About Kasel Rocks
Kasel Rocks Landscape Company is a family owned company that has been in business since 2004. Owners Scott Lesak (B.S. Landscape Contracting, Pennsylvania State University 2010) and Dave Lesak (B.S. Biology and General Science, Kutztown University 1976) have built this company from the ground up. Focused since day one on the highest quality the industry has to offer, Scott and Dave have constructed personal methods of dealing with all aspects of the industry in a unique, personal, and effective way for you, the customer.
With a minimum of a 4 year degree in landscape design, our design staff is one of the finest in the industry. We can help make your ideas and concepts a reality!
Our landscape maintenance personnel are trained in the science of plant care. Call us for annual & perennial care, shrub maintenance, mowing services, & more!
Our crews install paver driveways, walkways, patios, segmental retaining walls, stamped concrete, and boulder projects.
Frequently Asked Questions
ICPI (Interlocking Concrete Paver Institute) is the industry organization that sets the standards for the highest quality, longest lasting paver installations. These standards are based upon scientific research. ICPI provides installers with the knowledge and methods to install an interlocking concrete pavement efficiently and effectively in a manner that will last. Installers who are not certified may be lacking in this area.
This question has a variety of different answers depending on weather, soil, climate, and microclimate conditions. As a general rule of thumb, newly planted grass should be watered twice a day for about 20 to 30 minutes. The first time should be in the early morning and the second time should be late afternoon to early evening. Kasel Rocks can give you a reference sheet about watering your grass for the best results after analyzing conditions of your yard.
When it comes to landscaping, for the most part, you get what you pay for. Contractors that come in with very low bids may be using cheaper materials, not using enough materials in certain places, and not spending enough time on site preparation. The more expensive contractors will typically be more professional from day one and will be using top of the line materials and enough of those materials. To avoid any confusion, ask each contractor who is bidding on the project for you to provide print-outs and specifications on the materials and the total job.
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