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Who doesn't love a beautiful crape myrtle in their yard? With all of their versatility and heartiness, they're the perfect addition to most southern landscapes! Our latest blog looks at why they're so great and how you can train yours to look like a tree. http://bit.ly/ZdSUKo
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I the midst of a $30k back deck renovation. Paid the deposit of $15k three months ago, and still no where near being complete. Job site each night is left unsecured with 4' drop offs and nails protruding upwards...which is extremely concerning considering we have two children under 4 yr, 1 dog and 2 cats. Very unhappy with timeliness, workmanship and communication. I would advise anyone else to look elsewhere for another contractor.
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During our summer water restrictions is always good to look for more efficient ways to keep our landscapes green. That's where drip irrigation comes in. Not familiar with the term? Check out our latest blog to see how drip irrigation can save you tons on your water bill. http://bit.ly/ZdSUKo
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After installing some shade trees, it's time to start thinking about some plants that do well in the shade. Check out our latest blog to get some ideas for your new shade garden. http://bit.ly/ZdSUKo
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Outdoor kitchens are a great way to extend the form and function of your home. And, considering it's grill season, now is the perfect time to have your all-in-one grilling experience! Check out our latest blog for some outdoor living ideas: http://bit.ly/ZdSUKo
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July is Smart Irrigation Month! Help us celebrate by checking your irrigation systems and making sure everything is up to date. Our latest blog focuses on exactly what Smart Irrigation Month means. http://bit.ly/ZdSUKo
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Organic gardening doesn't just mean avoiding pesticides and incorporating compost. It also means monitoring the biodiversity of your garden. The main thing to remember: Not all bugs are bad! Check out our latest blog to see exactly which bugs you want to promote in your #organic #garden.
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A root fungus and its host plant, can they really be BFFs? Yes! Mycorrhiza is incredibly beneficial to your plants and should be strongly encouraged in your garden! Want to know why? Take a peek at our latest blog: http://bit.ly/ZdSUKo
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So what exactly should you be doing with your lawn during this hot hot month? Check out our latest blog for some landscaping dips aimed directly at the month of July. http://bit.ly/ZdSUKo
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Feeling the heat this summer in more ways than one? Shade trees can help bring down both your electricity bill as well as your temperature! Our latest blog looks at exactly where to plant your shade trees to get the most savings. http://bit.ly/ZdSUKo
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Just because it's hot outside doesn't mean you have to stay indoors! With some perfectly placed pavilions and patio covers, and some other cooling tricks, you can enjoy your outdoor living even in the hottest months! http://bit.ly/ZdSUKo
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Toads, garter snakes and geckos are nature's pesticides. And they're all more than willing to move into your garden, so long as you invite them! Check out our latest blog to see how you can get an extra line of defense in your #organic #garden .
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How does bat guano help your garden specifically? And what about seaweed, or just plain old manure? Our latest blog looks at how certain organic soil amendments specifically help your plants. 

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Complete Landsculpture provides your Complete Outdoor Experience with state-of-the-art landscape design. Serving Dallas/Ft. Worth & Oklahoma.
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Dallas, TX
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Landscaper, Landscape Architect
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Complete Landsculpture is an award winning, full-service landscape architect firm founded in 1985. We offer residential and commercial landscape and outdoor living solutions and services in the Dallas and Oklahoma City areas.

We pride ourselves on professional, dependable and exceptional services and expertise. From landscape design and installation to maintenance and management, we are ready to improve the appearance and value of your property.

