Pierre Landscape is Southern California’s trusted landscape contractor backed by over two decades of experience. With a network of local resources, we believe in following the LEED guidelines for regional and local materials, even if your project is not seeking this certification. From design-build to design-assist to bid-build, you can count on Pierre Landscape to be your partner.
Landscaping is a big investment, so it’s important to do it right the first time. Our experienced and knowledgeable installation teams are efficient and detailed. We will work with you to create a design, or install based on your own plan.
Whether you are looking to add tall hedges for instant privacy, intricate parterre gardens, or water-wise plantings that are low maintenance, we will find the best possible plants for your landscape. Our specialists work with you on ideas for unusual grasses, succulents, or any other plants that you are interested in.
Mature trees add instant beauty and lasting value to your property. We select our trees from top sources all over the Western United States in sizes from 24″ box up to 120″ box. We work with you, or your designer, to find the right tree to fit your location and your budget.
A great landscape is built from the ground up. Our irrigation specialists install the right system for your landscape’s specific needs using a wide variety of quality irrigation products. All systems are planned by zone to ensure that the correct amount of water is disbursed to all areas of your landscape. Our expert team installs standard overhead sprays, rotor systems, and drip irrigation. In order to substantially reduce water usage, we also specialize in greywater and cistern systems.
Pierre Landscape has the expertise to consult on and install irrigation technologies that have proven to deliver efficient, weather-based irrigation. We are pleased to offer our customers the opportunity to take advantage of the Municipal Water District’s aggressive rebate program. This program gives property owners and managers an avenue for taking advantage of state-of-the-art irrigation technology with little or no net expense for labor and materials. Many of the water conservation projects we have installed have resulted in full rebates to cover the cost of labor and materials. Water conservation services include:
- The StubHub Center – Carson
- Marriott Hotels – Los Angeles & Orange County
- Hoag Medical Centers – Newport Beach
- Hampton Inn
- Hilton Garden Inn
- Damien High School – La Verne
- St. Lucy’s High School Glendora
- Westridge School – Pasadena
- Lincoln Place Apartments
Here at Pierre, we are focused on creating eco-friendly landscapes that not only conserve natural resources, but also save property owners money by significantly decreasing the dollar amount of their water bills, electricity bills, and maintenance costs. Below are systems and materials that we use to accomplish these sustainable landscapes.
Smart controllers reduce water use 30-70%. They utilize weather-sensitive technology so your irrigation system waters only when the landscape requires it, and they maximize water efficiency by factoring in everything from soil type to the slope of your lawn to the amount of sun exposure different areas receive.
Drip system irrigation provides high water application efficiency, preventing over-spray that can waste 20% of the water used. It minimizes soil erosion and prevents water run-off that carries silt, animal feces, pesticides, and fertilizers onto adjoining properties and into waterways. Additionally, drip system irrigation lowers your energy costs by operating at a low pressure.
Rotary nozzles help reduce water waste and limit irrigation run-off by using a low precipitation rate. They increase irrigation radius range, resulting in fewer zones and faster installations.
Not only does mulch enhance the overall appearance of your landscape, but it’s also functional by retaining moisture during dry weather and reducing the need for watering, encouraging the growth of worms and other beneficial soil organisms, and reducing the need for weeding and using herbicides.
Synthetic turf looks great all year long and is an excellent sustainable landscaping resource. It uses no water, requires no maintenance, is 100% lead free, drains 30% faster than real grass, is fire retardant, has a 20-25 year life expectancy, has no harmful environment effects, is made from already recycled materials, and is 80-100% recyclable. Furthermore, synthetic turf comes in several different types to perfectly match your desired landscaping.