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  • 3 years in business
  • 24 hires on Thumbtack
Carla C.
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I had about 60’-70’really dead tree right next my house. I watched them work and was fascinated by the amount of work, the sheer strength of the workers and the knowledge of Mike to this type of dangerous work. Kudos!

Rockinlandscape
4.6
from 14 reviews
  • 10 years in business
  • 22 hires on Thumbtack
Lauren U.
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Andre did a great job leveling and grading and also did the sod installation. He was always very professional in communication and price was very fair. He even did some additional work of adding borders around some gardens I had for next to nothing. I highly recommend him for your project.

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Cosmic Landscapes of Texas
5.0
from 11 reviews
  • 3 years in business
  • 11 hires on Thumbtack
  • Top Pro on Thumbtack
Brian V.
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We had a disastrous water runoff problem in a new development in College Station that was over-built too fast, with the builder not conforming to what the city required. Our yard was a running river with a stagnant lake much of the year. Jeremy and team planned and modified constantly to improve the runoff, eventually using a tiered system of raised beds and several drains, as well as a bog garden where the water would flow to. He continues to offer modifications and it is constantly improving the landscape. If only our neighbors would let him tie in a full drain system we would have it licked! Highly recommended. He and Abba are easy to deal with and very responsive. Their maintenance is affordable and a great relief to me living only part time in Texas.

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How much does it cost to have landscaping done?

Professional landscaping can help reinvent your outdoor space, boost your curb appeal and get a major return on investment with. Landscaping can encompass anything from adding new plants, trees and shrubs, to leveling the ground and laying sod for a lawn, to building in hardscaping such as sidewalks, water features or retaining walls. The national average landscaping price is $10,160. Landscaping prices can be far lower (with hourly rates ranging from $50 to $150) if you’re only seeking professional help with softscaping or seeking consultation on landscape design. Softscaping means adding or changing horticultural elements, such as planting a garden or adding a hedge. Hardscaping is where costs can really start to rise. Hardscaping requires labor and heavy equipment to excavate the earth; you may need to pour concrete, or you may need a pro who can transport and place gravel and other inorganic elements. Your total landscaping cost will vary based on the amount of work you want done, how much labor is required, and the cost of the materials you are using. A good rule of thumb for a major landscaping project, according to the American Society of Landscape Architects, is to budget 5 percent to 10 percent of the value of your home.

How much does it cost to landscape your front yard?

Prices for landscaping your front yard can range from a few hundred dollars to tens of thousands of dollars, depending on the scale of your front yard project. Your landscaping price will reflect how much change you implement, how much labor is required, and the cost of materials.

Landscaping is typically made up of softscaping and hardscaping. Softscaping refers to selecting trees, bushes, flowers and plants to achieve a desired aesthetic and to meet goals such as having a drought-tolerant yard. Hardscaping refers to moving earth, installing structures, and putting in decorative stonework, sidewalks or lighting. For softscaping, you may want to hire a landscape designer to consult on your plants and layout, and then do the digging and planting yourself or hire a gardner to handle the heavy lifting. A landscape designer’s hourly rate may range from $50 to $150 or more. If you want a turnkey approach, meaning someone who works with you to create the vision and then executes all the work, landscaping pricing will typically come down to a cost per square foot rather than an hourly rate. It’s a solid investment: Great landscaping can add up to 28 percent value to your home.

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