Landscape Careers – If you have what it takes, we’ve got a spot for you!

Landscaping Career } Madison WI | Proscapes LLC

Do you take pride in accomplishment? Enjoy getting your hands dirty and working in the great outdoors? If you do, you may be exactly what we need to expand our growing team of landscape professionals. Nearly 20 years ago Proscapes LLC was founded to create a professional, dependable and creative landscape design and build company […] MORE

Setting Landscape Design Goals – Form Follows Function

Landscape Designs | Pavers | Walkways

When beginning the process of landscape design, people often don’t look at the big picture before beginning a landscaping project. The result is often having an uncontrollable project in terms of the daily work and the budget. If a homeowner has not identified their needs and expectations, we most likely will not be able to […] MORE

Patio Pavers – Start Next Summer NOW

Patio Pavers | Patios | Madison WI

Patio pavers in place can make the arrival of warm spring weather in Madison WI an incredible event. Wisconsinites want to start enjoying warmer temperatures as soon as they possibly can and patio pavers can pave the way to an awesome start to summer. The installation of patio pavers in the fall have inspired our […] MORE

Landscaping – Hire A Professional Landscaper or DIY?

Landscaping | Landscapers | Madison WI | Proscapes LLC | Landscape Design

Landscaping in Madison WI can be a dilemma. Nearly every homeowner sees themselves as a landscaper to some extent. Most projects are easy to understand in basic terms, at least conceptually. This introduces a number of questions. Is there any reason why you could not do the landscaping project yourself? It seems easy enough. Why […] MORE

Proper Spring Pond Cleaning

Ponds | Pond Cleaning | Madison WI | Proscapes LLC

As your pond begins to slowly awaken from its long winter slumber, you will first notice that your fish will begin to move around on a warm day. Do not feed your fish until the water temperature is above 55 degrees. Buy a pond thermometer as you will use it in the spring and fall. […] MORE