Archive for the ‘AZ Landscape Maintenance’ Category

Friday, March 25, 2011 @ 09:03 PM
posted by Ed Bambauer

Tempe landscaping company, Corona Landscape, is a family-owned and operated full-service landscape maintenance company that provides landscaping in Gilbert, Tempe, Chandler, Mesa, Ahwatukee and Ocotillo and is now offering a number of additional Spring landscaping services.

In addition to their year-round, full-service landscape maintenance services Corona Landscape will be performing spring irrigation checkups, fertilizing lawns in preparation for summer, completing cutbacks of frost damaged shrubs as well as pulling and treating weeds.

“At Corona Landscape, 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 our clients,” said Ed Bambauer, owner of Corona Landscape. “Our Spring landscaping services will allow our customers to maintain a stunning landscape by repairing the damages of the Winter and preparing their landscape for Summer.”

Corona Landscape is a family-owned and operated full-service landscaping company that is dedicated to doing what they say they will, at the time and price their clients expect. As a Mesa landscaping company, they take pride in showing up on time, getting the job done right and giving their customers valued services at prices they can afford.  Corona Landscape can provide weekly or bi-weekly service, or a custom schedule to fit their client’s maintenance needs.

Contact Corona Landscape for more information about their Tempe landscaping services or call (602) 373-9100.

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Wednesday, February 23, 2011 @ 06:02 PM
posted by Ed Bambauer

The Desert Botanical Garden in Phoenix, AZ will be hosting a spring plant sale, which is open to the general public on Saturday, March 19, 2011 from 7:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. and Sunday, March 20, 2011 from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Visit GardenNews.com for more information about this event.

Corona Landscape is a family-owned and operated full-service Chandler landscaping provider, providing residential landscape maintenance in Mesa, Tempe, Chandler, Gilbert, Ahwatukee and Ocotillo. The look of your property speaks volumes about you and your home. Let Corona Landscape provide you with landscape maintenance services at prices you can afford.

For more landscaping ideas and information about our Chandler landscaping services, contact Corona Landscape.

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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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Wednesday, February 2, 2011 @ 08:02 PM
posted by Ed Bambauer

Working with your Phoenix landscaper to develop a comprehensive landscape plan for your property just makes sense.  A well thought out plan will enable you to create a beautiful outdoor landscape that enhances existing features and adds new ones that can help you save water, money and energy.

A Phoenix landscaper can help you develop a quality plan for your water-saving landscape.  They start with a simple base map of your property lines and then expand it into a detailed plan that includes existing structures and sun/rain exposure.  They’ll look for things like spigot and downspout locations, trees, slopes, existing sprinkler systems and more.

Once the detailed base plan of your existing landscape is complete, the Phoenix landscaper will work with you to figure out what you want to get out of your landscape.  Whether your main goal is saving water, reducing maintenance, improving shading or creating a beautiful outdoor environment, a Phoenix landscaper can help.

In addition to conserving water, you can also save on energy costs.  Strategically placed trees and shrubs can help you save up to 25 percent on yearly heating and cooling costs. During the winter, trees and shrubs shield your home from cold winds, reducing heat loss. In summer, shade trees can reduce the need for cooling.

For more information about a Phoenix landscaper, contact Corona Landscape.

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Monday, January 31, 2011 @ 08:01 PM
posted by Ed Bambauer

Corona Landscape is a family-owned and operated full-service Phoenix landscaping company that provides landscaping in Gilbert, Tempe, Chandler, Mesa, Ahwatukee and Ocotillo.

We do what we say we will, at the time and price you expect. At Corona Landscaping, 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! See what our Phoenix landscaping customers have to say about our landscape maintenance crew by visiting our client testimonial page.

For more information about our Phoenix landscaping services, contact Corona Landscape.

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Wednesday, January 5, 2011 @ 07:01 PM
posted by Ed Bambauer

Are you considering a career as a specialist of landscape maintenance in Phoenix? Are you considering acquiring the services of a specialist of landscape maintenance in Phoenix? Then this blog post is for you. This article will provide a brief job description of a landscape maintenance specialist as well as provide information about the common daily duties of specialist of landscape maintenance in Phoenix.

Groundskeeping or landscape maintenance is the art or vocation of keeping various landscapes clean, healthy, attractive and safe. Common types of landscapes that are maintained by a specialist of landscape maintenance in Phoenix include yards, gardens, parks, estates or institutional settings. A groundskeeper uses supplies, knowledge, physical exertion, tools and skills to plan or carry out annual or bi-annual plantings and harvests, periodic fertilizing and weeding, snow removal, swimming pool care, fencing, lighting, driveway and path maintenance, runoff drainage, irrigation, shrub pruning and other lawn care as well as other measures to improve plants, topsoil and garden accessories.

For more information about landscape maintenance Phoenix, contact Corona Landscape.

