In the hands of Maple Leaf, a Unilock Authorized Contractor, YOUR LANDSCAPE PROJECT WILL STAND THE TEST OF TIME.
When planning a landscaping project, there are dozens of important decisions — among them: choosing the right brand, the right color and the right style. The most important decision of all is choosing the right contractor for the job. The truth is, even the best designs and materials can be ruined by poor installation and workmanship.
Quality Workmanship — Guaranteed
Unilock Authorized Contractors are part of an elite group whose work and business practices have met demanding standards. Uniiock conducts on-site Inspections of the contractor's work and conducts client satisfaction reference checks before a contractor is considered for the program. Once Unilock Authorized Contractor status is granted, these inspections continue annually, and the contractor must re-affirm that they will continue to:
- Construct all projects in accordance with the Unilock Installation Standards
- Follow the Unilock Authorized Contractor Code of Ethics
- Participate in continuing education courses
- Offer a minimum two-year workmanship guarantee
In fact, Unilock believes so strongly in the quality of the workmanship and integrity of contractors in the program, that should a Unilock Authorized Contractor be unable or refuse to fulfill their warranty obligations, Unilock will step in and back their warranty*.
UNILOCK AUTHORIZED CONTRACTORS are true professionals who are experienced in proper site preparation, grading, base materials and compaction so you can rest assured that your project will look great and structurally perform for years to come. But that's not all — with a authorized Contractor you can expect:
- Knowledgeable design advice
- A comprehensive estimate
- Quality base materials and installation practices
- A great looking project that stands the test of time
*The Unilock Authorized Contractor Workmanship Guarantee covers major structural failures of residential installations where 100% of the product used is Unilock for a period of two (2) years from the date of installation. Minor settling or aesthetic imperfections are excluded, as are issues which arise due to unknown soil or groundwater conditions beneath the prepared base.