(414) 964-8841

5248 N. Berkeley Blvd, Whitefish Bay, WI 53217

Dukes Landscaping offers a variety of Landscaping services, including:

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  • Decorative or Accent Walls
  • Retaining Walls
  • Brick paver patios, walkways, & driveways
  • Lannon Stone Steps
  • Fire bowls
  • Edges & Curbing
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  • Landscape Design & Installation
  • Bed Prep, Creation, or Expansion
  • Planting of trees, shrubs, and perennials
  • Mulching and bed edging
  • Grading
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  • Lawn care including mowing, trimming, fertilization, and de-thatching
  • Shrub, bush, and tree pruning
  • Drainage solutions
  • Air-ration
  • Herbicidal applications
  • French wells
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Snow Removal

  • Commercial
  • Residential

Duke’s has been an extremely valuable snow removal and landscaping services partner for the past four years. I appreciate the attention to detail and the immediate response the snow removal crews provide as well as Duke’s landscaping services. We have demanding clientele and Dukes is always going the extra mile to support CHC’s and our clientele’s needs in a professional and timely manner.

Mike Coakley, C.H. Coakley & Co.

Quality service and timely response are trademarks of a good organization. Dukes has provide both to us here at The Sigma Group over the years with their landscaping and snow removal crews. Our tenants and our employees greatly appreciate Dukes’ efforts to make our grounds attractive and hassle-free.

Ken Kaszubowski, The Sigma Group

About Us

Dukes, Inc. Landscape and Maintenace believes that working with you, the customer, to achieve a complete and harmonious landscape setting is our primary goal. As a small landscape company, we take the time to get to know you and your landscaping needs. Whether for your home or business we are proud to provide a landscape that brings beauty with every season.

We start by providing professional design services or we can work with your plan or designer to transform your ideas into a beautifully landscaped reality. Once the plan is approved, we use only the finest nursery stock available to ensure your satisfaction. Our skilled installation team will make sure the work is completed on time, within budget, and to your complete satisfaction.

Services we offer

Complete Landscaping Services
Landscape Design

Other Services
Snow plowing and removal services
Professional Installtion
Fence Installation
Total Landscape Renovation
Tree removal and pruning
Complete Lawn Management
Weed Control
Lawn mowing
Spring & Fall clean-up

Our equipment

Bed Edger


Dump Truck

Pull behind Aerator

Riding Mowers


Sod Cutter




Walk Behind Aerator

Walk Behind Mower

Some tips for lawn care

Soil Preparation

Prepare the soil as you would for a seed bed - rototill to a depth of 3 to 4 inches and rake smooth. Make sure the overall grade will run water to the boundaries of your property to eliminate water pockets. A light application of a fertilizer low in Nitrogen and high in Phosphorus and Potash with help root establishment.

Sod Laying

Green side up! Actually there are no hard-fast rules in laying sod. Make sure all seams are snug and avoid laying sod over clumps or stones that create air gaps that will dry out the sod quickly and hinder rooting. Rolling the sod after laying is not necessary, but it gives that added touch of professionalism.


This is the most important and critical operation immediately after the sod is laid. Start watering as soon as you have an area big enough to water. If sod is allowed to dty out it may shrink causing gaps between the seams. Water to a point so that the sod has a squishy feel to it. You can't overwater on the first watering. Continue to water twice daily until sod has rooted. Gradually lessen the amount of water applied at each setting once sod has rooted up to the oint of mowing. A good rule of thumb to remember is that heavier, less frequent watering are beter than lighter, more frequent waterings. You need to keep the moisture deep in the soil so grass roots establish themselves deeper in the soil. After rooting has been established water only as necessary to keep the sod green and growing.


Depending on how fast your sod roots determines how soon you can mow for the first time, uwually 1 to 1.5 weeks. Reach down and gently pull up on the sod, if it has attached itself to the soil enough to resist the upward force of a lawn mower it is ready to mow. Mow at the highest setting for the first mowing, then gradually lower your mower one setting at a time for subsequent mowings to a height you like, usually 1.5 to 2 inches. REMEMBER: Never remove more than one third of the grass blade height at each mowing. To do so may cause the grass plant to undergo shock. Tell tale signs of mowing too low or removing too much of the grass blade at andy one time will produce a yellowish cast to the lawn. Another good rule of thumb is that the lower you mow the grass the quicker it dries out and produces a shorter deeper rooting. One more point, since new legislation has eliminated the disposal of bagged clippings, be happy to know that those clippings you used to removce and discard are full of nitrogen, enough to supply one third of the lawn's nitrogen requirements for the whole season! If you mow often enough to keep the clippings short they will decompose and become part of the soil.

Contact Us

We take pride in our service to customers and potential customers! We value your comments and questions whether they are related to services, products, deliveries, billing or other inquiries. Feel free to call us at (414) 964-8841 or email us at btylicki28@yahoo.com with the following information

We will contact you to provide you with a complete estimate or to answer any questions you may have. We look forward to hearing from you and helping you with all your landscaping needs.

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