On Time Landscaping has a 100% first time approval from the SNWA on grass conversion projects. We have been in business since 2008 and are a properly licensed, bonded and insured landscaping contractor.
On Time Landscaping participates in annual water-efficiency training by SNWA conservation experts.
On Time Landscapings staff has completed training to do pre-conversion site visits on behalf of the SNWA for many residential properties.
We understand the SNWAs requirements and is reflected with our 100% first time approval from the SNWA on grass conversion projects.
A business license is usually not enough to protect property owners if something goes wrong. Not all landscapers are properly licensed like On Time Landscaping.
They’ve…helped me improve the curb appeal of homes for sale that had deferred maintenance or dead plants.
about the quickness of the response, the professionalism and the fair pricing.
about Matthew. He was very professional, friendly, informative, and the best communication skills.
An article on HGTVs website quotes
Pat Vredevoogd Combs, 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)
…the net cooling effect of a young healthy tree is equivalent to ten room-size air conditioners operating 20 hours a day. U.S. Department of Agriculture
…the value of… a landscape improvement increases over time since the growth and maturity of trees and shrubs enhance aesthetic appeal. Source
said that “If you are considering selling, good landscape design can add up to 20% of value to your home.” Bob Villa
Healthy, mature trees add an average of 10% to a property’s value. U.S. Department of Agriculture
Strategically placed trees save up to 56 % on annual air-conditioning costs. U.S. Forest Service
A. Living plants: Converted areas must have at least 50% living plant cover at maturity (based upon the SNWAs list).
B. Efficient irrigation: Watering systems, if used, must be drip irrigation systems with a filter, pressure regulator, and emitters rated at 20 gallons per hour or less.
C. Surface treatments: Surface treatments, including weed barriers, must be uniformly permeable to air and water and covered by a layer of mulch, such as rock, bark, permeable artificial turf, and/or living groundcovers (where plant density ensures 100 percent plant cover). Concrete or other impermeable treatments and surfaces do not qualify.