REDUCE WATER USAGE BY 80%
- We locate the sprinkler heads and any drains that may be in the area
to be xeriscaped. Then we use a sod-cutting machine to remove old
grass/weeds and unwanted vegetation.
- The old grass and weeds are moved by wheelbarrow to our trailer. We take this material to a legal green waste dump in the area.
- The area is raked off and final graded and prepared for the concrete borders that make up the xeriscape design.
- The concrete borders are installed per the xeriscape design created by the homeowner and our company.
- The plants are installed with time-release tablets and B-1 to reduce transplant shock.
- A drip irrigation system is installed. This will provide water at the exact plant location and reduces water loss.
- The area is cleaned up; the timer is programmed to deliver the right
amount of water for the season. We monitor the new installation for 4
weeks. We can continue to protect your investment through an on-going
HOAs Can Not Disallow Xeriscape Landscapes
Refer to Assembly Bills:
- AB1881 (PDF Download)
An act to add Section 1353.8 to the Civil Code, to repeal and add
Article 10.8 (commencing with Section 65591) of Chapter 3 of Division 1
of Title 7 of the Government Code, to add Section 25401.9 to the Public
Resources Code, and to add Article 4.5 (commencing with Section 535) to
Chapter 8 of Division 1 of the Water Code, relating to water conservation. [Approved by Governor September 28, 2006. Filed with Secretary of State September 28, 2006.]
- AB1061 (PDF Download)
An act to repeal and add Section 1353.8 of the Civil Code, relating to
common interest developments. [Approved by Governor October 11, 2009. Filed with Secretary of State October 11, 2009.]