Did you know Restoration Exchange maintains an online resource directory to help you with your restoration needs? Organized by category, it contains listings for everything from architects to windows. Below, get to know Sun Valley Landscaping.

Sun Valley Landscaping is the story of two friends who merged their business interests to create a company that offers design + build and maintenance services for residential and commercial clients.

Native Montanan Paul Fraynd studied business at Creighton University. In 2002, he founded Omaha Friendly Services and provided landscape maintenance services to his friends, family and Creighton network. Fraynd’s homegrown business quickly grew, and he moved from his garage to a small shop in Papillion, Neb.

When Hugh Morton’s father retired from the military, he decided to settle in Omaha. Morton studied engineering and accounting at Utah State University until he found his true passion – landscape architecture.

Fraynd and Morton formed Sun Valley Landscaping in 2012 based on the following principles:

  • People come first
  • Everyone is an owner
  • We do it right (the right way)
  • It’s all about the experience
  • We take care in the craftsmanship

The supply yard, located at 56th and Harrison, sits on five acres in a treelined park setting. Potential customers are invited to swing by and spend time finding inspiration for their projects. The company also shares helpful landscaping tips via its blog.

For more information, visit sunvalleyomaha.com.

While many of the companies and products listed have successful track records with historic renovation projects, their presence in the REO Resource Directory in no way constitutes a recommendation or endorsement by Restoration Exchange Omaha. As you would with any project, we encourage you to check references and conduct a thorough review prior to making a selection. If you’re a business or organization that works in the restoration field and would like to be considered for inclusion in the directory, we encourage you to submit an application.

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