PO Box 5405
San Luis Obispo, CA 93403
(805) 545-9600
Contact: Morrison, Suzanne and Mike
Business Description: We are a full service Landscape Company, offering Landscape Design, Installation and Maintenance services. We also offer Irrigation repairs and service and water audits for your existing irrigation systems. We create our own Landscape Designs, including: Site plans, Master plans, Hardscape plans, Irrigation plans, Drainage plans, Planting plans, Lighting plans, Greywater system plans, Rainwater harvesting plans and more. We offer a complete Landscape Installation Department (services described below). We offer a full service Landscape Maintenance Department which services Residential and Commercial properties throughout San Luis Obispo County. We currently have 12 employees and have been doing business in San Luis Obispo County for 21 years. We are fully licensed, insured and bonded by the State of California. We do all of our own work, except we sub out Stucco and Electrical (other than low voltage) to other licensed contractors. Cost for our services is determined by the job. We can do free estimates unless a Design is required first. We do charge for our Consultation or Design services as part of a complete Landscape Installation package. Travel charges may apply to certain services. Last but not least, the Owners of the Company are actively involved in the day to day operations of the Company.
In Business Since: 1990
Service Area: San Luis Obispo County
On Angie's List Since: 12/18/2010
Warranties: YES
Free Estimates: Ask for Details
Office Hours: By Appointment
Features: Emergency Service
Licensed: Yes, I am appropriately licensed for my trade.
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Cities Served: Adelaide | Arroyo Grande | Atascadero | Avila Beach | Baywood Park | California Valley | Cambria | Camp Roberts | Cayucos | Cholame | Creston | Grover Beach | Halcyon | Harmony | Heritage Ranch | Lake Nacimiento - San Luis Obispo | Los Osos | Morro Bay | Nipomo | Oceano | Parkfield | Paso Robles | Pismo Beach | Pozo | Ragged Point | San Luis Obispo | San Miguel | San Simeon | Santa Margarita | Shandon | Shell Beach | Templeton
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