Some people want it done others want the finest...
When this client from Mississauga Ontario contacted Aarons Finest Landscaping, they had a dead lawn from lack of water and fertilizer. We had our irrigation company come in and install a sprinkler system at an affordable price. We then showed up and removed all the old grass, rototilled the existing soil with new top soil and then planted fresh new sod. After the new sod was planted, we then rolled the entire area with a sod roller to ensure proper root to soil contact. Now with the new lawn being properly watered with in ground sprinklers and being fertilized by our professional team, the client will have a beautiful and well maintained lawn for years to come.
This is a picture of a project we are currently working on in Oakville Ontario. Our clients required some privacy along they’re back fence. We thought 40 250cm Emerald Cedars would do the trick. We installed the trees with a drip line/soaker hose so there would be no watering issues. With a slow release of water to the roots of these large coniferous trees, we are confident that the trees will thrive for years to come.
The above picture, is a section of backyard where Aaron’s Finest Landscaping was called in to hedge trim and prune all the trees and Mature Cedar hedges on this Burlington property. The homeowners had a very large and well known tree service maintain the trees and hedges in the past and were not happy with the service and quality of pruning being done. So they reached out to a few friends, and one of they’re family members referred us to come in and assess the job. We came in and quickly took over and re shaped, pruned and trimmed up all the trees and hedges on the property in a professional manor and at an affordable price. The homeowners, who had lived on the property for over 60 years, were so happy with the outcome. They said the property had never received such a good pruning job. They will now hire us to come in on a yearly basis to take care of they’re pruning needs.
This is a project we just finished in downtown Oakville. We extended the step, did a Techo Bloc overlay over the existing porch and walkway, added a Techo Bloc Pietra edging around the garden bed and installed a railing leading to the front door. We then installed a few plants and a bit of mulch and Aaron’s Finest Landscaping was able to quickly turn this dated landscape into something more modern and inviting.
The retired couple who recently bought this bungalow in Burlington, was informed by the home inspector that the patio was sloped toward the house and they would need it lifted out and relayed. We were hired to take care of their lawn care needs on a weekly basis and after visiting our website they quickly learned that we can provide far more services to them then weekly landscape maintenance. So Aaron’s Finest Landscaping provided a quotation and a solution to the problem and we quickly slotted them in to have the work done. They were very happy with the outcome, and are no longer worried about a possible leak in the basement.
Our client in South Burlington, wanted to update the her front lawn with a pleasing display. The grass was not doing well and she wanted something other than new sod. Having grass was a little more maintenance then she bargained for. With a love for trees, she wanted to install something she could watch grow over the years with less maintenance.
Aaron’s Finest Landscaping planted some Spruce trees, and with a few armourstones to gave her something she can enjoy for years to come, with far less maintenance.
This is a job we did last summer. The homeowners bought the house they have been looking for, but were not prepared to provide the large amount of work involved to maintain the current landscape design. So Aaron’s Finest Landscaping was called to remove the existing gardens, plants, trees and regrade the area to prepare it for sodding. We then planted our sod, rolled the lawn, and the homeowners can now enjoy the weekends on the deck enjoying a glass of wine instead of kneeling down in the garden picking weeds and pruning all weekend. Some people enjoy maintaining garden beds, some enjoy having them maintained, some, would just rather cut the grass and relax.
This is a Honey Locust tree that a client wanted moved from one spot in her backyard to another, where it could grow without being deformed due to the other mature trees in the area. When transplanting, it is important to keep a large root ball around the tree’s roots. Adding a mixture of fertilizer and triple mix soil around the root ball is always beneficial. After planting the tree in it’s new spot, be sure to add t-bar stakes to secure the tree from the wind and keep it growing straight. After 1-2 years the stakes can be removed.