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“It’s a pleasure working with Marty and Western Landscape Maintenance Plus, Inc . His solutions are well thought out and address our concerns dead on. As a fellow horticulturist and former Director of Landscape and Horticulture, at South Seattle College, I appreciate his knowledge and professional approach….read more.

Steve Nord

Landscape Committee – Vista Valley HOA

“I just wanted to send a quick note to say “Thank You” to you and your crew for all your hard work and your dedication to making Tocayo Canyon Homeowners Association a beautiful environment. I receive compliments every week from homeowners who have noticed a difference in the association’s landscape and who appreciate the fact that this difference will help to increase the value of their home….read more.

Kathy Maltby

Webb Community Management, Inc.

“What a difference your company’s quote is compared to the other bids I got. I was very impressed with your approach, it was professional and very different from the other landscapers that also quoted the job. They quickly looked around the property, then wrote their estimate on the back of their business card…read more.

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How To Keep Your Office Building Looking Great During the California Drought

There is chronic illness spreading its way throughout the state of California, and its impact is devastating. Millions already have the disease in their bloodstream, and since it is highly contagious, countless others will soon be infected with its germs. It is known as End-of-the-Weekend Syndrome, and its symptoms include extreme stress Sunday night, fear of returning to work, and hopeless motivation to do anything productive. Work is considered “the grind” and people often look more like the walking dead than the actual living, breathing souls they are supposed to be. But there is also an easy prescription to this problem: make work more glamorous and beautiful! People are more productive and inspired in a place that feels welcoming and homey, which usually looks something like a blossoming garden. Unfortunately, this task has become increasingly difficult due to California’s drought shriveling up any hopeful blade of grass. Luckily, there is a solution when it comes to revitalizing the office (both its employees and the building) once again without using much water. It may just keep everyone from walking in like the crisped up twigs currently shrouding your office landscape. Miracle Medicine #1: Pavements:                   Concrete can’t die, unlike grass, and it needs no tending, water, or words of encouragement to grow into something beautiful. A well-paved walkway can be the simple solution to the collection of brown tumbleweeds slowly gathering out front. However, be tasteful about it. Most buildings are made of concrete, so don’t simply go out and stick more of the stuff on the ground; this is one place... read more

Urgent Water Regulations for Businesses Owners

With the California drought, the government is rapidly adapting new practices and regulations to help get us through this difficult time. While residents of California have various restrictions in different counties, commercial businesses also have to do their fair share of water saving. If you own a small business or are an office manager in California, you may want to take note of the following regulations: 1. No washing down sidewalks or driveways 2. Watering outdoor landscapes in a way that contributes to excess runoff of water is prohibited 3. Operating a fountain or decorative water feature (Exception: the water is a part of a recirculating system) 4. Irrigating turf or ornamental landscapes during and 48 hours after rainfall is prohibited 5. Food service establishments may only serve water to customers when requested 6. Operators of hotels and motels must provide guests with the option of choosing not to have towels and linens laundered daily and prominently display notice of this option 7. All leaks must be fixed within 72 hours 8. No watering of public medians Local agencies can fine property owners up to $500 a day for failure to implement conservation requirements and the State Water Board can issue cease and desist orders against water agencies that don’t impose mandatory conservation measures upon their retail customers. Water agencies that violate cease and desist orders are subject to civil liability of up to $10,000 a day.   Call Western Landscape Maintenance Plus, Inc. today for your free inspection at 888-829-8333 or email us at [email protected] If you have found this article helpful, please leave a comment below. We welcome your... read more

Orange County Lawn Watering Restrictions

Just like most places in California, Orange County has new lawn watering restrictions to help save water during this historically bad drought. It’s very important that you follow these rules because if you don’t there will be consequences! If you live in Orange County and you’re not quite sure when you’re allowed to water your lawn here’s the breakdown: Orange County Watering Restrictions From March 8, 2015 to November 1, 2015, residents of Orange County are prohibited from watering their lawn anymore than two days a week. If you are an odd-numbered household, you are to water your lawn on Wednesday and Saturday. If you are an even-numbed household, you are to waterer lawn on Thursday and Sunday. From November 2, 2015 to March 7, 2016, residents of Orange County are prohibited from watering their lawn anymore than one day a week. If you are an odd-numbered household, you are to water your lawn on Saturday. If you an even-numbered household, you are to water your lawn on Sunday. Do not water more than an hour at a time and only water between the hours of 10:00am & 4:00pm Consequences for Violating Watering Restrictions First time violators will receive a warning notice and any violation after that may receive a fine of $25 per violation. ***If you have recently installed sod, you are allowed to water your lawn any day at any time for the first 30 days after installation and every other day after the 30 day period. For more information about the California Drought, check out any of these awesome and informative articles: The Latest Need-to-Know Information About... read more

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