Archive for the ‘Ahwatukee Landscaping’ Category

Wednesday, March 27, 2013 @ 08:03 PM
posted by Ed Bambauer

Ahwatukee landscaperOver the years landscapers have given themselves a reputation here in the Valley and countrywide. Landscapers (not us of course) have been known to show up late, finish the job late, postpone jobs and surprise you with unplanned costs. At Corona Landscape we believe Valley residents should be expecting more out of an Ahwatukee landscaper, which is why we are dedicated to breaking the landscaper stereotype and providing you with exceptional service.

What you should expect and receive from an Ahwatukee landscaper

  1. Timeliness – Not only should we arrive when we say we will, we should also finish the job when we say we will. Sometimes circumstances such as rain, bad equipment or sickness slow us down, but your landscaper should work even harder in those times to make sure your landscaping is done when you expect it to be.
  2. Cost-effectiveness – Having a landscaper should not put you in debt; it should be a reasonable cost for your size yard and required maintenance. A great way to ensure you are getting a good deal is to call around to a few different landscapers and get estimates. But remember, it’s not always smart to go with the cheapest company because they don’t always do the best job and you could end up paying another landscaper even more to fix the problems – find the best landscaper for the job, and if all else is equal, then chose the least expensive.
  3. Customer service – You should always feel like your landscaper is accommodating you kindly and professionally. This person is going to be in charge of your landscape and around your home frequently, they should treat you and your property with respect. A good landscaper will listen to what you want and need and patiently explain obstacles, options and solutions.

Credibility – Finding an Ahwatukee landscaper that is licensed, bonded and insured is important. This will ensure that the job is done well and that you or the company is not held responsible for any damages or injuries that may occur while working at your home. The company can prove their status by providing you with their ROC number which you can verify through azroc.gov.

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Friday, November 9, 2012 @ 08:11 PM
posted by Ed Bambauer

Corona Landscape is a family-owned and operated landscaping company and is a leading Ahwatukee landscaper. We have been around since 2004 and work very hard to satisfy all of our customers. Our mission is to give you exactly what you want at a fair and competitive price. You can always expect the very best from us.

Why are we the best Ahwatukee landscaper?

Landscapers around the Valley have given all of us a bad rap by showing up late or on unexpected days, leaving debris and equipment behind, abusing the trust of their clients and charging way too much for their services.

We consistently work to break that stigma by providing you with excellent customer care, fair prices, and experienced landscape technicians. The proof is in our many happy customers, both commercial and residential. You can always expect us to be on time and provide you with the right services. We take pride in your satisfaction and will always work to exceed your expectations, so whatever your landscaping needs are, you can count on us.

When choosing an Ahwatukee landscaper make sure you choose the best and call Corona Landscape. You can reach us by phone at (602) 373-9100 and by email at service @ CoronaLandscape.com.

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Monday, November 28, 2011 @ 01:11 AM
posted by Ed Bambauer

You’ve made a significant investment in your Ahwatukee landscaping and you want to make sure you enjoy your yard for years to come.  The first step involves learning how to provide that care.  Even if you hire a professional Ahwatukee landscaping company to provide regular maintenance, it’s important to know what type of care is required for shrubs and cacti.

Shrubs

With regards to watering, more care should be provided in the spring and summer months versus the fall and winter months.  For new shrubs, the first six weeks will be most important in terms of proper care.  More water is required during this time for plants established in spring or summer months.

In general, the soil of newly planted shrubs should be kept moist for the first two weeks, or until you see new growth.  After that, you should water shrubs based on the guidelines for the particular species.

Regarding pruning, less is better when it comes to shrubs.  You want to prune to maintain a natural shape and to allow sun to hit the lower branches of the shrub.  And, pruning should be avoided during any periods frost may occur.

Cacti and Succulents

Symbolic of Arizona landscapes, cacti and succulents adapt well to harsh desert environments.  They tolerate sun, heat and low water extremely well.  Although they require less care than other Ahwatukee landscaping elements, they do require some attention.

A good rule of thumb would be to water your cacti and succulents once a month, depending on the amount of rain received during that period.  Extra watering can promote more growth and flowering, but it can also cause some problems.  If you over-water cacti and succulents, you increase the risk of pest attacks and the plant not surviving.

Hiring an Ahwatukee Landscaping Company

For all Ahwatukee landscaping, irrigations systems can help establish proper times and amounts of water.  Each plant will require different irrigation levels.  A qualified landscaper can install the right systems for all of your plants and simplify the overall process for you.

