Complete Landscupture’s "Green" Approach to Outdoor Living
October 09, 2007 (PRLEAP.COM) Lifestyle NewsComplete Landsculpture announces complementary "Fall Time Luncheons" held at the beautiful Stonebriar Country Club in Dallas. These events are for those considering transforming their backyard into a personal paradise yet concerned with the environment issues that are driving the need for xeriscaping. Guests are encouraged to bring a friend and join Complete Landsculpture for lunch while learning about the new and exciting outdoor living environments available today.
The events feature award-winning Dallas Landscape Design Firm, Complete Landsculpture. Complete Landsculpture has been recognized by D Home and Garden Magazine as "Best of Everything" and "All-around Landscaper", Susan G. Komen Foundation as "DFW Landscape and Design Firm of the Year", and Associated Builders and Contractors of North Texas for the "Excellence in Construction Award".
On Firday October 12 from 11:30 – 1:00 pm Gene Freeman, Co-owner and Vice President of Complete Landsculpture will be presenting "The Complete Outdoor Experience". Whether you have just moved into a new home, starting from scratch, or have lived in or purchased an older home in need of a landscape-renovation, you will not want miss out on this information. With over 22 years of experience transforming lawns into beautiful gardens Complete Landsculpture is sure to bring exciting ideas for the inquiring mind.
For more information visit http://www.completelandsculpture.com or call 214-358-5296 for reservations.
About Complete Landsculpture:
Founded in 1985, Complete Landsculpture is an award-winning, full-service landscaping firm serving more than 3,200 residential and commercial clients in the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex and surrounding areas. Bringing creative, unique concepts and materials to its upscale projects, Complete Landsculpture helps clients turn the outdoors into a destination—creating the ultimate outdoor experience. For more information and photographs of featured projects, visit www.completelandsculpture.com.