Ever wonder what you're neighbours are doing to improve their homes? Discover what other Winnipeg homeowners have planned for their Landscaping projects by reading the details of their request for quotes below.
In total, TrustedPros has received 39 Landscaping projects posted by homeowners in Winnipeg seeking the services of local Landscaping Companies. Total estimated value of these projects is $430,000.00 with a per project average of $11,025.00.
I have two projects in mind. First is a walkway infront of my house, wrapping around to the side door. This would eliminate the flower bed under the bow window.
Second project is to remove all gardens and look at options to get rid of the weeds in the grass and to ensure appropriate grading of the land so water doesnt pool at the base of the house.
Please give separate quotes if possible.
I had a garage built last year and require some landscaping around the garage to have the group slop away from the garage. Also along the side of the drive way needs to have the dirt turned and maybe removed to place some nice rock in this area. I chose budget to be 100-500 however can go up slighty but not too much more.
New landscaping needed in new development area. Sod for front and back yards plus riverstone for sides of house and along walkway. Was graded last August, not sure if that needs to be done again. Lots of weeds to get rid of as well.
Approx measurements are 55ft x 65ft and 20ft x 97ft for sod and 13ft x 87ft for rock
Project one: Front yard (trimming existing trees (x4). Build 2 x retaining walls along front of house (26 feet x 2) Design and plant low maintenance small shrubberies and flowering plants in retained areas.
Project 2: Backyard area: 100' x 50'. Have 2-3 ft. stumps to be ground out from dirty ugly Elm tree removal in November 2016. Yard needs levelling. Have concrete pad off back door (36 x 36) 10 x 10 foot Shed removed or moved. Open to ideas and suggestions. Would like some smaller decorative trees (spruce, juniper, apple...whatever) to replace big ugly elms (did I mention dirty?) Grass desperately needs help after many renovations. Two large dogs have dug a few ugly holes and eaten most shrubbery. (dogs no longer chewing but damage is done). This is a wide open yard area open to ideas and suggestion but must be budgeted with Project 1.
Project 3. Need fencing in back yard along school property line. Now has old broken chain link. 55 ft. approx. across back of property line. 26 feet to side of house and a gateway, and a second gateway along west wall approximately 10 feet across.
I'm looking to receive some estimates on landscaping of a small back yard and front yard on a corner lot. I would like to have the back yard and front yard lanscaped and perhaps put new sod down. I recently had the garage torn down in my yard and I would like to have it turned into a gravel parking pad.
Small residential property (3400 square feet); back and side yard requires landscaping. The yard is currently covered with pea gravel and paving stones and I would like to have grass instead. Also, the current unistone driveway requires relaying or replacing with concrete or ashphalt. I would like on-site estimates on one or both of these jobs. Please email to arrange a date.
Looking for creative landscaper to redesign and build a corner of our backyard. Require an outdoor structure that has access to the sunroom of our house to allow our felines to come and go as they please. Outside area would also be finished with some flagsstone pavers and greenery. If you have any experience with cat enclosures or are up for an interesting challenge please provide details. This project is required as soon as possible.
I would like a 10' by 12' patio installed in my back yard. The area is currently covered in pea gravel and soil mix. I will need the area dug down/ leveled off/ sand, gravel and fabric laid down. This is to be a utilitarian patio, so 2'x2' pavers will do. The area is not exactly square, as the concrete step at the back door bites into the space. There is also a bit of a problem for drainage, as all aspects of the yard are at different levels. Currently the garage and existing patio (adjacent to where I want the new area put in) are the lowest levels of the yard. The pea gravel/soil area is a little higher, and on a bit of a slope (approx. 10%)
We have an issue with a low lying at the side of our house that is lower than both back yard and front yard. How can we get water to move away from this area? We have been advised to talk with a landcape architect who can assess the overall situation and provide us with information and the solution(s).
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