Sedona Landscape Designer
We had a difficult situation in our backyard. We needed to create some privacy and protection from the golf course. John designed a solution . . . adding serpentine planters along the retaining wall. We're looking forward to having the plant matter grow quickly to shield us from the fairway. It was a please to work with John and his crew. John made frequent visits to the job-site to monitor the project. We look forward to having John re-landscape our front yard in the near future.Jan 24, 2015
John and his crew are top-notch! Dependable and honest, as well as true craftsmen. They did new pavers for me in the front driveway and back patio...and it looks awesome! I highly recommend John...the best!Jan 17, 2015
About this pro
Years in business20
Number of employees6
LocationSedona, AZ 86336
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- What types of customers have you worked with?Remodeling of an existing landscape. Most of my clients are either newly relocated from another state, have a second home, are retired or building a custom home.
- Describe a recent project you are fond of. How long did it take?I recently completed a landscape renovation for the Amara Resort and Spa in Uptown Sedona that consisted of a master plan design for the exterior grounds, working with their corporate level Director of Design and Director of Construction. While we were finishing up the job, I was approached by numerous hotel guests who told me they thought it looked great as well as the staff.
- What questions should customers think through before talking to professionals about their project?That the average "landscaper" is not licensed and should be by law if they contract for work for at least $750 here in Arizona. Landscapers who specialize in yard maintenance are not required to be licensed, but will tell potential clients that they can build certain projects that they are not licensed to do. Don't allow them to break the law by being tempted to get what may seem to be a cheap solution.