In addition, maintenance can be handled by a landscaping company to ensure the best care of your plants, especially if you’re pressed for time.  Many homeowners find hiring an Ahwatukee landscaping company to be a smart decision to protect their investment. Contact Corona Landscaping today!

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Wednesday, November 9, 2011 @ 01:11 AM
posted by Ed Bambauer

You’ve made a significant investment in your Ahwatukee landscaping and you want to make sure you enjoy your yard for years to come.  Living plants need proper and regular care to flourish.  The first step involves learning how to provide that care.  Even if you hire a professional Ahwatukee landscaping company to provide regular maintenance, it’s important to know what type of care each of your plants requires.

Sod Lawns

A healthy lawn needs sunlight, water, fertilizer and mowing.  If a sod lawn has just been installed, you’ll need to water more heavily for the first few weeks until the roots take hold.  You may have to irrigate your new sod lawn up to four times a day for about five minutes each during the first couple of weeks.

Irrigation needs will taper off until the sod is rooted, which typically occurs after four weeks.  Once rooted, you should water your lawn every three days.

When your lawn is established, you’ll need to develop a fertilization schedule.  Typically, fertilization for lawns in Ahwatukee landscaping is done on a monthly basis.  Professional landscapers recommend using a complete fertilizer with nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium in the proper ratios.

After two or three weeks, your new sod lawn will need to be mowed.  Proper mowing cuts only the top one inch or so of your grass blades.  If your mower blades are dull or you cut too far down, you risk turning your lawn brown.

Trees

When a tree is first planted, it will have to adjust and acclimate before it becomes established in its new location.  Proper care during this period is crucial to a tree’s survival.

Watering depends on the species, location, time of year, soil and age.  For the first couple of weeks, you’ll probably need to water every day or every other day.  The best method is deep watering.  In other words, you want the water to reach down far so the tree’s roots will grow deep into the ground.

After the first couple of weeks, you’ll have to customize your watering schedule and amount to each tree’s specific needs.  By observing the water drainage and soil condition between watering, you can develop the proper method for effective irrigation.

Pruning is mainly done for aesthetics.  However, the primary reason to prune a tree is stability and strength to withstand wind.  One guideline is to not allow a tree’s canopy to become larger than its root base.  In addition, only secondary branches should be pruned so the tree’s major branches can become stronger.

Need more information about your Ahwatukee landscaping? Contact Corona Landscaping today!

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Monday, February 21, 2011 @ 06:02 PM
posted by Ed Bambauer

Corona Landscape is a family-owned and operated full-service Ahwatukee landscaper, providing landscape maintenance in Mesa, Tempe, Chandler, Gilbert, Ahwatukee and Ocotillo. We can provide weekly or bi-weekly service, or a custom schedule to fit your maintenance needs.

As an Ahwatukee landscaper, our goal is to take the day-to-day hassle out of maintaining your landscape by offering a variety of services and developing a long-term relationship with you.

We specialize in residential and commercial maintenance and installation services:

  • Weekly lawn care and maintenance including mowing, trimming, edging, pruning, blowing and sweeping
  • Lawn seeding and fertilization
  • Irrigation adjustment
  • Seasonal cleanup
  • Landscape installation including turf, rocks, trees, shrubs, plants, irrigation (sprinklers and drip systems), patios and more

We service everything from small residential homes, estate homes, multi-residential townhomes, small to midsize commercial buildings, strip malls, apartments and multi-tenant industrial complexes.

For more information about our Ahwatukee landscaper, contact Corona Landscape.

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Tuesday, September 28, 2010 @ 07:09 PM
posted by Ed Bambauer

Find an Ahwatukee landscaper that is known for its competitive pricing, integrity and professional experience. The right landscaper will deliver the results to make your commercial property truly stand out.

An Ahwatukee landscaper’s goal should be to take the day-to-day hassle out of maintaining your landscape by offering a variety of services and developing a long-term relationship with you. They can provide weekly or bi-weekly service, or a custom schedule to fit your maintenance needs.

It is important to find a full-service landscape maintenance company that provides landscaping in your area. Find a reputable Ahwatukee landscaper as opposed to the others – you know, the unreliable ones who “nickel-and-dime” their clients.

