Warning! Do not hire these guys! After they got the job they were rude, resentful and incompetent. I had to hire another landscaper to finish the job! I dealt with a guy named Jaime Short who said the owner was out of town. They did not show up when scheduled and I received no phone call or message, just did not show up. I am pretty mellow and easy to work with so I figured they would show up the next day or let me know what was going on, well I finally called two days later and they explained that their entire crew had all quit at the same time on the day my job was supposed to start. And that they had yards to cut also, so they had no one at all to do landscaping. He did not call because he figured I would never let them do the job after that. At that point I should have known that they were going to be terrible but let them reschedule. They showed up with a new crew who seemed as though they had never done landscaping. Jaime left after about 5 minutes saying he "had to get back to the shop." As soon as he left they just wondered around looking lost. I thought I would help out and went outside to tell them what needed to be done. Put the trees here, dirt here, level this, the same as I had done with Jaime a week earlier. I was also using a sprinkler company that they recommended who was installing at the same time they were working. This job took about 8 for them to complete and during this time Jaime was rude, combative and difficult, resentful about the job, openly complained repeatedly that the price he said he agreed to was to low(and I never negotiated, I just accepted his price), complained about the sprinkler guy (Jaime had recommended him) and how he was drinking on the job and he was doing a terrible job. Jaime's boss Josh came over (back from vacation) and tried to charge me an extra $600.00 to complete the yard leveling, an extra $250.00 for sod, and another $150.00 for dirt. It became apparent that Jaime had under-priced this job and was mad about it, his boss was mad about it, and so they were very rude throughout the job. They also laid brown dead sod in the front of my house and almost dead sod in the back. I found out later that they had mistakenly underestimated the time for this job and had bought the sod a week earlier and had stored it sitting in their yard, so it was dying. At the end of the job, I pointed out that the dirt fill was not completed as discussed and they had laid dead sod over the top of it. Jaime then screamed at me (in front of neighbors) that "I was going to regret it when he got through with my bill," that I should have told him these things before he finished. I had to hire another landscaper to complete the work and replace the dead sod they had laid. This is one of those nightmare landscape stories!