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Sometimes spraying to control weeds is more cost effective than picking them by hand. In addition to companies needing a license to spray; so do the people doing the spraying. You can check with the Nevada Department of Agriculture who is properly licensed. There Las Vegas office phone number is 702-668-4590
Our staff can sometimes give estimates based on photos emailed to us. Please include your property address, your contact information and a description of what is going on.
Our phone number is 702-348-8399
This may include picking larger weeds, trimming bushes, blowing leaves, fixing irrigation or installing new rock, trees, bushes
It is in addition to a business license the State of Nevada requires a contractors license to do most types of landscaping work. Proper licenses and insurance can protect property owners.
On Time Landscaping is properly licensed.
The State of Nevada regulates who can advertise and apply herbicides and very few companies are properly licensed.
On Time Landscaping is propery licensed.
Some of the herbicides need to be activated with water. This means before it rains or using a hose. This will help it activate after we leave.
Per Nevada law people spraying for weed control including landscapers and their employees individually who spray for weed control each need a license with / through the Nevada Department of Agriculture (NAC and NRS 555). To obtain this license they must pass exams. A license is also needed to advertise and bid for maintenance contracts that involve weed control applications Source. If someone is violation of the laws they can be fined per NRS 555.530.
To check if someone / a company is properly licensed to advertise and spray for weed control ask them what their license number is and contract the Nevada Department of Agriculture to check if they are licensed and if they are properly licensed.
The Nevada Department of Agriculture has a PDF on there website about the topic.
The cost will take into account how long it will take to do the work, how much herbicide is used, what prep work needs to be done, and overtime pay to staff for certian rush jobs. Sometimes more than one application is needed.
Sometimes more than one application is needed and it does not last for ever so some people have their landscaping sprayed every few months. These applications are charged to the customer. Some unwanted growth requires specific herbicides which cost extra.
Each herbicide has a different amount of time till it can be "walked on". This information can be found on the label on the bottle it came in which can sometimes can also be found on the internet.