We have recently completed a front yard landscaping project using "AAA Landscaping". We had no idea as to what we wanted and what would contrast well with our home, compounded by the fact that we have a large live oak tree right in the middle of this project. David Couch, owner of "AAA", came to our house looked over the situation and promptly returned with drawings, pictures of the proposed plants and scrubs and trees and a complete itemized "bid List". It was very well thought through as some plants and scrubs need to be adaptive to partial shade and others full sun. After a few minor changes we gave them the go ahead. Their crew was at our home when they said they would be and we found them to be very personable and professional. We are very happy with the finished product and feel the price charged was very fair. My wife and I can highly recommend "AAA Landscaping". - Brint W. Cutchall, Oklahoma City, OK
"I have worked with AAA Landscaping on multiple projects and every experience has been wonderful." - Hal Zimmerman / Alpha Roofing
Add Some Tranquility To Your Landscape!
With spring fast approaching, everyone will be in a mad dash to start the season off right in their landscapes. Whether it is fertilizing the turf, replacing the mulch in the beds, changing out a shrub or two, or maybe starting over from scratch, many hours will go into beautifying your outdoor spaces. Why not add some relaxation to the schedule with a water feature? Pondless waterfalls, ponds, and streams add a soothing natural escape to your home, as well as, increasing its value. Call 752-2300 and talk to a project manager who will work with you on designing your ideal water feature and give you a free estimate on installation!
Here are some economic and environmental benefits of plants and landscaping to keep in mind for the New Year.
Landscaping can add as much as 14% to the resale value of a building and speed its sale by as much as 6 weeks\
“Economic Benefits of Landscape”, Associated Landscape Contractors of America
Carefully positioned trees can reduce household energy consumption for heating and cooling by up to 25%. Computer models from the U.S. Department of Energy estimate that three properly placed trees can save an average household between $100 and $250 in heating and cooling energy costs annually.
-U.S. Department of Energy