Scot Eckley Inc

(206) 526-1926

Business Description
Scot Eckley Inc. enjoys challenges big and small. We provide award-winning landscape design, construction, renovation and gardening services. We are flexible, easy to talk to and continually strive to present our clients with dynamic and high-value solutions.
Seattle, WA US 
Seattle, WA  
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Hung Out to Dry: Fresh Ideas for Your Clothes Line

The Hills Hoist has taken a backseat with these practical, and good-looking, lines and racks on which to dry your clothes Full Story
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7 aménagements d'extérieur qui feront le bonheur de votre chien

Voici quelques trucs et astuces pour créer un jardin on ne peut plus accueillant pour votre animal de compagnie Full Story
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Christine Mascott
Hi Joe - Loving the water feature pathway could incorporate something for Cocoa the Cocker Spaniel on our job " pour son bonheur!" Looking forward to working together on Ricardo - Christine Mascott
July 9, 2014 at 10:35pm   
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You Said It: ‘The Birds Will Thank You’ and More Houzz Quotables

Design advice, inspiration and observations that struck a chord this week Full Story
     Comment   June 27, 2014
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Becky Harris
By "duly noted" i meant that it has been read and remembered for the future and didn't need to be repeated and re-argued twenty more times, which seemed to be where things were headed. Mistakes happen. Beating people over the head with a stick about them for days is not something I'm going to put up with, in my own life or in a Houzz comments section. Duly noted? ;)
July 7, 2014 at 5:50am     
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“What seems small to one person can feel like a palace to another.” — Mitchell Parker
This one made me giggle regarding a camping trip with my husband a few years ago. We had a fairly large RV and were waiting in line at the dump station as we were preparing to leave the campground. We had pulled up behind one of those tiny Casita campers. We are both fairly tall so a discussion ensued about how crowded that little camper would be even though we spend most of our camping time outside. As we continued to discuss the issues while we moved closer in line to the dump station, the owner of the trailer hopped out to get her equipment ready for when she pulled up to the dump. And she was a midget! Well then... suddenly we realized that Casita had plenty of room! It's all relative! The perspective completely changed as we giggled (honestly, not mean-heartedly at all) over how roomy it was with high ceilings, HUGE kitchen, etc...

We have since downsized our camper to one that is about half the size of the previous one. We bought it from a friend who is a CPA. She did some accounting work for a couple who are mural and sign painters. They paid for her services by painting her camper for her. The cowboy in the first picture has a real spur attached to his boot and the bucket beside him has plastic Miller Lite bottles cut in half and attached along with acrylic "ice" cubes glued around to look like the beer is being iced down. The huge margarita glass has glitter "salt" around the rim. We sure get some looks, waves, and thumbs up while we are going down the road!
July 11, 2014 at 10:13am   
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timely and prompt was able to provide quote in professional manner. Team was great to respond to questions and answered with utmost respect and knowledge
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