Ever wonder what you're neighbours are doing to improve their homes? Discover what other Oakville homeowners have planned for their Landscaping projects by reading the details of their request for quotes below.
In total, TrustedPros has received 29 Landscaping projects posted by homeowners in Oakville seeking the services of local Landscaping Companies. Total estimated value of these projects is $409,000.00 with a per project average of $14,103.00.
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A series of multi-level elevated decks needs to be removed, keeping upper most level. You can quote on individual pieces if you would like. Things that need to be done:
-close off top level deck railing - 15linear ft. (prehaps reusing railing from deck levels to be removed)
-demolition of lower level desk and removal, about 900 sqft.
-removal of hot tub and perhaps underlying concrete slab.
-removal of 2x2 patio slabs (about 50-60 of them)
-removal of pea gravel path and under deck
-removal of stump.
-clean up grade and resod the lawn
-possible installation of small interlock patio and/or path - still deciding on this.
Would like to start asap.
We have several projects we want to do as follows:
- Masterbedroom/ Washroom renovation: combine the current Master bedroom with the adjacent bedroom, change floor from carpet to hardwood, expand current window to either larger bay window or small deck with frenchdoor, expand current mainfloor washroom with larger shower room and make connection to the master bedroom
- Driveway, Hardscaping, Exterior: change current asphalt driveway to driveway with interlock, update steps to the main door, replace aluminium sidings
we are in a home about 5-6 years old in fairly new subdivision; people behind who have sinced move put in pool and raised their grading a bit but their street was already higher than ours; we also put in a pool same time...too much water comes in around the pool which our sump pump can't always keep up with so it's getting under the pool liner...we have fixed some of the problem by digging up the back ourselves and putting in weeping tile and then a bit of gravel and soil; we believe we need to re-do this with a professional and put in new weeping tile and gravel etc and then just river rock and not soil...and take weeping tile towards front of house on both sides; any other solution we would also like to hear...is anyone good at grading issues?
Looking for professional, qualified and insured contractor to install driveway pavers.
Purpose is to extend existing driveway including entrance to home ( stairs).
Area . The driveway grading will require proper drainage, and maybe a retaining wall.
The current area has been removed of grass, however soil removal is required. Some Screening will be provided by the homeowner.
House is 3 years old, new construction.
Will need advise for type of pavers to use, colour.
Will require job to be completed as soon as the weather permits.
This is a serious request.
I would like to replace grass in my back yard with stone or pavers placed few inches apart so that I could add something green in between (moss, thyme, clover?). I have not decided what kind of stone or paver but thinking of something large, flat, not necessarily flagstone as I know they are expensive but would like to compare the cost of it. I would welcome suggestions for the look I am after. My yard is currently grass (no weeds) 250 sq feet. Access through the garage only.
Small Backyard, back of free-hold town home, Upper Oakville, also goes by name of Morrison Village @ 6Th line across from River Oaks Rec. Centre.
Required landscaping design and planting.
Wild guess 20' x 20'
Backyard entrance only available through existing backyard /laneway/ personal 2 car garage. Possibly through neighbours property, upon consultation, ( no garage )
This backyard is mostly a " courtyard"
Property is appr. 15 years old. Have personally removed most of previous perennials and trees. Current existing backyard mostly covered with " credit valley stone " slabs.
I have one project that needs special attention before I even start.
My yard backs onto greenspace that is owned by the city, they have put a burm up a while ago and ever since we have had drainage issues with the spring thaw. All the water comes into our yard and causes the bedding to wash away, over the course of a few years, I now have a fence issue that needs repair due to the water I am sure. I have no problem paying to fix the fence, but in time it will just become the same issue.
I have talked to the city and they say it is my problem, but it is not my property? How do I fix my problem that is not on my property without getting fines or permits to do so?
Can you suggest a course of action for me, perhaps someone (contractor) can come out to look at the problem and advise a solution or the right course to have it fixed?
Thanks for your help.
Our lot is around 60 ft x 170 ft and has a lot of mature trees. We would like to create a space where our children can run around.
We are looking for fix up our front patio.
We have a Oak Tree, Spruce Tree, Fir Tree and a red maple in the front yard.
We have an ash tree (that we will need to cut), many siberian elm trees (which we want to get rid of), grape vines, and many saplings and seedlings around the yard.
I put together a list of things I need done. Looking for someone to come by, take a look and provide a quote.
1. Backyard lift/relay brick approx. 340sqft. Sloped away from house
2. Eliminate/dispose pine tree and cedar trees at side of house
3. Pipe backyard downspout approx. 30’ along fence line to drain
4. Build a new fence- 6’high 18’ length. 4 posts. PT. Remove existing.
5. Build new single gate door with iron deco see through. Hinges/hardware. Arch included
6. Remove all river rock/ grass around shed area. Prep/Sod area. (Kentucky Blue)
7. Extend interlock in back yard to fence/retaining wall. Approx. 40-50sqft. “Villa Grey Mix”
We are planning to redo our backyard.Our yard is 50X30 ft and currently has an old deck a large tool shed and large maple tree The yard does not drain properly and some water accumulates in the middle. We need to relocate the tool shed to the left corner of the backyard. As for the old deck, we need to take it out. I am open to have interlocking or deck in its place.
Shed has been pre-bought and will be delivered after site has been prepared.
A GRAVEL / STONE DUST BED: a layer of A gravel (made from crushed stone and sand) / stone
dust (limestone) is best. STEP
Clear site area
Strip away 3€ to 4€ of sod and top soil
Lay porous landscape fabric (weed control)
Frame out site with 4"x4" landscape beams/ties
Spread, level and compact A gravel / stone dust within framed out area
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