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  • Reynolds Landscape Company LLC
    The entire experience was fantastic from beginning to end. Jim and his crew are very responsive. Tehia the designer is highly knowledgeable about all aspects of landscaping including a wide variety of materials and plants. The crew was focused, professional, responsive to questions and making adjustments. A great company with really wonderful folks to work with
    Steve B.
  • Reyes Landscaping
    It went great. Reyes had to go an extra day to finish the job but that was OK. Had him come back 2 months latter to do a second reseed due to the birds eating a lot of the original seed. It's REALLY looking great!!! Would hire again in a minute!!!! Very friendly to work with!!!
    Gini B.
  • Reyes Landscaping
    Abel was awesome! The finished product was amazing and it was all such good quality. He answered all my questions throughout and helped us navigate some small changes during the project. He was communicative and consistent and great to work with!
    Mary Anne N.
  • North East Landscaping Services
    ***UPDATE: North East Landscaping reached out to me after this review to discuss my concerns. I met with Lupe, and we had a great conversation. They have already begun to address those concerns, and I have re-hired them for ongoing maintenance for my yard. Thanks, Lupe!*** Hired this company to put in some improved drainage to my yard, build a couple small retaining walls out front, do some top dressing/res-seeding for my lawn, and do bi-weekly yard maintenance. Per their invoice, this includes "Lawn mowing, Edging, Line-trimming, Weed Control, Shrubs/Plants Pruning/Trimming 1-2 per year up to 6' feet, Fertilizing Turf 4-6 per year, Litter removal, Leaves removal, Blowing hardscapes, Disposal off-site all green waste/Debris materials, Leave site Tidy and Clean." Drainage work went well, as did the overall initial yard cleanup. The retaining walls turned out great as well - despite a cable line being left in between blocks of the wall and not routed above it per my explicit request. Also, twice per month, they sent a couple guys out to zip through my lawns on their powered mower, spritz some weed control, and clean things up with the leaf blower. The problems I had were with the state my lawn was left in (and, continues to be in), as well as trying to communicate with the owner (or any other decision maker). On these specific points I would give 2 stars at the absolute best. The first major concern was the fact that they scheduled all the lawn rehab first. They thatched, reseeded, and did the top dressing. I spent a good portion of my early evenings the next couple of weeks watering by hand since I don't have sprinklers. THEN, they came in to do the drainage and retaining wall work, which involved tearing up and even tramping part of the lawn that a bunch of time and effort was just spent trying to rehab, with grass trying to grow back. Wouldn't it have made sense to do that work FIRST, then do the lawn? In addition to new grass being trampled, large portions of the lawn were sopped with essentially gray mud from the stone cutting that was happening for the wall, and there was quite a bit of gravel all over it. I took several pictures that I emailed to the owner, I also called about getting him or some manager to come out and take a look at both this as well as the cable line issue with one retaining wall. I wanted to at least get some assurance that it would be addressed as part of the ongoing maintenance I was paying for. No reply or acknowledgement, even after a few tries via phone and email. The concrete mud eventually dissipated for the most part, but not only do I still have several bald spots in various places around my lawn, the area where the existing lawn was excavated and put back is all just 100% dead. I have basically a bare line right where the drain trench is. After dropping the issue for a while (due to more pressing matters in my life), I brought up the issue again in September. I wanted to have someone with authority come out and let me know what could be done, as well as discuss what might be needed for winter maintenance specifically. With the colder temperatures, I was not sure $230 a month to have them do 30 min of work twice per month was worth it. I contacted the owner via email, who asked me to fill out an online form for an estimate appointment. Probably about an hour before the scheduled appointment, I got a call from the owner. He asked if we could do the estimate over the phone, because he was running late and didn't want to drive to my place. I explained that I was, once again, hoping to have either him or some manager take a look at the state my lawn was in, and let me know what could be done - because it was due to the way in which his team did their work. I explained the state of my lawn. He said he would look up how many sq ft my yard had from their previous notes and send me an estimate. The estimate to fix his own team's work, that in part seems like it ought to have fallen under the umbrella of the monthly maintenance service ('fertilizing turf 4-6 per year') I was already paying for: a full repeat of the top dressing and re-seeding to the tune of just under $2000. When the owner would not respond to repeated requests to look at the work his team did, even when he had an appointment scheduled- the message that sent to me was that I was just not worth his time. That was the last straw. Some of my neighbors were interested in hiring them, but not after this particular experience
    Aaron M.
    Couldn't have gone better. I found Rodrigo on Angi, but then discovered that several of our neighbors had used him and loved him. We were going to get multiple bids but after talking with him, he was so nice, knowledgeable, and reasonably priced that we decided to go ahead on his removing the concrete. We then came up with the idea of using that concrete as a broken concrete entryway path and decided to have him do that as well when our backyard unit was finished. Couldn't have made a better choice. He's creative, conscientious, meticulous, notices things that we hadn't thought of and just a terrific person to work with. Our broken concrete entryway has different colored stones in between and it looks great, a wonderful entrance to the new house. Rodrigo also did a surface for a bike shed we're building and a walkway to and platform for a hot tub. We'd recommend him to anyone
    Paul L.
  • Raudenbush Earthworks llc
    Jake did a great job on our property . We needed our yard graded and some soil added for our new lawn makeover . He helped us out with getting the right amount of dirt we needed for our project he even pointed out some drainage issues we were going to have that were unforeseen before hand so he came up with a plan to install some drainage pipe to keep water away from our house and damaging our foundation . The install went flawless . And our yard is now enjoyable . His attention to detail and hard work is appreciated in a time where many are dishonest . We will be hiring Jake again to help us complete our backyard next summer … we highly recommend Raudenbush earthworks for anything you might nee
    tom s.
    Excellent service from Miguel and his crew! I was so impressed I had them put me on a monthly schedule for my landscaping work! Bobby McKinney
    Robert M.
    Very well. His worker was excellent. Did a fabulous job. Highly recommend. Their estimate was far lower then other still did a great job in just few days.
    Kay B.
  • Magical Forest General Contractor & Landscaping LLC
    I was very pleased with Ricardo’s work. He put in 12 steps on a steep path and added gravel that was needed. He was very easy to work with and did a great job for me. I highly recommend him.
    Jeananne O.
  • Flores Groundworks
    So happy with our service from Flores Groundworks! Everything that was promised was done, the yard transformed, quickly and efficiently! Great communication and look forward to hiring them again!
    Tessa S.

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Seattle landscape project average pricing

The average Seattle landscaping jobs vary in price from $1,300 to $5,600. Where you reside, how big and complex your yard is, and the type of landscaping you're looking for will determine how much your project will cost.

For instance, easier jobs, like mulching, will cost roughly $35 per cubic yard. The bigger the job, the larger the cost. To completely resculpt your yard, a designer will charge you about $50 to $150 per hour. Labor and materials are additional costs that’ll be added into the price estimate.

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