What makes us better than other lawncare companies?
A: In the landscaping industry, we distinguishes
ourselves from other companies by our staff. We hire
professionals with horticultural education and
experience. Then we develop, train, and invest in
them so that they will be effective at meeting
clients' needs. In a business dependent on service
our people truly make the difference.
Which services are you able to provide?
A: When it comes to landscape, we do it all. We care
for landscapes inside and out, trees, and
irrigation. Our company provides design,
construction, and maintenance services along with
our nursery and tree services. With our resources
and experience, we have unmatched depth and
What can you do for me that my present landscape
A: Clients tell us that the reason they selected us
over their previous contractor is that we provide a
better quality of products, services, and
competence. They selected our company because of the
superior reputation we have in the industry.
Why should I consider changing landscape companies?
A: If your current landscape company is meeting your
every need and you are thoroughly satisfied, then
perhaps you shouldn't change. If, however, you are
interested in talking with us about how we can add
value to your property and improve it over time,
give us a call.
How do I get a hold of you for more information?
A: Call, fax, or email any requests or information
needed, and we will be more than happy to fulfill
any request you may have. Or you can contact us via
our contact page.
How do I get a bid from you?
A: Most landscape companies are able to provide you
with a bid for services. We take time to understand
your needs and requirements and then if we are
confident that we are the right company for you, we
will provide the most comprehensive estimate for
What will your services cost?
A: It depends on your property and your own unique
specifications. We take more time determining a
realistic price for service levels which meet your
expectations for quality and customer service. We
don't want to provide you with services which are
not needed, nor do we want to exclude services which
are required by your landscape.
Why can't my tree be topped? A: Topping is
considered unprofessional. In fact, the American
National Standards Institute (ANSI) standards for
tree care specifically prohibit topping. Topping
promotes decay and produces rapid growth of
watersprouts - limbs that are weakly attached. It
decreases the tree's ability to produce energy
(photosynthesis) due to leaf reduction, weakening
its vigor and starving the tree.
What is wrong with my tree? What do you recommend?
Does it need Pruning/Pest
A: Sometimes tree care is a multiple-choice answer -
the diagnosis may not be obvious. An associate will
identify the problem area(s), recommend a program of
treatment and perform the procedure(s) necessary. We
believe in proactive (preventive) care programs -
maintaining healthy landscapes - avoiding decline
and damage rather than reactive tree care that is
performed after problems occur.
How often and how much should I water my trees?
A: Newly planted trees and shrubs should be watered
approximately twice each week when there is no rain.
Be sure to direct irrigation water onto the root
ball of the tree(s), where most of the live roots
are located. Most established plants should be
irrigated thoroughly once a week during the growing
season when no rain occurs. Moisture meters (tensiometers)
can be installed by Arborists to assess plant water
When is the best time of the year to prune?
A: Light pruning, which is usually all that should
be needed in proactive tree management programs can
be done at any time of the year. If major pruning is
needed to compensate for structural defects or other
reasons, winter is the best time because leaves
don't obscure the tree’s structure. It also depends,
somewhat, on the species of the tree(s).
What causes those green clumps in my lawn?
A: It's a side effect of the fertilization process.
When fertilizer is added to the root zone of a tree
or shrub it can't help but fertilize the lawn a
little bit as well. The increased nutrients cause
the grass to grow in green clumps.