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Welcome to BlackDiamondDesign Landscaping

Welcome to BlackDiamondDesign Landscaping

Our story,

    A business created by the foundational dream of two brothers wanting to be their own bosses has now flourished into an empire with countless satisfied customers. This is a direct result of the willingness to put in the hard work and dedication required to provide these customers with the highest level of quality and care. Brothers Rich and Chris Vazzana have been working side by side since they were 15 years old, mastering numerous crafts enabling them to attain the diligence needed to evolve into the successful entrepreneurs they’ve become today. Following a fate driven step into the world of yard and outdoor living spaces, it was at age 21 when the Vazzana brothers began working for a reputable landscaping company, and after taking this step they never looked back. After participating and witnessing the qualities needed to perfect the craft of landscaping, Rich and Chris learned the intricacies of the business and knew it was only a matter of time before they would branch off and begin their own journey. This vision has now become reality, and we encourage you to take part in the Black Diamond Landscaping experience, one that encompasses quality lawn care, outdoor living spaces, customer service, and happy customers. 

       We specialize in a broad range of landscaping techniques such as: Mowing, trimming, mulching, Paver installation, Retaining walls, Patios and much more. We follow the philosophy that each landscape is unique and provide you with a personalized plan to fit your specific needs.  We strive to provide our clients with a professional, cutting edge service that exceeds their expectations in quality, reliability, and creativity. Serving some of our clients in areas such as: Albany NY, Troy NY, Latham NY, Wynantskill NY, Cohoes NY, Saratogo NY, Clifton Park NY, Colonie NY, North Greenbush NY and all surrounding areas.

tip of the month

NOVEMBER

  • Cut back faded perennials for the winter
  • Prune trees for the winter so fallen limbs don’t damage your property during snow and ice storms
  • Plant or transplant shrubs and trees now, while they’re dormant, to give them the best opportunity for growth next spring
  • Definitely replenish or replace mulch around trees, shrubs & in bed areas. Make sure mulch is at least 3” to 4” deep for cold weather protection & to reduce heaving.
  • Just because it’s winter, don’t think you don’t need to water! Continue to water plant material, especially newly installed landscapes (if no significant rainfall).

 

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