High quality, detail driven residential and commercial landscaping company operating in the Edmonton, St. Albert, Sherwood Park and surrounding areas.
APS Landscaping focuses on upscale landscaping projects where our experience, knowledge and problem solving skills can all be leveraged to produce exceptional results. With over 10 years of experience, from tight city infills to large acreages and commercial projects, reading our reviews will give you a sense of our passion for quality work and customer satisfaction. APS is a member of Landscape Alberta, CNLA, in addition to being a Belgard Authorized Contractor, Techo-Bloc Pro, ICPI, Allan Block Certified Installer.
Awards and Certificates
We provide value to our clients by standing behind our work, with only the best materials and standards used. Customer satisfaction, honesty and reliability are key values that we adhere to. We take our reputation seriously and are one of Edmonton’s top rated landscaping companies on Best in Edmonton and Three Best Rated.
Being one of the few landscape companies in Edmonton that carry lot grading and landscape install crews, we’re able to offer a complete outdoor experience to our clients by servicing pregrade, rough grade, all the way to landscape design and install, including premium irrigation and lighting, all in house,
Up-to-date track machines mitigate damage to existing landscape, while their varied sizing and capabilities ensure maximum access in both large and limited workspaces.
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Frequently Asked Questions
What is my Plot Plan?
A Plot Plan is a survey document outlining the precise dimensions and elevations of your residential property. APS uses this document to produce an accurate cost estimate for your project. Your Plot Plan is available through your home builder, or, an example document can be requested by emailing us HERE
How should I care for my new lawn?
Water immediately after install to keep sod and underlying soil moist.
Water daily for the 1st week following installation, and every second day for the 2nd week. After 2 weeks, water as needed, generally once a week. It is critical to follow these watering instructions for a healthy lawn. Extreme heat or drought may require additional watering and attention. Failure to follow these instructions will void your warranty.
Limit walking across freshly installed sod. Walking can over compact soil, limiting root establishment and/or produce footprints due to wet soil beneath the grassy layer. After the 2 week watering period is complete and the ground has solidified, foot traffic can be allowed.
How much water does my new lawn require?
We suggest placing a sturdy cup on the area to be watered, and watering until 1 inch has accumulated in the cup each time you water. If rain occurs, use your cup to measure rainfall amounts, a light rain is usually not sufficient. Please ensure your sprinkler is not over watering any newly installed trees, shrubs or perennials, this will cause drowning and likely the death of the plant which is not covered under our warranty.
How should I care for my newly installed potted trees, shrubs and perennials?
Like sod, your trees, shrubs and perennials will require an opportunity to establish their root systems. Follow these instructions to give your plants what they need to thrive in their new environment:
Water plants thoroughly at time of planting. Check the plants soil conditions 3-4 times a week for moisture. Frequency and amount of water depends on your site conditions (soil and drainage) and the weather. Water only when the soil feels dry to the touch 5cm (2") into the root zone. Remember not to over water, which will drown the plant and is not covered by our warranty.