That’s right. It’s time for Spokane landscaping to start in earnest as the snow melts away and people can see dirt, dust, debris and property features they just don’t like staring them in the face. Honestly though, our “season” runs all year long, as we travel throughout Spokane for excavations, cleanups and even the type of jobs people associate more with the spring or summer. But once the snow goes away, everybody knows it’s time to deal with that hardscaping job or water feature you didn’t catch last year.
That means that if you want a Spokane hardscaping job done like a new patio, general landscaping, landscaping cleanup or anything else with “scaping” in the word, now is the time to book us. Our
One thing we’d like to mention is that this year, we anticipate an increased demand for landscaping services as we head into the economic recovery full bore. People are going to feel more secure in their jobs, better about their financial outlooks and have a bit more faith in property values. That means they’ll want to finish that landscaping job they put off in 2008 and 2009.
In addition to providing a full set of landscaping, hardscaping and water feature construction services, remember that we also have products and services to help folks who want to do it themselves. We can start you off with a clean slate with a landscape cleanup, hauling away your job so that you can work on a pristine chunk of property. You might also need us to bring in our cool machines to perform an excavation job. You might be comfortable laying stone or fitting brick, but if you need someone else to move several tons of earth and unwanted rocks, we’re here for you.
We also have a fully stocked landscaping materials yard to serve you, so before you hunt around to dozens of different suppliers, call us – we might just have everything you need in one place. We stand by our landscaping supplies for an excellent reason – we use them for our own professional jobs. We’re also happy to answer any questions you may have about our stock to help you understand how to make it work on your property.