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Below you’ll find the most commonly asked questions from homeowners like yourself. If you don’t find your answer below, submit a quote request, and I’ll get back to you shortly.

Frequently Asked Questions

Yes, a 1-year workmanship warranty covers everything that we do.

I aim to make our interaction and the development of your project as hands-off as possible for you. While I ensure you’re always in the loop with everything happening on your property, it’s my responsibility to execute every detail to perfection.

To get started on your project, simply request a quote, and I’ll follow up with a phone consultation to learn more about your needs. We’ll schedule an on-site consultation too, and when we’re on the same page, we’ll create a contract and schedule the start of the project.

Depending on the season and the extent of your project, we’ll be able to start in as little as few days or as much as a few weeks. Get in touch with me, and together we’ll find a solution that works for you.

The best time of year for excavating is typically during the warmer months when the ground is not frozen. Spring and early summer are often seen as good times to begin excavation projects, since temperatures are milder and the sun is out longer, providing more daylight hours for work.

Yes, Crush Excavation is a licensed and insured excavation contractor serving Bennett, Watkins, Aurora, Strasburg, and more of Colorado. I’m a trained and certified by the National Onsite Wastewater Recycling Association and the Colorado Professionals in Onsite Wastewater association.

All the excavation work is done by myself, with in-house machinery. For extensive landscaping projects, I sometimes collaborate with trusted local contractors when needed.

The best time of year for landscaping projects is late spring through mid fall. When temperatures fall below freezing and moisture builds up in the top layer of soil it adversely affects our operations. These freeze cycles can cause unstable soils. We always recommend planning your project to avoid costly repair work caused from settling, heaving and grade related complications.

Yes, you can choose which plants and materials you use for your landscape, but it is important to consider the functionality of your garden and consult with us before making purchases on your own. For example, some plants may not be able to tolerate the sun or shade in a certain area of your yard where you’d like them to be, while other plants may require more water than others.

Similarly, the material used for your patio or driveway should be chosen based on how much traffic it will receive, as well as any requirements for slip resistance or stain-proofing. We won’t leave any detail of your backyard to chance and we’ll consult with you in every aspect of your project.

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