily make mistakes. Landscape contractors can situate sprinklers methodically to maintain your plants and ensure that the irrigation system is set up correctly.
Building Retaining Walls
If you have a retaining wall or are putting one in, proper installation is crucial. Landscapers see issues like lack of proper base preparation, unattractive wall blocks, mitered cuts at corners and no drainage chimney installed behind the wall. To prevent your wall from crumbling, call a landscape contractor to construct one.
Besides putting in plants and trees, building decks and patios are the most common jobs for a landscape contractor. These professionals have the best materials and tools available to create the look that you desire. DIY projects can end with structurally unsound builds, requiring additional time and money to fix the issues. Good landscapers will ensure a solid result that melds with the rest of your landscape design.
Homeowners and contractors can draw a lot of inspiration from landscaping styles used all over the world. There are some limitations to your options, such as what plants you can use based on the climate you live in, how much space you have to work with and any homeowners-association compliance regulations. However, once you address these main areas, landscaping design is only as restricted as your imagination.
Many homeowners are starting to use the Mediterranean design style for their landscapes. This option is becoming popular around the world because it takes advantage of new varieties of palm trees and plants that conform to different climates. The diversity of this flora is what makes this approach so appealing.
Southwest Landscape Design
If you live in an arid region, this style is likely going to be the best choice for your landscaping. Using a mix of garden decor and plants, Southwest design aims to make the most of plants that retain water well and can handle dry, warm climates. Pathways, patios and lawn ornaments can help cover the space and complement available flora.
Japanese Garden Style
Japanese-style landscapes are known for providing a serene space. This design uses a number of techniques to make the area look bigger than it is and to create a calm, beautiful atmosphere.
No matter which style you choose, there are some main considerations that should go into your design. Homeowners need to anticipate equipment access needed to create a deck or patio, as some tools may be too big for the space. They will also want to start by choosing a focal point. It should stand out but still be connected to the rest of the landscape. Accenting your home with thoughtful plantings to highlight its features will add curb appeal and enhance its characteristics.
Landscape work is not cheap, so it's in your best interest to make sure that it's done to your requirements and that you get the best contractor to do the job. Consider these factors before hiring a contractor:
Every good contractor should have a list of recently completed jobs that you can see in their portfolio. They should also have a list of references that you can contact, or properties that you can see in person. Feedback from these sources can reveal necessary information about the quality of the contractor's work, dependability, responsiveness and capacity to carry out your particular project.
Certification and Memberships
Landscape contractors also should have relevant certifications from reputable programs, like Certified Landscape Technician. You should also ask for a list of professional activities, affiliations and awards to gauge interest in professional growth and commitment to excellence. Contractors may be part of the International Society of Arboriculture, The Irrigation Association and numerous other organizations that are committed to providing better training and education in the industry.
Homeowners should require that the contractor submit certificates verifying compliance with safety, insurance, workers' compensation and drug and alcohol testing programs. This will give you peace of mind that the contractor has gone through all the steps under industry regulations.
Pricing and Billing
Homeowners should know how much they'll need to pay for the contractor's service as well as how they will be billed for this work. Ask about any design fees, if quoted prices are fixed or estimates, and what the payment process will be. Clarifying these items in the beginning will prevent any surprise expenses.
States have different requirements regarding landscape-contractor operations. Check the specific regulations for your area, and verify that your contractor has the necessary licenses. These may include a state contractor's license, pesticide license, CDL driver's license and license to sell and purchase nursery stock. It's important to ensure that your landscape contractor complies with established rules before beginning your project.
When it comes to working with landscaping materials, safety must be the top priority. There is a wide range of services within the industry, many of which come with a risk of injury. Employers must conduct all required training in a language and vocabulary that workers can understand. Training must demonstrate the hazards of operating certain machinery, like stone cutters and splitters, as well as how to use them appropriately. It's important to verify that your landscape contractor has taken the necessary steps to fully train its personnel and that the appropriate safety precautions are in place.