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Hughes Landscaping

16111 Morrow Rd
Poolesville, MD 20837 301-330-4949

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Hughes did all the work agreed to and more. The mulch beds were carefully... - Nov 10, 2020

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Fine Earth Landscape

16815 Budd Rd
Poolesville, MD 20837 703-893-3040

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They did excellent work, completed on time, in full, with no issues. The job... - May 13, 2020

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Fine Earth Landscape Co

16815 Budd Rd
Poolesville, MD 20837 301-972-8810

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A bit pricey but well worth it. - Oct 29, 2020

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D & A Dunlevy Landscapers

16101 Morrow Rd
Poolesville, MD 20837 301-977-7593

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Great experience with them doing stonework, plantings and landscape work. Only... - May 24, 2020

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Lee's Tree Service

16105 Morrow Rd
Poolesville, MD 20837 301-208-8235

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The company has always had a good response time and gives free estimates. ... - Dec 21, 2019

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Gaithersburg Hardscape Services

16104 Morrow Rd
Poolesville, MD 20837 301-748-1702

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Kuhlman Lawn Service

PO Box 258
Poolesville, MD 20837 301-140-0202

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The proposals Checkbook's undercover shoppers get from lawn care services rarely agree on identification of weed species, presence of disease, need to correct soil acidity, and recommendations on core aeration.

Lawn care services work with different products and techniques, but the results they promise are similar. Companies usually offer customers a selection of “packages” that include specified treatment plans to take place over the course of a year.