Products We Use
San Diego Landscape – Country Manor®, Toro®, and Other Quality Products
At North County Landscape, we pride ourselves on using only the highest-quality products and materials to produce results that will last. While our refusal to cut corners and compromise our standards of quality in providing San Diego landscape services might lead to somewhat higher costs up-front, the vast majority of our customers end up saving substantial amounts of money in the long run.
Every business has a business plan, even a small, family-run, community-oriented business such as North County Landscape. Our business plan is simple:
Quality Craftsmanship + Customized Solutions + The Best Available Products and Materials + Reasonable Prices = Exceptional Results That Will Last for Years
Following this model has allowed us to develop a long history of customer satisfaction, with many individuals and families throughout San Diego turning to us regularly for their landscape needs. While many landscapers use materials of lesser quality in order to reduce their bids, homeowners often regret their decision in a year when the materials need to be repaired or replaced. Our landscapes, on the other hand, are designed to look beautiful today, next year, and in five years from now.
The following is a partial list of some of the fine products we use in our hardscape and softscape work:
Country Manor® Collection
Country Manor® blocks convey an old-world charm while being built to withstand the demands of modern-world living. We use Country Manor® blocks to construct a variety of beautiful but durable hardscapes, from steps and benches to freestanding walls and retaining walls. They come in a wide array of shapes and colors, which makes them more versatile than any other block on the market.
Because we are also grading experts, we are uniquely qualified to do the grading work necessary to building a strong foundation for whatever structures we create with Country Manor® blocks. Without a proper grade, even the most beautiful structure will be susceptible to shifting or collapse. When you turn to North County Landscape to handle your hardscape needs, you can rest assured that your Country Manor® block structure will give you pleasure for years to come.
Micro Spray Products from Toro®
Toro® is one of the definitive names in quality outdoor products, which is why we frequently use their micro spray nozzles, emitters, drip stakes, irrigation lines, and other products as part of our next-generation irrigation systems. We often count on Toro® products in our San Diego landscape designs, and we feel comfortable recommending them to you as well.
Decomposed granite is a versatile, visually appealing material that can be used to support blocks and graders, as well as to treat soil erosion and put the finishing touches on grading projects. We use only the finest decomposed granite, such as California Gold Screened DG.
Synthetic turf is an option to use along with hardscapes and/or rockscape. Synthetic turf must be installed properly to last many years. If installed incorrectly the installation can become expensive to correct. At North County Landscape we have years of experience installing synthetic turf. There are a lot of varieties to chose from that vary in cost and density and look very much like real grass. It is important to create a design that flows well and is cohesive to create a stunning looking landscape. If you are interested in installing synthetic turf in your yard please contact us today to learn more!
Learn More about the Products and Materials We Use
The examples above demonstrate our commitment to quality and to our craft. We do not use the same products for every job we perform, of course; to ensure the best results, we always strive to select the right product for the right job. Customization is key to creating the most satisfying and beautiful landscape possible.
To find out which products and materials would be best suited to your landscaping needs and goals, we invite you to contact North County Landscape, serving communities throughout San Diego, today.