We have the experience and skills necessary to tackle just about every type of job that comes our way. With Landscaping by Angel, LLC, clients know exactly what to expect - professionalism, efficiency and exceptional results.
Landscaping by Angel, LLC is committed to getting the job done, especially when it comes to this service. You can count on us to be professional, timely, efficient and make sure you’re satisfied every step of the way.
We are a locally owned company providing quality fence, and landscape services to both commercial and residential customers.There are many different types of fence to choose the one of your preference.
Sprinkler System Installation
You will have peace of mind knowing that our experienced staff can design, build and maintain your entire landscape. Landscaping by Angel, LLC can make your yard the envy of the neighborhood with dense, green grass and lush, healthy plants. Hire us for this service and learn how we cater to the needs of each client, ensuring the results you need and deserve.
You can lay sod anytime during the growing season, although spring and early autumn are best, cool temperatures combined with occasional rain help sod quickly root. Plan your project and LANDSCAPING BY ANGEL is here to help you.
Decorative Rock and Cobble Installation
When looking to improve your landscape the first thing you might be inclined to add is plants or mulch. However, you might find it surprising that rock and gravel can add color and texture to your design, resulting in a year-round good-looking and functional hardscapes. Best of all, rock and gravel are pretty low maintenance!
The purpose is to create a smooth landscape free of variations in elevation. This provides a level base for laying a foundation, planting cover crops, and other uses. A secondary purpose of grading services is to slope the land away from the construction site and provide adequate drainage.
Normally, mid- to late spring is the best time to put down mulch. Seedlings can work their way through a thin layer of mulch, but too deep a layer could be impenetrable. Let your plants get off to a good start first.