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"If you are doing something in your backyard these guys are the ones to call!"
"Their quality used to match their high prices."
"...did a wonderful job on my landscaping and sprinkler system!"
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Elaine Irwin
9 months ago
Complete Landsculpture did a wonderful job on my landscaping and sprinkler system! Matt is efficient at coordinating everything to make sure the job is done perfectly. I highly recommend Compete Landsculpture!
Megan Polito
a year ago
Thank you to Matt Myers and his crews for doing such a GREAT job on our landscaping! Our front and backyards look better than my husband and I could have imagined. You kept us informed through the whole process and it was completed a lot quicker than I would have thought. Now we are just ready for the good weather so we can have our friends and family over to enjoy our new updates!
Holly Davis
a year ago
Did such a great job transforming our yard in Dallas, we're using them again at our place in Austin. Especially pleased with their full-service pool, hardscape, and landscape installation --- single vendor service eliminated having to manage multiple vendors. If there was a problem, I only had to make one call --- no finger pointing blaming it on the other guy.
Mandicino W
3 years ago
I chose Complete Landsculpture to landscape a commercial property and install a drainage system. Despite the fact that their bid was higher than the rest, I liked their ideas and hired them. The plants ended up looking nice, but they did not plant quite a bit of what they charged me for. They had to come out a second time to complete the job. The second part of their contract with us was to install a drainage system. They did a horrible job, as the system failed from day one. After several months of "living with it", I called to complain. They sent a gentleman out 3 days after he promised to be there. He said the failure was our fault because leaves were clogging the drain. I tried to explain that it never worked from the very first rain, but my concerns fell on deaf ears. He cleaned the leaves out and told me that I would most likely have to clean this drain out weekly! I was very dissatisfied with the "its not my problem" attitude I received after paying them a very significant amount of money to have this drain installed. 1 week later, I received an invoice for the cleaning! Less than 5 months after the drain was installed! At my expense, I hired a degreed, licensed engineer come out to our property and explain why the system failed. He explained that the piping and materials used were inadequate, and would never work for that area. Now I have to have the entire system removed and redone at my additional expense. I spoke to Complete's accounting department weeks ago and explained my frustration, and I was told she would look into it and call me back. I have not heard a peep from their office, but I keep getting invoices for the mock cleaning. I would NOT recommend them for any service above planting flowers, as they are not qualified and offer no support.
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Rony Daniel
a year ago
I've worked with many different contractors in the past before and Complete Landsculpture just knows how to bring it. They were recommended to me by a good friend so I decided to give them a shot. I needed to build a deck and really wanted something nice. They send one of their design/engineers over to give me a detailed line by line estimate on what it would take to build it. I knew in the first 5 minutes that these guys know what they were doing. No shortcuts were taken and their crew was very professional. If you are doing something in your backyard these guys are the ones to call!
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Robert Grunnah SR
a year ago
Worst experience I have had with landscapers. They over promise, over charge, don't follow up, don't correct mistakes, and simply are over hyped for poor, poor service. I was promised corrective action months ago and still have heard nothing. Get another bid and be careful. See write up on Angie's List.
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David Brown
2 years ago
These guys lost their best employee, Mike Freeman, who moved to Oklahoma last year. Their quality used to match their high prices. Not anymore. They came out last fall to replace the annual plants. It took 4 trips to get everything right including two trips to repair the landscape lighting. Charged me for 15 hours of tree trimming I didn't authorize let alone get anywhere near 15 hours worth of work. Finally got a supervisor to come visit since sales guy wouldn't return my calls. He promised to remove two trees for free to make it up to us. Guess what? Never heard from him since. I am leaving daily messages on his office and work phones now. Pity when a good company turns to crap. March 2013 UPDATE: Matter was finally raised to the owner, Gene Freeman, at Complete Landsculputure. He telephoned me personally, apologized profusely and asked what could be done to correct the matter. He arranged for his crew to come remove the trees as previously committed. They showed up on time, cut down the tree and stacked the cut wood in fireplace lengths in our firewood rack. The yard was spotless afterwards and the stump was cut down to 1/4" above the ground! Gene followed up afterwards and assured me they were making improvements in his customer facing team members. You can't ask for more than that.
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Response from the owner - 2 years ago
Thank you for your update and for all of your cooperation in resolving this problem! Again, we are deeply sorry that this issue came to pass. It is extremely important to us that you and all of our clients are taken care of each and every time we do business. Throughout our 28 years in the industry, we have worked hard to produce great projects for our clients while offering extraordinary customer service and value. We look forward to working together in the future so we might prove our commitment to this philosophy. Sincerely, Gene and Chris, Owners and the Complete Landsculpture Team
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4 years ago
Very disappointed in the customer service received from Complete Landsculpture; the design consultant initially indicated that she was flexible on the design plans and then kept showing us the same thing over and over and over; the design consultant was very unresponsive to requests for updates and additional information; the initial design fee is unusually high, and you must pay the fee even after your design consultant refuses to show any flexibility in the design. What a waste of our time and money!
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Response from the owner - 2 years ago
We regret that your experience with Complete Landsculpture was not a positive one. It appears as your circumstances with our consultant services was a deviation from our 100% client satisfaction standard. We would like to hear from you directly so that we can better understand the specifics of your experience and correct the past outcome for you and for our future clients as well. Our work with clients is completely transparent, flexible and relies on consistent communication so please contact us directly at 214-358-5296 to discuss your concerns with our management. We look forward to hearing from you and the opportunity to resolve this matter.