A reputable Ahwatukee landscaper will do what they say the will, at the time and price you expect. They will take pride in showing up on time, getting the job done right and giving their customers valued services at prices they can afford.

Not all Ahwatukee landscapers are the same. This is why it is important to do your research and choose a landscaper that will work with you to create a schedule and list of services that suit your needs. Find a Landscaper whose goal is to take the hassle out of maintaining your landscape and developing a long-term relationship with you.

For more information about hiring an Ahwatukee landscaper, contact Corona Landscape.

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Monday, September 27, 2010 @ 07:09 PM
posted by Ed Bambauer

Are you looking for an Ahwatukee landscaper to maintain your outdoor living environment? This article will provide you with information regarding the commercial landscape services of an Ahwatukee landscaper. The look of your property speaks volumes about you and your home and this article will discuss common services of a landscaper as well as how a landscaper can drastically improve the look of your property.

Your landscape is the first thing people see when they arrive at your home or business. Make sure their first impression is a positive one! Let an Ahwatukee landscaper work with you to customize a landscape maintenance plan that fits your wants, needs, schedule and budget.

A reputable Ahwatukee landscaper can offer your company the experience necessary for effective property management. As your landscaper, they understand that a well-manicured and healthy landscape is enjoyed by employees, tenants and visitors, adds value to the property itself and invites potential customers to your business.

By choosing a reputable Ahwatukee landscaper, you will benefit from the convenience of a full range of commercial landscape maintenance services. A high-quality landscaper commonly specializes in providing the following:

  • Weekly lawn care and maintenance including mowing, trimming, edging, pruning, blowing and weeding
  • Lawn seeding and fertilization
  • Irrigation adjustment
  • Landscape installation including turf, rocks, trees, shrubs, plants, irrigation (sprinklers and drip systems), pavers and more
  • Seasonal cleanup
    • Spring Clean Up: A landscaper’s spring cleanup services should include cleaning all beds to remove leaves and debris from winter, pruning and trimming plants and trees to remove dead foliage and encourage new growth, fertilizing and weeding.
    • Fall Clean Up: A landscapers fall cleanup services should include cleaning all beds to remove leaves and debris from summer/fall, blowing all turf areas, cutting and raking dead foliage from plant beds, fertilizing, weeding and overseeding.

For more information about hiring an Ahwatukee landscaper, contact Corona Landscape.

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Saturday, May 15, 2010 @ 06:05 PM
posted by Ed Bambauer

Are you looking for a landscaper to maintain your outdoor living environment? This article will provide you with important things to consider before you hire an Ahwatukee landscaper. Whether you’re looking to add functionality and beauty to an empty space or to maintain your existing landscape, the following information will help you avoid costly mistakes.

Your landscape is just as important as the look of your home. It can increase the value of your property dramatically if it’s done correctly. Your landscape is usually the first impression people get when they see your home or business. A professional landscaper will work with you to assess your entire property from front to back, and then provide you with a design that makes everything flow perfectly.

That’s why choosing the best Ahwatukee landscaping company is critical. By following a few simple rules, you can avoid paying too much, being in the dark on what is going on, sketchy time tables and less than perfect quality. Here are some guidelines that will help you to choose the best Ahwatukee landscaping company:

One of the first and most important things you can do before you contact an Ahwatukee landscaping company is to figure out exactly what you want. By defining your unique needs and wants, you will be able to find a contractor that can help you achieve the landscape you envision. Chances are, if you’re looking for a professional landscaper, you want more than just a weekly trim on your lawn. You’re looking for someone who cares about your landscape just as much as you do.

If you haven’t done so already, drive around different neighborhoods and check out what others have done in their yards. Look at layouts, color combinations, walkway and driveway patterns, lighting, water features, trees, plants and flowers, etc. You may think you know exactly what you want but the more you see, the more ideas you’ll have and the more comfortable you will feel with your final decision moving forward.

For more information about our Ahwatukee landscaper services, including tips on saving water, please contact us.

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Thursday, December 24, 2009 @ 10:12 AM
posted by Ed Bambauer

Corona Landscape provides Phoenix Metro East Valley landscaping and landscape maintenance services that you can count on. We do what we say we will, at the time and price you expect. At Corona Landscape, we take pride in showing up on time, getting the job done right and giving our customers valued services at prices they can afford.  You can count on us!

Call 602-373-9100 for landscaping in Mesa, Tempe, Chandler, Gilbert, Ahwatukee and Ocotillo, AZ.

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