Trees | Pavers | Landscaping

Melbourne, Palm Bay, Suntree, FL

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Brevard County License# 885046209

Frequently Asked Questions

Here are some of our frequently asked questions. If you have a question and don't see an answer here, give us a call 321-745-0551! Our friendly staff will be glad to answer your questions. Or you can use the button below to send us your question online.

Are you licensed and Insured?

Yes. We are fully licensed and insured with general liability and workers compensation insurance.

Do you charge for estimates?

No. Estimates are free of charge.

Getting a Free estimate is easy. Call to schedule an appointment for us to come to your location and discuss your project. While we're there we'll ask questions, take any measurements we need, answer your questions and bring some samples or pictures so we can create a custom written proposal for your project.

We book up fast so give us a call today and we'll get your FREE estimate on the schedule.

Do you accept credit cards?

Yes. We accept all major credit cards.

We also accept cash and check for payments and do NOT charge any additional fees for paying by credit card.

Do you require payment upfront?

That depends.

If your project requires purchase of materials such as pavers or plants we do require a percentage of payment upfront to cover those costs. Final balance is due upon completion. Payment terms will be defined on your written proposal and we are happy to answer any additional questions you may have.

For projects like tree trimming for example, which have no material costs, we do NOT require any payment upfront to start your job, payment is due upon completion.

Can I put pavers on top of concrete?

Yes, it is possible to put pavers on top of an existing concrete pad. It is important to keep some things in mind when trying to determine if you can install pavers on top of an existing concrete surface or if it is better to remove the concrete and install pavers on top of the ground. We recommend removing the concrete slab if; the concrete is significantly cracked or deteriorated, there are drainage problems due to incorrect slope of concrete or the height of installing the paver will cause an unsafe step height to adjoining buildings. Many times we can safely install pavers over the top of concrete and will only recommend removal when necessary.