Rototiller Guy - Landscaper in North Hollywood

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  • 11699 Magnolia Blvd

    North Hollywood, CA 91601

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  • 818-748-9221

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This was the most professional project that I have ever had done. It was much more than I had expected, completed in a day, at the end of the day I was left with a beautiful water garden, landscaped with beautiful plants, lights and the best Class A equipment by Aquascape. When the crew left all I had to do was enjoy along with my fish you new pond, and did we. I would give this a 10+. I hope some day to add a larger pond and Prestige would be my only installer I would call.

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This was the most professional project that I have ever had done. It was much more than I had expected, completed in a day, at the end of the day I was left with a beautiful water garden, landscaped with beautiful plants, lights and the best Class A equipment by Aquascape. When the crew left all I had to do was enjoy along with my fish you new pond, and did we. I would give this a 10+. I hope some day to add a larger pond and Prestige would be my only installer I would call.

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I bought a major fixer upper a few years ago, and I put off doing the yard for the last 3 years... Each spring/summer, weeds would grow about 3' high, and I'd just ask a gardener to harvest them with his weedwacker. This never took care of the root of the problem (pun intended).

This year, I vowed to get the yard in shape since my pups were dragging in foxtails, burrs, prickly weed leaves, and even a dead rat. I went thru Mike's website and had a pretty good idea of how much it was going to be -- liked that. I also liked that his website had a step by step guide on what he would be doing, so I knew what to watch for since I've dealt with plenty o' shady contractors who do shoddy work.

I didn't have too big of a yard, so the work took 2 days. Half of the yard was just digging up the dry dirt/roots (back-breaking work, I know) and rototillering it to level it out. I plan to cover this area with bark to save on water. The rest of the yard got the same treatment + compost + sprinklers + sod. My, oh, my... I wish I'd done this 3 years ago. I am soooo happy to see green grass (I know, not very environmentally friendly, but my dogs loooove rolling on grass (and compost, I learned)). Also so happy not to see dead weeds in the rest of the area.

My property also has a hillside area that is slowly eroding. On the top/side of it, there was a 50-60' palm tree that was tilting towards the street. Mike and I were just chatting about it, and I came to realize there might be a big issue if it were to fall (another tree fell 2 years ago). I kinda pushed it outta my mind for the moment, but Mike kept thinking about it, b/c on the 2nd day, he offered to cut it down with his chainsaw... this was VERY tricky, b/c I have a block wall with posts at the bottom of the hillside. Mike basically had to angle the cuts so that the tree would fall within a 6 foot area. It was a big risk, but I took it since I didn't want that tree falling on a cat or paying hundreds of dollars to get it done by a guy in a truck/ladder/machine thing. Anyway, Mike saved the day by chopping that ugly sucker down without damaging the posts!!! Talk about accuracy! $360 to cut down a large palm tree on a precarious hill. I don't know how much tree removal services are, but that seemed like a fair price.

All in all, I wish I'd done this sooner. I woulda saved hours on picking foxtails, burrs, and prickly weed leaves from my dogs' fur.

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I bought a major fixer upper a few years ago, and I put off doing the yard for the last 3 years... Each spring/summer, weeds would grow about 3' high, and I'd just ask a gardener to harvest them with his weedwacker. This never took care of the root of the problem (pun intended).

This year, I vowed to get the yard in shape since my pups were dragging in foxtails, burrs, prickly weed leaves, and even a dead rat. I went thru Mike's website and had a pretty good idea of how much it was going to be -- liked that. I also liked that his website had a step by step guide on what he would be doing, so I knew what to watch for since I've dealt with plenty o' shady contractors who do shoddy work.

I didn't have too big of a yard, so the work took 2 days. Half of the yard was just digging up the dry dirt/roots (back-breaking work, I know) and rototillering it to level it out. I plan to cover this area with bark to save on water. The rest of the yard got the same treatment + compost + sprinklers + sod. My, oh, my... I wish I'd done this 3 years ago. I am soooo happy to see green grass (I know, not very environmentally friendly, but my dogs loooove rolling on grass (and compost, I learned)). Also so happy not to see dead weeds in the rest of the area.

My property also has a hillside area that is slowly eroding. On the top/side of it, there was a 50-60' palm tree that was tilting towards the street. Mike and I were just chatting about it, and I came to realize there might be a big issue if it were to fall (another tree fell 2 years ago). I kinda pushed it outta my mind for the moment, but Mike kept thinking about it, b/c on the 2nd day, he offered to cut it down with his chainsaw... this was VERY tricky, b/c I have a block wall with posts at the bottom of the hillside. Mike basically had to angle the cuts so that the tree would fall within a 6 foot area. It was a big risk, but I took it since I didn't want that tree falling on a cat or paying hundreds of dollars to get it done by a guy in a truck/ladder/machine thing. Anyway, Mike saved the day by chopping that ugly sucker down without damaging the posts!!! Talk about accuracy! $360 to cut down a large palm tree on a precarious hill. I don't know how much tree removal services are, but that seemed like a fair price.

All in all, I wish I'd done this sooner. I woulda saved hours on picking foxtails, burrs, and prickly weed leaves from my dogs' fur.

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I like dealing with the owner of the company
who is interested in keeping a reputable
business.

You are amazing.Never seen a person who works with such a passion.
Always meet me with smile.

Really impressed by your good work.

Thanks for the great service! Helped me a lot .. Thank you!

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★★★★★

I like dealing with the owner of the company
who is interested in keeping a reputable
business.

You are amazing.Never seen a person who works with such a passion.
Always meet me with smile.

Really impressed by your good work.

Thanks for the great service! Helped me a lot .. Thank you!

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