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4.9 out of 5 stars

Christine Montoya
Christine Montoya

5 out of 5 stars

posted 4 months ago

We are so happy with the service and work that we received from Fisk! They were professional, friendly and exceeded our expectations. They transformed our yard from dirt to a beautiful oasis! We couldn't be more pleased and can't thank them all enough. Thank you Dan, Ben and the whole team. You guys Rock!!!

Chad VanderHart
Chad VanderHart

5 out of 5 stars

posted 4 months ago

Great provider of new landscape installations and regular landscape maintenance services. Ben Fisk, Ben Notheis and Josh Day all treated me with incredible friendliness and consideration.

Rick Stevens
Rick Stevens

5 out of 5 stars

posted 11 months ago

The guys at Fisk did an excellent job for us. We had an old deck that was installed by a previous homeowner that contributed to water leaking into our basement. The crew came out, tore off the old deck, fixed the grade on the ground, re-graded our backyard, and installed a patio to help with drainage. They also installed underground drainage for the rainwater from our gutters as well. The work was tested quickly by several summer storms. Absolutely no water in the basement at all as everything drained away from the house. To top it all off, they also changed out my railroad timber retaining wall for a much better looking tiered moss rock wall. Can't say enough about the work these guys do. Great job!

Monthly Archives: October 2017

Fire Mitigation Assessment

In our second blog, we talked about how to create a defensible space for your home. Now, we are going to step back and take a look at what fire mitigation looks like from a yearly perspective, since it is not enough to simply do a one-time cleanup. We will determine what initial projects need to […]

By |October 13th, 2017|Uncategorized|0 Comments

Creating Defensible Space

Fire mitigation is all about creating a defensible space for your home. Reducing the amount of materials stored around your house as well as how and where you store them can significantly decrease your risk of fire getting to your house. Seemingly small actions, such as moving your firewood 30’ away from your home instead […]

By |October 6th, 2017|Uncategorized|0 Comments