Commercial and Multi-Tenant Residential Landscape Maintenance Services
Landscape Maintenance and Improvement
We believe in proving industry standards; understanding the needs of commercial landscaping; building strong partnerships and clear communication is a necessity.
We are driven by an unending commitment to maintain and continually improve our landscape management through landscape inspections by our quality control teams and experienced staff members.
- Lawn Care
- Shrub & Groundcover Care
- Weed Abatement & Weed Control
- Integrated Pest Management Program
- Landscape Renovation
- Power Vacuming of Parking Lots
- Steam Cleaning
- Pressure Washing
- Landscape Design
Landscape Irrigation and Water Management
Our primary goal is to maximize the efficiency of irrigation systems through effective water management. Concentrating on irrigation maintenance and improvement has uniquely placed us above our peers in providing superior service through current drought conditions.
Our skilled and experienced team of technicians receive continuous education, which enables us to deliver a premium irrigation service which is adaptable to a variety of commercial settings. We not only find needed repairs on your property, we will also make recommendations to help preserve the integrity of structures, hardscapes and softscapes.
Our irrigation rehabilitation program has helped our customers to reduce their water consumption by more than 50%! Our certified irrigation designer can consult with you on your property to help save money long term. Contact us today!
- Management & maintenance of existing irrigation systems.
- Design & build new irrigation systems.
- Design & renovate aging inefficient irrigation systems.
- Design & install drainage systems for problem areas.
- Centralized system expertise.
- Certified backflow testing & installation.
About Pacific Site Management
The Pacific Site Management Team
Bay Area Operations Manager
JR has spent his 19 year working career in the landscape industry. He is a graduate of Diablo Valley College with a degree in landscape design and is a licensed landscape contractor. JR started his career with Pacific Site Management (then known as D&H Landscaping) in the field and has excelled in delivering quality projects to customers on budget and on time.
Sacramento Division Manager
Dean Moon has been a licensed landscape and masonry contractor since 1977, pesticide applicator and is certified in Recycled Irrigation installation and maintenance. He has received numerous awards including the Best of Sacramento 2008 and 2009 from the US Local Business Association. Dean is the past Chairman of the Board, President, and Vice President of the California Landscape Contractors Association-Sacramento Chapter. In the greater Sacramento area he's designed numerous award winning landscapes.
Prior to moving to Sacramento, Dean spent thirteen years in Southern California designing and installing prestigious landscapes in the Rancho Palos Verdes and Beverly Hills/Pacific Palisades areas.
Sacramento Division Manager
Benny has 10 years of landscaping and maintenance experience in the Sacramento market. He has worked in both sales and management positions. He has a certificate in The Green Garden training program and is (OSHA) Ariel and Scissor lift licensed. Benny has grown up in the Sacramento surrounding area and has a passion for community service and delivering high quality projects for commercial properties.
How To Maximize Water Efficiency In A Drought
Preserve your property and protect your investment.
Time Needed: Varies by property. More than 60 minutes
Total Cost: Varies by property. USD 69
Steps, tools, and techniques for water management
ET smart controllers reduce water by automatically adjusting the water applied to your landscape based on current weather conditions. In most cases, installing and properly configuring ET smart controllers can reduce water consumption by up to 30%!
Drip irrigation applies water only where it is needed, the root zone of the plant material. This irrigating method reduces water runoff and will result in less evaporation from leaves and soil. When installed correctly, it will expend less water than standard sprinklers.
In areas that require overhead irrigation, the most up-to-date, innovative nozzles are more effective than conventional spray heads. They lower precipitation rates, raising the efficiency of your irrigation system. Converting nozzles and adjusting head spacing to maximize coverage ensures distribution uniformity.
Turf generally requires 40%-50% more water than drought tolerant plant material. Some water providers are offering rebates for turf conversion making this project a water-saver and a money-saver.
Applying an organic material (mulch) that is spread across the soil of plant beds will increase soil moisture retention. This is a great way to reduce evaporation keeping water you paid for, where you want it, in the soil around roots.