Arbordale is a design and build landscape construction company that has been creating dream landscapes for our clients since 1981. We are a full-service landscape company taking our clients projects from conceptual design through to completion. We offer creative design, quality craftsmanship and service that is unmatched in the industry. We pride ourselves on our work to beautify the city of Toronto, and plan on doing so for a long time to come.
Arbordale was founded by Bob and Mitzi Tubby after they graduated from Humber College in the Landscape Technician program. It is now in its second generation as their son Blake has taken over after graduating from the same program. Blake is a Certified Landscape Designer and takes care of all daily operations including design, estimating and project management.
Arbordale specializes in all sizes and styles of landscape construction from large to small and traditional to modern. We have all the right people to make any project come together flawlessly.
Arbordale is located near Highway 7 and Keele St, allowing us to easily service Toronto, the GTA and surrounding areas. We have been active members of Landscape Ontario since 1982.
Toronto, North York, Vaughan, Agincourt, Armour Heights, Brown's Corners, Buttonville, Cabbagetown, Coleraine, Deer Park, Downsview, East Danforth, Etobicoke, Garden District, Greektown, Hillcrest, Kleinburg, Lawrence Park, Leslieville, Linton, Little India, Little Italy, Lytton Park, Main Square, Marvin Heights, Maryvale, Mississauga, Nobleton, North Toronto, Parkview Hill, Playter Estates, Pleasant View, Regent Park, Rexdale, Richmond Hill, Ridgewood, Runnymede, Steeles, Summerhill, The Beaches, The Junction, The Peanut, Thorncrest Village, Topham Park, Trefann Court, Victoria Park Village
Numerous Awards of Excellence from Landscape Ontario including:
Residential Construction 10k-25k
Residential Construction 25k-50k
Residential Construction 100k-250k
Residential Construction 250k-500k
Private Residential Design 2500-5000sqft
Best of Houzz 2016
Toronto's Elite Landscape Design Architects - Best of Houzz 2016-2018
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2 December, 2018
Commented: Re-grading of yardAll organic matter refers to all the grass patches, and any weeds or plants that are in the area in need of grading. If any "organic matter' is left untouched and new engineered soil is placed a...
27 November, 2018
Commented: Questions about installing a french drainIn order to evaluate where to put the french drain, you will need to read the slope of the entire yard. The french drain should be placed in the lowest part of the yard. You don't need to have an ex...
14 November, 2018
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