Woody's Custom Landscaping, Inc.
Woody's Custom Landscaping, Inc.

Woody's Custom Landscaping, Inc.

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Introduction: We have mostly nationally certified employees including ICPI for paver installation, NCMA for retaining walls and landscape industry certifed employees by PLANET I love interacting with people, outside physical labor and the artistry of landscaping.That is why I decided to become a landscape contractor over 30 years ago.
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8 employees

34 years in business

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Jamesorwoody W.
Nov 12, 2012
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Scott A.
Mar 11, 2011
Woody’s custom Landscape is a quality landscaping company that is devoted to its customers. What a great company
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George H.
Oct 19, 2013
George's Review Battle Ground, WA 09/10/2013 We Love Our Pond Woody and his crew came to our place and rebuilt our pond. We chose Woody to do the work because he was enthusiastic about the project. He told us what he could do and gave us a lot of ideas to work with. He took our input and delivered. We love our pond and the waterfalls that pour into it. My wife and I go out each evening and feed the goldfish we put into it. We have some wild frogs that are making it their home. Thanks, Woody, for a job well done.

FAQs

  • What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?

    I have been able to have most of my employees get certified nationally in the following organizations which are nationally recognized.ICPI, NCMA. We regularly attend seminars for continuing advancement in many aspects of landscaping and hardscapes

  • How did you get started doing this type of work?

    I was studying Geology in college and decided to take a Soils and Fertilizer class which is horticulture. After taking that class I realized that I loved what landscaping is all about.

  • What questions should customers think through before talking to professionals about their project?

    I believe that landscaping is really a Jack of all Trades type of profession. Where else do you implement plumbing, carpentry, masonry, horticulture, electrical, and construction practices, not to mention the business aspect of the trade.

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