Landscape maintenance is a service business. Customers are paying for results. Reoccurring and increasing costs may be costing customers more than they realize and we may be able to provide a beautifully maintained landscape with lower reoccurring costs and less exposure to increasing costs.
We understand that property owners and managers have vendors and tenants to consider. Our goal is to have healthy, well maintained landscaping that takes customers budgets into consideration. We have noticed that many landscaping contracts are vague leaving a lot to be desired and is why we work through ideas and concerns and implement these items into our contracts and follow through with our work. We want you and your landscaping to look good and that you get the landscaping results you want at a price that is reasonable and attainable.
Other landscapers silence can be costing you money. These two quotes are pertinent to landscaping and the process of hiring and working with a landscaper.
A lot of people do not realize that spraying for weeds requires a special license in the state of Nevada Department of Agriculture. What is unique about this license is that in addition to the company needing to be licensed so do the people doing the spraying and most landscaping companies in southern Nevada are not licensed.
On Time Landscaping is properly licensed with properly licensed staff.
Our proposals and contracts are specific so everyone involved knows what to expect and how much it is going to cost. Hedge trimming bushes is like a revolving door. It keeps on going and going with out going anywhere but it costs communities a significant amount of money each year and as costs increase so does the cost of hedge trimming. We work with customers to reduce or eliminate this never ending cycle of costs, noise and pollution.
Water costs more per gallon the more a property uses. Overwatering and fertilizing using granular fertilizer do not necessarily equate to plant health. Granular fertilizer is commonly used in southern Nevada but there may be better ways to provide nutrients to your communities plants when they can use them and it may mean using less water.
Governor Sisolak signed into law a bill that requires the removal of approximately 5,000 acres of grass by the end of 2026 in Southern Nevada. The SNWA $3 per square foot rebate and the City of Henderson's $1.50 rebates have annual pay out maximums so some properties may choose to do their conversions over years to try and get the most amount of money from them. (August 2021)
We are a SNWA Water Smart Contractor, have a 100% pass rate for conversion projects from the SNWA and we have completed some conversions for as little as $3 per square foot.
...landscaping with a good aesthetic value added approximately 7% to the average rental rate of a building (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).
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).
Some of his quotes can be interesting to HOAs regarding their landscaping.
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