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Custom Stones & Waterscapes want to bring the first touches of spring to the yards of Calgary with money off offers on all garden landscaping services booked before April 15th.

Calgary, Alberta, Canada – March 11, 2014 /MarketersMedia/ —

Spring is in the air, and as the frosts thaw, the sun comes out and life begins to return to the great outdoors, many people will be looking forward to spending more time than ever in their garden. Now is a great time to consider renovations to the home’s outdoor spaces, to get the most of the coming summer months, and Custom Stones & Waterscapes are making the idea even more attractive with discounts for anyone willing to book professional landscaping services ahead of summer.

Custom Stones & Waterscapes are not only great value however, they are a team of skilled and professional artisans with a keen eye for design, who promise a focus and attention to detail that create unbeatable results. A leading light in landscape design, the company already has an impressive portfolio of previous projects available to view on their website, which serve as testimonial and inspiration both.

Anyone interested in getting a free quote with their included discount need only text “discount” to 403-870-1142 to get started. The offer is available on projects of all scales, from backyard fireplace installation, stone patio and pathway construction, gardening, and installation of such yard applications such as waterfalls, irrigation systems or lighting will find it all at Custom Stones & Waterscapes.

Owner and landscape architect Paul Gettis is quoted as saying, “Success is about listening to the homeowner. It doesn’t matter whether customers are interested in an entire yard or a single landscaping element – we are more than happy to take on any landscaping project regardless of its size and complexity. No project is too small or too large, and all stand to benefit from the discounts we offer. This is a unique opportunity to create a landscape which will suite customers’ tastes and preferences, reflect their personality and inspire creativity for the year ahead.”

About the Company:
Custom Stone & Waterscapes has been operating in the Calgary area since 2002. Owner Paul Gettis has a passion for creating things and strives to deliver excellence in all his works, successfully coordinating hundreds of landscaping projects. Under his guidance, a team of skilled landscaping professionals specialize in installation, construction and renovation of patios, walkways, gardens, water features, woodwork, fire pits, fireplaces, irrigation systems and landscape lighting.

For more information about us, please visit http://www.customcalgarylandscaping.com

Contact Info:
Name: Paul Gettis
Email: info@waterstones.ca
Phone: 403-870-1142
Organization: Custom Stone & Waterscapes Inc

Source: http://marketersmedia.com/custom-stones-waterscapes-launches-5-off-all-bookings-before-april-15th/35669

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