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This is a horrible company to work with. RUN!

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Beware of Modern Landscape Concepts. There are so many better companies out there.

DO NOT waste your time or money or you will be highly disappointed. The final threatening words from the owner after mentioning I was going to share my experience online is you do not know who you are dealing with. This is why I am WARNING you all. This company was referred to me by my neighbors who received Jesses contact information from Super Sod.

In the two months leading up to the project, I have been caused more stress by their owner than any other contractor that I have ever worked with. This company does not communicate well and are very unprofessional, this company does not have time for their customers, this company does not believe in customer service and will not put you first, this company never provided me an invoice as requested numerous times, this company has a $5,000 minimum although online it says $3,000 and they will not let you know in advance, the owner will make threats to you if provide any constructive feedback and also this company will cancel the project the day it is scheduled to start. RUN, do not give Modern Landscape Concepts the opportunity.

I have talked to a few other folks as well and after digging online, I am not the first to have this kind of experience with Modern Landscape Concepts. I would give 0 stars if I could.

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User's recommendation: Don't waste your time or money. They do not care about the client only your money.

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