Daily Landscaping, LLC
Transforming Spaces, Nurturing Nature – Your Daily Landscape of Beauty.
Daily Landscaping is a premier Landscape Design provider located in Zelienople, PA and proudly serving Butler County. Our mission is to transform outdoor spaces into beautiful, functional, and sustainable areas that our clients can enjoy for years to come.
Our landscaping services are tailored to your specific requirements. We are experts in creating retaining walls which not only enhance your property's beauty but also provide structural support. Our team is adept at designing and installing patios and driveways that blend seamlessly with the surrounding landscape, adding both functionality and aesthetic appeal to your outdoor living spaces.
Daily Landscaping understands the importance of both residential and commercial landscaping. We offer comprehensive solutions for our commercial clients to create professional and inviting exteriors. Residential clients can enjoy our personalized approach, ensuring their home's outdoor space is a true extension of their style and comfort. We also offer expert mulch services to provide your garden with nutrients, reduce weed growth, and improve soil quality.
Our business is built on a commitment to quality and customer satisfaction. We are available Monday through Friday from 8am to 5pm to provide you with expert advice and exceptional service on your landscaping project.
Daily Landscaping can bring your vision to reality, whether you want to redesign your backyard or require professional landscaping services for your business. Contact us to discuss how we can enhance the beauty and value of your property with our top-notch landscape design services.
Zelienople () is a borough in western Butler County, Pennsylvania, United States, 28 miles (45 km) north of Pittsburgh. The population was 3,812 at the 2010 census. It is part of the Pittsburgh metropolitan area. == History == Zelienople was named for the eldest daughter of Baron Dettmar Basse (1762–1836), whose chosen name was Zelie (her given name was Fredericka) which she named herself after her favorite doll. Baron Basse arrived in 1802 from Frankfurt am Main, Germany, and purchased a tract of 10,000 acres (40 km2) of land in Butler and Beaver counties.