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Monday, January 3, 2011 @ 07:01 PM
posted by Ed Bambauer

Specialists of residential landscape maintenance in Arizona commonly offer the following weekly lawn care and maintenance: mowing, trimming, edging, weeding, blowing and debris removal additional residential landscaping services include lawn seeding and fertilization, irrigation adjustment and repair, spring and fall seasonal cleanup and landscape installation.

Specialists of landscape maintenance in Arizona also commonly offer many of these services to commercial businesses that need effective property management. These specialists 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.

The following services are commonly performed as regular maintenance:

  • Mow and edge lawn
  • Trim shrubs as needed
  • Pull and spray weeds
  • Blow and remove debris
  • Tree trimming up to 8 feet
  • Rake granite
  • Irrigation timer programming
  • Irrigation system inspection
  • Fertilization of turf and plants

The following services are commonly available for an additional fee:

  • Irrigation repair
  • Tree trimming above 8 feet
  • Delivery and planting of annual flowers
  • Delivery and planting of plants and trees
  • Granite refresh
  • Dethatching
  • Over seeding
  • Paver installation
  • Landscape lighting
  • Complete landscape installations
  • Landscape Makeovers
  • Most other landscaping construction and installation

A specialist of landscape maintenance in Arizona 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. They can provide weekly or bi-weekly service, or a custom schedule to fit your maintenance needs. Contact your local specialist of landscape maintenance in Arizona for more information about their services.

For more information about landscape maintenance Arizona, contact Corona Landscape.

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Tuesday, December 7, 2010 @ 09:12 PM
posted by Ed Bambauer

In part 1 of this blog post we provided a few tips for choosing a specialist for landscaping in Ocotillo. This blog post will continue to provide information about choosing an Ocotillo landscaping specialist.

Be sure to hire only as much help as you need. If you only want a planting plan for an existing garden bed, you do not need the services of a specialist for landscaping in Ocotillo you can simply consult a master gardener. However, if you are unsure what services you need it is best to consult with a landscaping specialist.

If you are searching for the name of experienced and reputable designers a few resources to consider are local design magazines and your state’s American Society of Landscape Architects chapter.

Once you have created a list of possible landscape architects, conduct a few phone interviews and see what kind of information you can gather. Ask for a portfolio or whether you can see some samples of their work to ensure you are comfortable with their style. You can also ask if any of their work has been published in magazines or books or ask if there are any projects in your area that you can examine in person.  Finally, invite promising a specialist for landscaping in Ocotillo to your property for an estimate and be sure to choose a specialist with whom you can easily communicate.

An Ocotillo landscaping specialist’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. An Ocotillo landscaper should be able to provide weekly or bi-weekly service, or a custom schedule to fit your maintenance needs.

For more information about landscaping in Ocotillo, contact Corona Landscape.

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Monday, December 6, 2010 @ 09:12 PM
posted by Ed Bambauer

Are you looking for a Mesa landscaping specialist to maintain your outdoor living environment? This blog post will provide you with important information regarding the residential landscape services of a Mesa landscaping specialist. The look of your property speaks volumes about you and your home and this article will discuss provide tips for choosing a landscaper as well as provide information about how the right landscaper can drastically improve the look of your property.

Making improvements to your home or landscape can be a big investment but choosing the right landscaping specialist to assist you in the process can reduce the stress. The following are tips to follow when choosing a Mesa landscaping specialist.

Choose a Mesa landscaping specialist that is experienced in the residential designs that you are seeking. Landscaping encompasses a wide variety of activities from designing stone garden urns to planning new regional park systems and most landscapers specialize in a particular type of landscaping.

Ask your friends, family and neighbors to recommend a Mesa landscaping specialist. Ask them for details about their services and prices and why they recommend the landscaper. If you are looking to redesign your front yard choosing a landscaper that designs patios may not be the right choice for you.

It also important to know the difference between a landscape architect and other related service providers. Garden consultants, master gardeners and landscape designers can all advise you in their particular area of expertise but a Mesa landscaping specialist will also have experience in construction oversight, site engineering, local regulations, building techniques and more. Also, choose a landscaping specialist who has professional liability insurances.

For more information about Mesa landscaping, contact Corona Landscape.

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Tuesday, November 9, 2010 @ 02:11 PM
posted by Ed Bambauer

In part 1 of this blog post we discussed how a well designed landscaped can drastically increase the value of your home as well as the importance of setting and sticking to a budget. This blog post will provide more information on choosing a reputable Mesa landscaper.

Key factors to consider when choosing a Mesa landscaper include:

  • How long has the landscaping company been in business
  • How many people do they employ and how many will be working on your job
  • What are there services and specialties
  • Do they belong to any professional affiliations i.e. national or state landscaping associations or the Better Business Bureau
  • Are they licensed? Being certified by the state will ensure that the service is accountable and operating legally
  • Are they insured? If the Mesa landscaper is not insured you could be liable for injuries and accidents that occur on your property.

A reputable Mesa 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 Mesa 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 a Mesa landscaper, contact Corona Landscape.

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