Perricone Bros. Landscaping
31600 Fisher Road
Volo, IL 60051
815-344-8377
815-344-8658 Fax
admin@perriconebros.com
Our History
From left to right: Frank, Sal, Tony and Mario

Perricone Bros. Landscaping has worked hard to build a reputation around strong customer service and expertise in the landscaping business. We serve residential and commercial clients on the North Shore and the Chicago-land area. With over 30 years of experience and a dedicated and talented team of employees, we pride ourselves in continuing to successfully develop and maintain our client base. Along with our seasonal maintenance services, we offer full service landscape design, hardscape design and commercial snow plowing services.


In 1977, the Perricone family moved to the United States from Italy and, taking the knowledge he gained from working on the family farm, Frank Perricone started a landscape maintenance business. One year later, his brother Salvatore joined him. Their family business began modestly with only a few lawn mowers handling small maintenance jobs, which later led to the installation and maintenance of large commercial areas. As the business began to grow, their two brothers, Antonio and Mario joined the family venture. Today, Frank, Salvatore, Antonio and Mario, continue to be involved in all projects–from beginning to completion. 

    
In the spring of 1996, Perricone Bros. expanded their business by opening a garden center set on a 60 acre parcel of land located in Volo, Illinois. The garden center supplies homeowners and landscapers with all their landscape needs. Perricone Bros. also operates a 105 acre nursery in Woodstock, Illinois. This operation produces the highest quality plant materials required to meet the standards of our clientele. For more information on our garden center and nurseries, click "Nursery" on our menu.


A GREEN ENVIRONMENT

As a professional landscaping contractor, we know the importance of being sensitive to the environment.  As a result, we have always, and will continue to, recycle all landscaping refuse (leaves, branches, clippings, etc.) that we haul away from each and every job that we do.