We have been a licensed, bonded and insured landscaping contractor since early 2008. 100% of our maintenance contracts are with commercial, retail, industrial, multi family and HOA properties. We also do one time jobs at those property types. What most properties have in common is the desire to have good looking landscaping that does not cost a lot to maintain and have these services provided by a landscaper they can trust.
We try and be respectful of how much noise our equipment makes as well as the environmental impact of using gas powered equipment. For many properties; there are ways to reduce the noise and environmental impact we make and reduce or eliminate reoccurring and increasing costs associated with landscape maintenance.
Tony Robbins said "If you do what you’ve always done, you’ll get what you’ve always gotten."
With increases in labor, material costs and daily living costs something has to give. Is it reduced services to keep prices low; is it increasing how much is charged, maybe charging for extras? In many cases simple changes can be made to properties landscaping to update it and reduce recurring costs at the same time as reducing noise services make and reduce negative environmental impact.
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Steve Jobs - Co founder and CEO of Apple Computers
A lot of people do not realize that spraying for weeds requires a special license, c6 with The 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.
Water costs more per gallon the more a property uses. Many landscape maintenance contracts call for irrigation checks once a month. If a check is done today and a leak starts tomorrow that leak can cost a property a considerable amount of money. There are devices that can notify us and property managers of potential leaks so they can be addressed quickly.
If your properties have plants that get hedge trimmed take a look at the section of your maintenance contract regarding hedge trimming.
Limited tree trimming is "included" in many maintenance contracts. Many times up to a certian height. Many do not know why a height is chosen. We know why in many cases. It is related to what their insurance company says. Many times maintenance contracts just includes removing the lowest branches and is often times not enough to have healthy trees with good canopy structure. Healthy (and especially larger) trees provide many benefits to properties including financial so healthy trees are important. Have you noticed that a lot of times trees or branches come down when it is windy. This could possibly be minimized with proper a tree trimming program that includes the upper branches.
Robert Scoble, blogger and author
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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