Bill Sullivan teaches landscape design at the collegiate level, wrote a book on landscaping and graduated from the prestigious U.S. Department of Agriculture's Graduate School. His curriculum begins in February, 2010 at the Alexandria campus of Northern Virginia Community College. His book, "Sullivan's Practical Landscape Design" is listed on the Barnes & Noble website.
You spend hundreds of thousands of dollars on your dream home, yet leave your landscape neglected, or worse, in the hands of someone who may be unqualified for the job. Has your landscaper attended school for plant science? Been published in the field? Taught at any level? Do you know if your landscaper is licensed or incorporated or has received an unsatisfactory report from the Better Business Bureau?
Bill and his staff have served Northern Virginia homeowners for 15 years and accumulated 800 customers during that time. Even in a transient community, many in Bill's clientele are repeat customers. Never is one treated like an invoice number—just ask around! You call Sullivan's, you don't deal with a tedious phone menu or ever get ignored. Instead, you reach Bill or his personal voice mail. And if you do reach his recording, your call is returned the same day or the next morning. On-site, complimentary estimates are made within days or the ensuing weekend.
Remember the old saying 'You never get a second chance to make a first impression?' Well, the outside of your home is the first impression people get of your home. Make the same decision that hundreds of satisfied Northern Virginians have made. Trust your landscaping to a professional with the expertise to transform your landscape.