wondering

Frankfort, IN

#1 May 15, 2014
Who is the best/cheapest landscaper in town?
hmm

Chesapeake, OH

#2 May 15, 2014
I'm guessing that the cheapest landscaper, is not the best.
Lea Thompson

West Lafayette, IN

#3 May 16, 2014
A Plus Lawn Care does a good job and is reasonable. They are located on Washington Ave.
Gloria

Taylor, MI

#4 May 16, 2014
They take care of the courthouse never seen it look better. We have the nicest courthouse in the area!
weddo

Vernon Hills, IL

#5 May 16, 2014
I've seen it look a lot nicer,I give a plus a c-.
Obvious

Rossville, IN

#6 May 18, 2014
You get what you pay for! The tire marks on the sidewalks is unnecessary and in sightly! A+ is NOT the best!
Zach

Orlando, FL

#12 Oct 13, 2014
hmm wrote:
I'm guessing that the cheapest landscaper, is not the best.
I think that there are a few landscapers out there who offer a cheaper price than others that also have wonderful services. I don't really know if you can rate a landscaping company over another because they don't have a uniform way of working. Most of the time they work according to how the owner wants the land to look like. I guess you can rate them on how well of a job they can stick to the plans drawn out.

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curious

United States

#13 Oct 14, 2014
Zach - we are in Frankfort IN, not KY

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#14 Oct 22, 2014
Obvious wrote:
You get what you pay for! The tire marks on the sidewalks is unnecessary and in sightly! A+ is NOT the best!
There asking about landscaping not sidewalks! As far as the courthouse the lawn looks amazing since A+ has ben taking care of it! I would recommend A+
Obvious

Rossville, IN

#15 Oct 22, 2014
gland wrote:
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There asking about landscaping not sidewalks! As far as the courthouse the lawn looks amazing since A+ has ben taking care of it! I would recommend A+
You obviously are either part of a+ or you know nothing about professional lawncare!
Gloria

Indianapolis, IN

#16 Oct 22, 2014
Look at the tire marks on the sidewalks at old Stoney That's unnecessary! I haven't seen any at the courthouse. How do you mow grass inside sidewalks without some kind of marks on the walks anyways. You have to cross one somewhere.
kurtcooksalot16

Toronto, Canada

#20 Feb 27, 2015
I would say instead of looking for someone's opinion about a landscaping group try to get one yourself. Everyone can say something different about a business. I would say either look for a popular opinion or just if they are a trusted business. http://www.jkgrading.com/services.php
Hey stupid

Indianapolis, IN

#21 Feb 28, 2015
kurtcooksalot16 wrote:
I would say instead of looking for someone's opinion about a landscaping group try to get one yourself. Everyone can say something different about a business. I would say either look for a popular opinion or just if they are a trusted business. http://www.jkgrading.com/services.php
Your spamming from North Carolina?
Audrey Blakeney

Provo, UT

#27 Aug 11, 2015
For those of you in Indiana, do you have any advice for what I should look for in a landscaping company? My climate is very dry, so having a lush lawn is not very obtainable for me. I would like to have an English looking garden with simple flowers and shrubs, which I think would last well in the heat. Hydrangeas are are certainly a must for my yard. Do you know of any other flowers or plants that could last in the heat and dry air? http://www.landscapeexpertsal.com/gallery
Hey stupid

Chicago, IL

#28 Aug 15, 2015
Audrey Blakeney wrote:
For those of you in Indiana, do you have any advice for what I should look for in a landscaping company? My climate is very dry, so having a lush lawn is not very obtainable for me. I would like to have an English looking garden with simple flowers and shrubs, which I think would last well in the heat. Hydrangeas are are certainly a must for my yard. Do you know of any other flowers or plants that could last in the heat and dry air? http://www.landscapeexpertsal.com/gallery
Spamming from Alabama
Michael Williams

Los Angeles, CA

#29 Sep 25, 2015
With winter coming soon, I would like to get my yard in order. It's hard when spring comes again, but my yard looks terrible. Do you know of anything that I can do before winter comes, that will help me yard look better when spring does come again? I'm thinking of finding somebody to do my landscaping! http://www.precisiontreecare.com/personalized...
Jessie4harrison

Buffalo, NY

#31 Aug 12, 2016
The exterior of my work building is a disaster. It could really use some work and clean up. I think what's really needed is a landscaping company. I've been wondering when my boss is going to pick up the phone to call one. It would sure make our business have a better appearance. http://www.excelcommercialmaintenance.com/lan...
No follower here

Frankfort, IN

#32 Aug 12, 2016
Jessie4harrison wrote:
The exterior of my work building is a disaster. It could really use some work and clean up. I think what's really needed is a landscaping company. I've been wondering when my boss is going to pick up the phone to call one. It would sure make our business have a better appearance. http://www.excelcommercialmaintenance.com/lan...
Maybe you should get off your lazy a$$ and do it yourself instead of trolling topix with crappy equipment ads?
Tonguepuncheddir tbox

Frankfort, IN

#33 Jan 2, 2017
I mow yards

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