A good landscape/hardscape company?

terraced yardJim emails:

I am looking for a hard scape company that can terrace a hill for my parents. Any good leads on people that do that?

Any suggestions for Jim and his parents? Please share!

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Comments

Geff Reddick of Redbud Development out of Wilton, NY does great work. (Google them for their website.) Not only does Geff do a great job with the labor end of the job, but he also has a design background so he can bring a lot of creativity to the table that could really spruce-up your project! (pun intended)

Ack! I was hoping to ask about a regular landscaper one of these days, if anyone knows one of them to recommend! We need our backyard ripped up and turned into a livable area!

Not sure if they do hardscape but I used Habitat Garden Design for my perennial garden. They did great work and were incredibly flexible. Ben really listened to what I wanted and delivered exactly that. I would highly recommend him :-)

Skyview Landscapes out of Latham does both Hardscaping and regular landscaping. I've used them, as has my family---generally excellent results.

http://www.facebook.com/pages/The-Zen-Stoneguy/102339719823972?v=info

These guys do really great work and are very reasonable in their pricing.

Good luck!

Second Skyview Landscapes!!!

-JRD3 LANDSCAPING- Jim and his crew are very hard workers and priced really good for this economy I highly recommend this company. Their website is : www.jrd3landscaping.com

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