What forms of payments do you accept?

“What payment options do I have?” We accept Visa, MasterCard, checks, and cash. Other payment options are provided when invoiced. We also accept EFT for a small additional fee, if you hate writing checks. How Am I Billed? You will be invoiced as services are rendered. Our Contract clients will be invoiced monthly All Invoices will […]

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Landscape Designers vs. Landscape Architects?

“Landscape Designers vs. Landscape Architects?” “What is the difference between a landscape designer like you and a landscape architect?” Well this is one of those questions where the answer might seem a bit vague…but let’s give it a go. A landscape architect can provide you with a very complex landscape design and installation plan. They […]

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When can you give me an estimate?

“Will you give me an estimate for my project during the initial consultation?” No. Now this might seem a bit odd to some people since we are already walking the grounds with you… …So why don’t we just pull the trigger to get things started by giving you an estimate while we are already there […]

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Is there a fee for a design consultation?

“Do you charge a fee for the initial design consultation?” No. We will perform an initial one-hour design consultation and property walkthrough at no charge. This is because we want it to be your opportunity to share with us the dreams, and visions that you have in mind for your garden and/or yard. During this […]

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Do you charge for estimates?

“Do you give free estimates or do you charge?” We are always willing to listen to your landscaping problems, challenges or concerns and to offer thoughtful advice and recommendations to help you – at no-charge either over the phone or by email. And if you need additional help, we can schedule a ‘site walkthrough’ for […]

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Is your business insured?

“Is your business insured?” Yes! Actually Mountain View Landscaping & Design, Inc. has insurance coverage that goes beyond the minimum state requirements. In general, we are covered for: Worker’s Compensation which means you are never held responsible if (God forbid) someone is hurt or injured during work on your project; General Liability which means you […]

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