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Kittleson Landscape Inc. is your first choice for landscapers in Southern Wisconsin. Kittleson landscape provides landscape design and installation services throughout the greater Madison Wisconsin and surrounding areas. Our work can be seen in many areas of Dane, Iowa and Sauk counties, in urban areas, the suburbs, along lakeshores and riverfronts and out in the country.
We take pride in our quality of work and your satisfaction is our goal. When you meet with our landscapers, they will answer all your questions and will follow through with you until your project is completed. They take a personal interest in your project and work to exceed your expectations. We want to give your home a new space – an outdoor living space. Whether this is basic landscaping and features, or a complete outdoor kitchen, you will have a space that will meet your needs and that you love spending time in.
Owner and founder, Craig Kittleson, takes pride in his work with his clients, and in his crew of landscapers and landscape architects. When you hire Kittleson Landscape, you can rest assured the people working on your home or businesses are qualified, professional and pay attention to details. You can trust your home or business is in good hands.
Interested in joining our team? Click here to learn about employment opportunities with Kittleson Landscape.
We’re honored for the opportunity to enhance the beauty of our customers’ properties. We appreciate the feedback we receive. Here’s what some of our clients say about Kittleson Landscape.
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Frequently Asked Questions
What Services Do You Provide?
We also do additional work in grading of soil, installation of lighting and water features. For more detailed information about our services, please browse our other pages.
I have water in my basement. Do I have to add drain tile, or can landscaping help?
Our shoreline is eroding from high water and boat waves. What can we do to help?
We often add plants to many of our lakeshore landscape projects. This softens the look of the rock and cleans the water before it returns to the lake. There are a variety of plant options available to customize the look of your rock while helping the environment.
Our shrubs are overgrown. Is there any way to avoid this?
What are important things to consider when hiring a landscape contractor?
When a company is working on the property of your home or business, it is essential to know they are licensed and insured. Not only do you trust them with the safety of your home or business, you can be held liable for any injury incurred by the company if they are not properly insured. Ask your potential subcontractor for proof of insurance and licensing information, as well as for references before they being work on your landscaping project.
How much does it cost to do a landscape project?
What if I would like to do my project in phases? Can I do that?
I’m concerned about the environment and water conservation. What experience do you have with landscaping to conserve water?
The addition of a rain garden to a landscape also helps with water conservation. A rain garden is a natural or dug shallow depression designed to capture and soak up storm water runoff from your roof or other impervious areas around your home, such as driveways and walkways. A rain garden allows the runoff generated on your property to infiltrate into the ground and helps to reduce potential water quality problems. While your individual rain garden may seem like a small contribution, collectively, rain gardens can produce water quality benefits.
In addition to using landscape water features for water conservation, rainwater harvesting water storage is becoming a popular option for homeowners. Rainwater harvesting is a method of capturing rainwater for storage in underground tanks to be available for later use for watering plants, in ponds or for other outdoor water use. Visit our water conservation page for more detailed information about these features.