Bachman's Landscape is a full service design and build firm serving the greater Twin Cities area of Minneapolis, St Paul and their suburbs. Our initial consultation on your project is all about listening to your wants, needs and desires. We will then typically develop a concept, direction and budget for your landscape after discussing and viewing the options in my portfolio books for hardscapes and plantings. As a customer you will appreciate the attention to detail, creativity of design and quality of Bachman products and
Construction Drawings, Custom Fire Pits, Custom Water Features, Deck Building, Deck Repair, Drafting, Drought Tolerant Landscaping, Fence Installation, Garden Design, Gazebo Design & Construction, Hardscaping, Masonry, Site Planning, Swimming Pool Design, Trellis Construction, Fence Installation & Repair, Masonry Construction & Repair, Trellis & Pergola Construction, Retaining Walls, Landscape Design & Installation, Patio Design & Installation, Landscape Lighting, Swimm
Bloomington, Burnsville, Columbia Heights, Crystal, Crystal Bay, Eagan, Eden Prairie, Edina, Falcon Heights, Golden Valley, Hopkins, Inver Grove Heights, Lauderdale, Lilydale, Loretto, Maple Plain, Medicine Lake, Mendota, Mendota Heights, Minneapolis, Minnetonka, Minnetonka Mills, Navarre, New Hope, Plymouth, Richfield, Roseville, Saint Louis Park, Saint Paul, Savage, St Louis Park, St. Louis Park, Sunfish Lake, Rosemount, Woodbury, Orono, Wayzata, Chanhassen, Chaska, Shakopee, Prior Lake, Medina, Shoreview, Arden Hills, Deephaven, Shorewood, Tonka Bay, Excelsior, Greenwood, Spring Park
Minnesota Landscape Association (MNLA) Certified Professional. Bachelor of Science degree from the University of MN in Landscape Horticulture. Forty years of Landscape Design experience. 2012 recipient of the MNLA Grand Honor Award for backyard design.
Typical Job Costs:USD 2,500 - USD 500,000Ball parks are usually quoted on the first site visit giving the client a chance to understand the costs, enabling them to assign a budget and establish their priorities.
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22 April, 2013
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