With the SNWA for their grass conversion program.
$3 per square foot which is the amount in the first tier of the SNWA grass removal program.
We have been a licensed, bonded and insured landscaping contractor since 2008.
A Nevada law goes into effect at the end of 2026 that will outlaw about 31% of the grass in the Las Vegas area. As of Juny 7 2021 The SNWA estimates that there is approximately 5,000 acres of nonfunctional turf throughout Southern Nevada. The legislation prohibits the use of Colorado River water to irrigate nonfunctional grass on properties that are not zoned exclusively for single family residences.
If the only person that uses the grass is pushing a lawn mower, it is probably nonfunctional. According to the SNWA it "…is grass that no one uses for sports, picnics or other recreational activities. Some areas of nonfunctional turf are simply narrow strips grass bordering parking lots, walkways, and sidewalks.” They can show up at office parks, commercial properties, within Homeowner Associations and at multifamily properties.
There are a number of reasons including the following:
We have been in business since 2008. We are properly licensed with the Nevada Contractors board as well as the State of Nevada, Clark County and the Cities of Las Vegas, North Las Vegas and Henderson. If your property is within another jurisdiction we will consider getting licensed there and have been licensed in Bouler City and Pahrump before.
We are one of only a few landscapers in southern Nevada that is properly licensed to spray for weed control.
Per Nevada law (NRS and NAC 555); companies and each individual spraying for weed control needs a special license through the Nevada Department of Agriculture.
For a list of who is properly licensed, click here.
Customers speak directly with the owner of
On Time Landscaping.
No "middle management".
On Time Landscaping is locally owned and operated.
We provide landscape maintenance and do one-time jobs/enhancements at commercial, retail, office and industrial properties. We also provide these services to Homeowners Associations.
When possible, we schedule blowing and hedge trimming to accommodate tenants and customers.
Mark Cuban, the owner of the Dallas Mavericks said “Whenever I see people doing something the way it’s always been done… following the same old trends, well, that’s just a big red flag to me to look somewhere else.”
We take reoccurring costs into account when working with our customers. Over the years; we have noticed that properties pay for landscaping services month after month and year after year that can be dramatically reduced or eliminated. Other landscapers may not bring up solutions to customers because they would be admitting guilt or want to continue to "pad" what they charge. Also consider how landscapers deal with increasing costs. Are they reducing the amount of time they spend at your properties? Are they incresing what they charge you? Are they being proactive and suggesting what changes can be made to reduce exposure?
We discuss cost saving options with customers that may improve the look of their landscaping, require less time staff uses noisy and pollution equipment.
Being on the same page from the start is important. If your properties have plants that get hedge trimmed take a look at the section of your maintenance contract regarding hedge trimming.
Does it say something like “neat and trim appearance” or acceptable amount of growth? The issue is that phrases like that have different meanings to everyone. One person may think 6 trimmings a year while another 52. Whos' definition is used? Consider telling your current landscaper that you want your bushes hedge trimmed EVERY week. We are interested to hear how they handle this.
Our maintenance contracts specify the number of trimmings per year and when possible, we work with customers to reduce or eliminate the plants that get hedge trimmed and install lower cost ones to maintain.
If current landscapers have not brought items up like this to you their silence has and will cost you a significant amount of money year after year in landscape maintenance costs.