We have been committed to our customers and their landscaping since 2008. We are on a mission to make landscaping easier, more transparent, honest, and affordable.
You may agree with us that just because things have been done the same way for years does not mean there not better ways to do it going forward. Some times combining the good of the old and the new work out better than accepting when people say "it has always been done that way". On Time Landscaping looks at landscaping differently than many of our competitors for a number of reasons but at the end of the day it boils down to doing what is right. Opening our ears may allow us to see things differently.
Hopefully by talking about and working through landscaping items with customers will result in prettier, healthier and less expensive to maintain landscaping. We are ok with being the market disruptor because it can benefit all involved and result in long lasting relationships. It might be difficult for some people to accept changes or longer for them to accept them. Hopefully the decisions that are made are for the benefit of the properties landscaping.
Here are a few quotes that resonate that got us to scratch our head that we like sharing with customers.
Inflation is on almost everybody’s mind. From a cart of groceries to fuel and even landscape maintenance. We consider how that ties into our customers landscaping. From plant choice and locations to the monthly cost to maintain landscaping. A break with the way landscaping has been done may result in a significant breakthrough. Other landscapers silence can be seen as an admission of taking customers money unnecessarily.
Have you ever noticed how many plants get hedge trimmed? It is expensive and recurring and as previously hedge trimmed plants grow they tend to look unkept. We can possibly reduce monthly landscape maintenance costs, reduce noise and environmental impact as well as have a more consistent looking landscape.
Sometimes more money is spent in wasted water and fines than the cost to repair the leak. Many landscaping maintenance contracts call for irrigation systems to be checked for leaks one time a month; so many days can go by before a leak is found and fixed. Has your current landscaper told you about relatively inexpensive devices that can detect non-normal water use and notify people of potential leaks?
Per Nevada law (NRS and NAC 555); companies and each individual spraying for weed control needs a license through the Nevada Department of Agriculture. It is not included in any other license.
We are one of only a few landscapers in southern Nevada that is properly licensed to spray for weed control.
For a list of who is properly licensed, click here.
A Nevada law outlaws about 31% of the grass in the Las Vegas area by the end of 2026.
Many times desert landscaping can cost customers less to maintain, reduce their water bills and provide more visual impact than grass.
On Time Landscaping is a SNWA Water Smart Contractor and has a 100% pass rate with the SNWA.
On Time Landscaping is properly licensed, bonded and insured. Per the state of Nevadas laws a contractors license is required:
We understand that some customers need more guidance to know they are making the right choice in choosing us for their landscaping work. When reading reviews that customers have left about us keep in mind that each job and property owner is different. Regardless of property type, you will see a lot of positive words left by customers on Google and Yelp. We appreciate their loyalty to our business and know their experiences will help others feel equally confident when calling us at 702-348-8399 or emailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org .
Many times salespeople at car dealerships ask about color and type of car you are looking for to help narrow down the search. When potential customers provide specifics about what landscaping they want done it allows companies to bid according to the specifications the customers want. A non specific request for proposal can mean bids can vary a lot from each other making it more difficult to compare bids.
We want to help simplify landscaping.
According to the Virginia Cooperative Extension “…the value of… a landscape improvement increases over time since the growth and maturity of trees and shrubs enhance aesthetic appeal.” It is generally less expensive to plant smaller plants than larger ones so do not wait as the time will never be just right. Get the ball rolling so these plants have time to grow! (Source)
...consumers would be willing to pay, on average, a 12% premium for goods purchased in retail establishments that are accompanied by quality landscaping (source).
...landscaping with a good aesthetic value added approximately 7% to the average rental rate of a building (source).
In one study, rental rates were 7% higher for commercial office properties having a quality landscape (source).
Respondents preferred landscaped roadsides and report positive retail behavior such as willingness-to-pay 8.8% more for goods and services in well-landscaped malls (source).
Trees properly placed around buildings can reduce air conditioning needs by 30% and can save 20–50% in energy used for heating (source).
... Trees and vegetation that directly shade buildings decrease demand for air conditioning... Trees and vegetation lower surface and air temperatures... Shaded surfaces, for example, may be 20–45°F (11–25°C) cooler than the peak temperatures of unshaded materials (source).
In Baltimore, a 10% increase in tree canopy corresponded to a 12% decrease in crime(source).
On HGTV.com; Pat VredevoogdCombs, a past president of the National Association of Realtors. “Well-landscaped yards...fetch higher prices -- they sell more quickly than houses with little or no landscaping…” (source)
Have you ever noticed that most common area landscapes look similar? The same bushes, the same trees, nothing unique. This "ho hum" looking landscaping is typically costly to maintain, noisy and uses polluting equipment and does not need to continue.
Have you ever asked your landscapers to break out the cost to hedge trim your properties bushes per year and then multiply that by the number of years it has been happening? Have you noticed that sometimes hedge trimmed bushes look "smooth" due to recent hedge trimming and other times they do not look as neat?
Who determines when bushes get hedge trimmed? Many landscape maintenance contracts do not specify how many times per year bushes get hedge trimmed so figuring out a fixed monthly maintenance amount is near impossible and people making decisions can be on different pages on how plants should look. What alternatives have landscapers offered you not only to have more consistent looking landscaping but to reduce your exposure to higher than needed costs?
On Time Landscaping is doing what other landscaping companies do not. disrupting the market and encouraging people to ask questions and possibly look at their landscaping and its maintenance differently. The results may result in healthier, prettier and less expense to maintain landscapes while staff is being more quiet and not polluting as much. The success of our customers landscaping is our success.
Don’t get us wrong. We can maintain customers properties the same way they have been taken care of but knowledge is power. We see opportunity and promise where others do not.
Telephone: 702-348-8399 Email: email@example.com
Nevada contractors license c10 0070688
Bid limit $50,000.00
Nevada department of agriculture license 7143
PO Box 401531 Las Vegas, Nevada 89140