Many people believe that the true test of a company's mettle is what other people say about it. We agree, and therefore provide this unique mix of testimonials from clients who have used our services. At JJLS, Ltd., we look forward to having the opportunity to serve you!

Planning, designing, and implementing a landscape project that will provide function, utility, and beauty for many years is what we do, and have done for nearly twenty years. We have the skill set, knowledge, and company capabilities to get done what we say we can, on time and within budget parameters.

We can also provide in house solutions to many things that arise during the construction phase of a project; we don’t need to call in another company to make changes to an existing lighting or sprinkler system, change or repair drainage systems, install or repair concrete areas, and many other items that fall within the scope of a larger project.

What should your landscape contractor know? If you are considering a lawn sprinkler system for example, ask companies that you are considering installing one a few simple questions like:

  • What type of different grasses are in my turf?
  • How often should I fertilize?
  • How much water does my lawn need based on the soil conditions?
  • What are its growth patterns?
  • What diseases and insects may it be susceptible to?
  • What plants in my landscape may be affected by too much water?

Maybe you are considering a landscape lighting system. Ask perspective companies a few of these questions:

  • What are the names of the plants you are looking at lighting in my landscape?
  • What are their growth rates? How will the lighting look 5 years from now?
  • What will the plants look like in the winter? Will some/all of them lose their foliage?
We suggest you ask lots of questions, about many areas of your landscape to gauge your contractor’s level of knowledge regarding aspects of your property. And if you are considering a contractor that ‘specializes’ in one area or service, we think they should also have a fair amount of knowledge in areas outside their scope of work.