There’s nothing better than taking your favorite beverage out to your backyard and watching life’s worries melt away. Birds sing... floral fragrances waft by... the wind softly rustles leaves. A waterfall trickles in the background with the nearby crackling of an outdoor fireplace.
Your relaxation spot then transforms into the ultimate spot for family time and friends. From the moment they arrive, they are guided with plant-lined walkways until they reach a patio filled with the smell of dinner sizzling in your outdoor kitchen.
Now THIS...is outdoor living at its finest. Pride and joy fill your heart. The good times continue into the late hours.
Improving and maintaining the landscape at your Kansas City property shouldn't feel like an impossible chore. Unreliable landscaping companies shouldn’t add to your stress. You don’t have time to deal with shoddy work and landscape design projects that you end up micromanaging, fixing, or settling for.
Your customer experience should feel effortless. Your property should end up representing comfort and timeless style and functionality. It should make you want to be outside at virtually any hour of the day or night.
We get it. We’re homeowners, too. We truly believe that you deserve innovative solutions, detailed craftsmanship, and unparalleled expertise.
The only things on your to-do list should be enjoyment and recreation. We’ll handle the heavy lifting. You stick to the fun stuff.
If you're lucky enough to snag a spot on High Prairie's schedule, jump on it! We did extensive research before choosing High Prairie and their performance matches their impeccable reputation. We had hired a "cheaper" option to build a landscape and patio for us and were left disappointed with poor quality and even poorer customer service. High Prairie was chosen to re-design and build a new space that surpasses what we had hoped for. They've given us faith in contractors again! Don't go cheap like we did and have to fix it, hire quality the first time. It's more affordable in the long run! We wish we had found High Prairie sooner.Jan A. — Kansas City