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Thread: Landscaper Wanted

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    Default Landscaper Wanted

    Just wondering if someone can reccommend a good landscaper for power raking, aerating and edging? Too many to choose from in the yellowpages!

    Thanks!

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    Instead of creating a new thread, I figured to bump this one up. Anybody have a line of a good landscaper?

    Looking for someone to put some plastic sheeting down beneath my deck (might have 4' of clearance) and then cover with gravel/stones/rocks. I heard this helps reduce the number of bugs and stuff.

    Thoughts? Suggestions? Advice?

    edit: I suppose this is easy enough, but I'm deathly allergic to spiders so I don't want to find out what's lurking underneath my deck -I have an orb spider problem already and I know those are harmless, but I don't care to find out what else is underneath my deck.
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    http://www.allstarlandscaping.ca/

    These guys are great

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    I'd consider losing the drainage under your deck to be bad... Maybe?

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    I'm not sure? How would I lose drainage under my deck if I laid a plastic sheet and rocks down underneath? The weeping tiles are still there and, if anything, the sheeting would force the a good bit of water further down away from the house making it a city draining problem.

    Je ne sais pas.
    5G 4Runner / 4G 4Runner (2UZFE) / 2007 CBR600RR (race bike)

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    Quote Originally Posted by the_fornicator View Post
    I'm not sure? How would I lose drainage under my deck if I laid a plastic sheet and rocks down underneath? The weeping tiles are still there and, if anything, the sheeting would force the a good bit of water further down away from the house making it a city draining problem.

    Je ne sais pas.
    I was picturing surface water running down the grade being partially absorbed as it goes and then running into the plastic beneath your deck where ZERO will be absorbed in its way to... Your foundation.
    Still... Maybe no big deal?

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