This summer, we decided to embark on an ambitious home landscaping project involving rebuilding large retaining walls and stairs and installing two patios and gardens. We reached out to numerous companies but following our initial meeting with Landcon, we knew we found our company. The process began with the creation of a comprehensive landscape design (structural and planting) from Kin, the designer, who provided us with ongoing support and helpful hints when choosing products. Once the actual construction began, the hardworking and pleasant teams arrived and worked 12 hours a day to meet our timelines. Our property and streetscape was left spotlessly clean each evening, and they went out of their way to ensure minimal disruption to the neighbourhood. Ofer, the co-owner of Landcon, oversaw our project. He was patient, flexible, honest, reliable, and always a quick phone call away. He came onsite every day to meet with us and the crew, discuss progress and coordinate the different trades involved. Ofer was a pleasure to deal with. As the work progressed, we quickly realized the importance of timing of each step of the process and we recognized how fortunate we were. Cement trucks, bins and required machinery arrived exactly on time and as needed, preventing idling and project delays. The quality of Landcon’s work was impeccable. The project was completed on time and within budget. There were no hidden cost “surprises”. Every step of the project was broken down and clearly stated in the contract, very transparent, which we appreciated. We were left with the feeling that Landcon’s goal is to make clients happy and ensure you end up with a completed project you will love long term. That is exactly how our family feels. We are so happy with the end product, which significantly improved the street appeal and functionality of our home’s property. We have no hesitation in recommending Landcon for any landscaping project. Unfortunately I forgot to take pictures of the completed project (with asphalt driveway and fencing/gate/railings) before the snow came, so I'm sharing a mix of photos prior to and following completion.