We hired Progressive Landscaping LLC to extend our patio, build steps to the lake, build a beach wall and a fire pit. Working with Brad was one of the easiest experiences we have had when working with a contractor. He designed multi plans, allowing us to choose the one that worked best for our family not to mention our wallet. We would recommend his company to anyone looking to hard scape their yard.Steve & Deb Kossak
We secured the services of Brad Tork and the Progressive Landscape teamVickie GukenbergerWisconsin Rapids, WI (Nepco Lake)
to do the land and hardscape of our property. Their work was done in a
quality way, on time and within budget. Since the initial contract with
them, we have engaged in annual contracts for servicing our property
grounds including snow removal, plant fertilization and beach
maintenance. They do excellent work for reasonable cost and in a timely
manner. I would highly recommend them. It does not appear that there is
no job too big for them.
Fire Pits & Fireplaces
Natural Stone Walls
Paver Patios & Walkways
Providing Landscape Sevices to the Wisonsid Rapids Area Since 2006
Contractor Brad Tork gets nearly all his work through referrals from 2 companies, Pavloski Development and Point Log Homes. And, nearly all that work is located in 2 developments 1 hour apart in central Wisconsin, Nepco Lake and Castle Rock Lake. Once the referral comes in, there’s a more than 75% chance he’ll win a contract with the homeowner.
His company does award-winning level work, and nearly all of the referrals align well with his crews’ education and experience. Brad says “99% of the properties we work on are waterfront properties (mostly vacation homes). So, we do a lot of retaining walls and a lot of permeable pavers.”
This hardscape project won a 2019 HNA Project Award for Residential SRWs. Brad says designing the project was easy because the homeowners had a clear idea of what they wanted, and even drew a sketch of it. Brad pulled their ideas together into a plan and worked with the clients to select materials. That’s his primary job these days since he no longer works on the crew.
“Then I talk to my team to make sure that they can do what I think we can do before I commit to the homeowners.”