Ponderosa Landscape Design Process and Services:

Ponderosa Landscaping, process Our Process:
One of the owners, either Dick Welch or Bob Fairchild, will come to see you at your home for an initial free consultation. Ponderosa realizes that the most important aspect of any landscaping project is what the homeowner wants incorporated into their landscaping project. Ponderosa will work with the homeowner to implement the homeowner's ideas into any landscaping project. Working with the homeowner's input, we can design the plan on site, by painting the key elements of the project on the ground. This technique works very well for those clients that cannot picture the project they have in mind. A drawing of the landscaping project may be preferred by the homeowner or be required by a HOA. After 34 years in the landscape construction field, Ponderosa has come to work closely with a number of qualified landscape designers. Ponderosa will work closely with the homeowner and the designer to ensure that all elements of the landscaping project, desired by the homeowner, are addressed. After the design is finalized, Ponderosa will then give an itemized bid proposal to the homeowner to complete their landscaping project. By having the proposal itemized, the homeowner can the see cost breakdown of the landscaping project. After reviewing the proposal, the homeowner and Ponderosa may enter into a signed contract. Then it is time to get started on your landscaping project that will provide the homeowner with a quality finished project in a timely manner.

Ponderosa Landscaping,  process NO PROJECT IS TOO BIG OR TOO SMALL FOR OUR LANDSCAPE INSTALLATION
OR OUR LANDSCAPE RENOVATION TECHNICIANS

We specialize in the following:

After 32-years in the construction industry Dick Welch is associated with many talented and qualified subcontractors who he will gladly refer for any of your other construction needs.

Ponderosa Landscaping, projecct finished 10 TIPS for making sure your contractor measures up:

  1. Hire only licensed contractors.
  2. Check a contractors license number online at www.cslba.ca.gov or calling 800-321-2752.
  3. Get three references, review past work.
  4. Get at least three bids.
  5. Get a written contract and don't sign anything until you completely understand the terms.
  6. Never pay more than 10% down or $1,000, whichever is less.
  7. Don't let your payments get ahead of their work. Keep records of payments.
  8. Don't make final payment until you're satisfied with the job.
  9. Don't pay cash.
  10. Keep a job file of all papers relating to your project,

CONTACT US for a FREE ESTIMATE today!