At Great Estates Landscaping, we promise to provide you reliable, quality service. Our team members are trained and certified and dedicated to responsive account management.

We are local and live and work in the communities we serve. We love our local communities and are heavily vested in giving back at the local level, supporting numerous community beautification projects and schools. We use only the highest quality, locally sourced products.

We do it all. We are the only call you need to make for all your landscape design, maintenance, and installation projects.

Why We’re Different:

• Locally owned and operated
• Professional and courteous service experts
• Branded vehicles and clean well-maintained equipment
• Uniformed crews
• Certified and trained team members
• Timely follow up
• Our management team has a combined 160 years in the green industry
• Free estimates
• One stop shop – we do it all!

  • Don Holder

    President, Landscape Division
  • Stephen McClain


The people who work here.

Our experienced professionals want to help you create your ideal surroundings, enabling you to showcase your natural exteriors. Our offices are open from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., and we are available to talk to you. You can also communicate with us online.

Manage everything through our site.

Through our website, you can reach us 24/7; review your contract, send us a note, ask a question or request a special service. You can also pay your bills online, quickly and hassle-free. And each invoice is stored inside your personal account for your convenience.

What our customers are saying.

  • Great Estates Landscaping has handled both my personal residence and business landscaping needs for a number of years. They do a great job and are very dependable and responsive. They take the stress out of landscaping and I highly recommend them.

    Guy Dabbs,
  • I thank you for your contribution to the Wallace Grove School Restoration project. Your donation of 50 bales of pine straw and the use of your sod roller helped us reach the goal of protecting Morgan County’s last in situ African American school from the turn of the century.

    Christine McCauley, Madison-Morgan Conservancy