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Parks' Flood Control System Workmanship

Parks' Double Guard™ Flood Control System

Installation of a flood control system is a fairly large project. It involves not only excavating and installing the system components, but also - in order to do it all in a clean way with a neat and quality result - requires other skills as well.

We care about our customers' landscaped lawns, flowers and plants. Therefore, we do all the excavating by hand by skilled workers, without using heavy backhoes that will turn a nice lawn into an unsightly lawn. We use plywood boards to protect the un-excavated grass and sidewalks from damage. In the excavated area we neatly cut the grass out before starting the excavation, and after the system is installed, we replace the grass and bring the lawn almost to its original condition.

When the installation is completed in sidewalks or driveways, we replace the pavement accordingly.

We DO NOT leave your yard in such a state after we complete the job.

The difference between work done by others and by Parks' can be very striking! We care about your lawn.

After we have completed the job you may almost think we were never there.
Our crew are long time and experienced people.

We are proud of our workmanship and we keep up to date with training and seminars.

We often meet for training and seminars.

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