On Time Landscapings team spends every day being obsessed with taking the hassle out of landscaping for our customers. Since 2008 our talented team has woken up every day excited to work with our customers! We LOVE what we do.
Just because other landscapers have taken care of properties landscaping the same way for years does not mean it is the best or least expensive way. With costs on the rise, other landscapers silence can cost properties a significant amount of money year after year in landscape maintenance costs. If action taken, many times these costs can be reduced or elimiated.
Silence is not acceptabble.
We provide landscape maintenance and do one-time jobs/enhancements at commercial, retail, office and industrial properties.
When possible we schedule blowing and hedge trimming to accommodate tenants and customers.
Our first customer was an HOA. We provide landscape maintenance and do one-time jobs/enhancements at HOA and multi family properties.
At residential properties we focus on one-time jobs
Wages and other costs are on the rise. Many landscaping tasks are labor intensive and wages are on the rise.
We understand that no one likes to pay more or have reduced services to offset increasing costs. Landscapers compete with other industries for employees. Some people choose to work indoors rather than outdoors especially when it is hot outside, so offering competitive compensation packages is important to attract and retain the crew members we want doing work for us and our customers.
There are many repetitive landscpaing items that can either be done differently to save money or eliminated to do away with the repetitive costs.
Consider how labor intensive hedge trimming is and how many times a year it occurs. This is a cost customers pay for year aftrer year that does not need to happen!
In addtion to reducing exposure to increasing and reoccuring costs some changes can also reduce the noise staff makes while servicing customers properties and there can be a reduction in our carbon footprint as well.
Customers speak directly with the owner of
On Time Landscaping.
No "middle management".
On Time Landscaping is locally owned and operated.
We are one of only a few landscapers in southern Nevada that is properly licensed to be able to spray for weed control.
Per Nevada law; companies and each individual spraying for weed control needs a special license through the Nevada Department of Agriculture.
This license is not included in any other license, not even a landscaping contractors’ license!
For a list of who is properly licensed, click here.
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)