Rick C. - Avon, CT
"...the work was high quality, it was done on time within budget and it was delivered with a high level of service..."
Burhoe Landscaping and Lawn Service is a full service design/build contractor that has been designing, installing, and maintaining landscapes in the Farmington River Valley for over 30 years. It is our firm belief that this full service approach eliminates the confusion resulting from multiple contractors on the same job, improving not only the project outcome but also your experience as a customer.
Burhoe Landscaping was founded in 1980 by Dean Burhoe in Unionville, CT. He began mowing lawns for neighbors, family and friends with a mower, weedwacker and an old Ford pickup. Eventually, he would expand his operations to include employees and additional services. Burhoe Landscaping began in the Farmington Valley and continues to operate there today as well as the surrounding towns of West Hartford, Simsbury, Avon, Bristol, Connecticut. With a full line of trucks, equipment and crews, Burhoe Landscaping is ready to tackle any size project.
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One of the many things we pride ourselves on at Burhoe Landscaping and Lawn Service is our ability to tailor each job to the individual needs of the customer. Whether you are looking to create formal perennial gardens, contemporary landscapes, natural New England stepping stone pathways, unique paver walks, or even a landscape designed to attract your favorite wildlife, you can be assured that we have both the talent and the experience to transform your vision into a reality. Our general manager, David Parent, has been with Burhoe Landscaping for over 15 years, and has experience in all aspects of the business. Evelyn Betz has the vision and talent to design a beautiful, functional landscape of any size or budget. Our equipment is up to date and properly maintained; our highly trained employees will treat your property as if it was their own and will go the extra mile to ensure your satisfaction with the finished project. This is simply the Burhoe way!