Our Services

We provide detailed landscape maintenance for Builders, Model Homes,  Commercial, Residential, Business Parks, Apartments, HOA’s, Shopping centers, and more.
Including:

  • Large and small area turf care

  • Fertilization of turf, shrubbery and trees

  • Pruning of bushes and trees

  • Seasonal clean ups

  • Tree staking

  • Planting of annual color, shrubs and trees.

  • Tree removal and stump grinding

  • Water management

  • Irrigation repairs and modifications

  • Weed Abatement

  • Pressure Washing

  • Parking lot leaf and litter clean up

  • Plus much more!


Water Management Services:

The importance of proper water management in California is growing every day. It is a widely held belief in the industry, on average, half the water used to irrigate landscapes, is wasted. Proper water management encourages plant, turf, tree health, and can save you hundreds of dollars per month. It also helps reduce foundation, structural problems, slip hazards, plant loss, rutting of turf and their respective costs. We are  CLCA Certified Water Manager*, Certified Irrigation Auditor, and a Certified Irrigation Repair Technician. We are certified with  Rainbird and Weathermatic Smart Line irrigation products. We continue to attend classes and conferences pertaining to water management.  Utilizing our expertise, and  knowledge, may considerably reduce your landscapes water consumption and  save you money.
As a Landscape Professional, we manage large volumes of water. We welcome the responsibility.We look at water management as an opportunity to be part of the solution. We believe the most important attributes We have pertaining to water management is, We care about saving water, protecting the valuable limited natural resource, and saving my customers money.
We have on staff formally educated  Certified Landscape Repair Technicians in the following categories:
1) Wire Tracking & Electrical Troubleshooting 2) Controller Programming, Maintenance & Scheduling 3) Valve Repair & Maintenance 4) Water Management 5) Pipe Fitting and Maintenance 6) Irrigation Field Hydraulics 7) Backflow Maintenance and Repair 8) Master valve Maintenance & Repair 9) Basic Pump Maintenance & Repair 10) Soldering & Brazing Maintenance & Repair, Backflow Assembly Device Repair and Tesitng.

Our fleet of trucks includes maintenance trucks, which are stocked with a good variety and quantity of parts to complete basic repairs on the spot. For larger repairs or modification. We have a large service truck, fully equipped to promptly handle any size job!


Fertilization:

We provide beneficial nutrients for your plants and turf can help give them strength.
Organic vs. inorganic –
To help reduce your carbon footprint, the integration of organic based products will not only benefit your landscape, but also help the environment.


Pruning of Bushes and Trees:

We offer superior pruning techniques.Where formal shearing may not be desired or appropiate, we perform selective hand pruning- specific to the individual plant type and needs.

Including:

Balancing

Thinning

Heading Back

Removing Dead Wood

Dead Heading 

These proper techiques encourage better plant health, flowering, allowing  the plant to thrive.


Planting:

Proper soil Preperation

Amending  

Appropiate Plant Selection

Proper irrigation to plant, tree, turd

Mulching










Tree Staking:


Tree staking is needed after planting, during the establishment period of a tree. This is generally three to five years. Proper tree staking aids in keeping the tree upright until the roots have grown out into the soil; having sufficient strength and mass to hold the tree upright on it’s own. A tree properly staked, will allow some movement, flexing of the tree trunk in wind; while protecting it from excessive movement, which could lead to breakage. The tree, including the trunk of the tree actually responds to this movement / flexing and becomes stronger over time. At which point, the tree no longer requires the stake for support.


Trees usually come from the nursery secured with one stake. The growing stake is meant, just to keep the trunk straight. It is usually firmly secured to the tree, allowing minimal movement. In most cases, this stake can and should be removed at the time of planting. As these ties / tape can girdle the trunk over time. This prevents any branches to form where the stake and tree are in contact, and can cause damage. Sometimes the tree trunks are so skinny and weak at the time of planting. In addition to installing new stake or stakes, it is a good idea to leave the grow stake in place for maybe in a year or so. Gradually remove some of the plastic tie tape then the stake to allow more and more trunk movement.


The majority of trees seen in landscapes are not staked properly. The areas of concern are: 1) Stakes not being driven into the ground deep enough 2) Use of too few stakes 3) Use of too small of diameter and/or length of stake 4) Not securing the ties adequately 5) Not cutting the tops of the stakes off below the tree canopy.
Generally, you want to try to install the stakes just outside of the root ball. Where only minor support is needed, one stake on the backside or upwind side may be all that is required.
When more support is needed, generally one stake on each side of the tree will be sufficient. Where severe wind conditions exist, three stakes positioned in a triangle pattern may be required.


Tree stakes should be of sufficient diameter (usually 2” to 3”), and of proper length to be driven deep into the ground (usually 24” to 36”). Rubber straps are usually used to wrap around the trunk, fastened to the stake; using either 1-3/4” roofing nails or screws. Four ties are usually required. 2 lower on the tree trunk and 2o higher up but just below the tree canopy.


Ties should hold the tree upright, without excess tension on the strap. This allows for a fair amount of trunk flexing. It is important to cut the tree stakes off just below the canopy. This prevents the tree branches from rubbing on the stakes, causing minor to severe damage to the branches.


There are some exceptions to cutting the stakes below the tree canopy, such as Birch and Redwood trees. They may have branches starting lower on the trunk. In these cases, you want to try to position your stakes a good distance away from major limbs; reducing the likelihood of regular severe chafing of the branches.

 

Hours

Monday9:00AM - 5:00PM
Tuesday9:00AM - 5:00PM
Wednesday9:00AM - 5:00PM
Thursday9:00AM - 5:00PM
Friday9:00AM - 5:00PM
SaturdayCLOSED
SundayCLOSED

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