Tuesday, May 19, 2009

It’s Landscaping Season around Spokane!

That’s right: Warm weather means Cascading Creations will move into high gear performing Spokane landscaping and hardscaping jobs. That’s not to say we were idle during the winter; in fact, we did lots of snow removal while we finished off the final phase of putting together GardenStone Creations’ stone engraving business.

We anticipate high demand not only because we are totally cool, good and what we do and fun to work with, but because these days, people are thinking more of improving the homes they have than “trading up” for a better house. While the real estate market recovers, we’re there adding value to homes with hardscaping and water features, including retaining walls, fountains, patios and more. Plus, winter and spring rain leave wear and tear, and now’s the time for us to finish demolition and landscaping site cleanup jobs.

We’re pros; we can get your job done fast and in such a way that it blends seamlessly into the surrounding environment. If you want to do it yourself, however, we have a couple of great options available.

First, get your stuff from our landscaping materials yard. We have a huge variety of materials including stone, driftwood, and fertilizer (or as we like to call it, “crap” – it’s good fertilizer, that’s just where it comes from). The yard is right beside our offices and GardenStone Creations, so we’ve got everything from the heavy stuff you need for landscaping to stone engravings and garden décor from local artisans, all in one location. Use it all to create the perfect space.

Second, if you’ve always wanted to get giant machines to do your bidding, we can help you. Become a landscaping customer helper and you’ll be able to operate our heavy equipment in your own landscaping job, under close supervision to make sure that you’re not only safe and sound, but will do a great job on as much or as little of your landscaping as you want.

Whether you want our help, our stuff or a chance at the controls, contact us for Spokane landscaping work; you’ll be more than satisfied and have a little fun.

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