Flores artscape Frequently Asked Questions
Q: What type of return can I expect on my investment?
A: The National Association of Realtors estimates that you can expect to recover 100%-200% of your landscaping cost when you sell your home.
Q: How can a well-landscaped home help to sell my home?
A: According to appraisers and realtors, a beautifully landscaped home will sell fast and for more money.
Q: Are you licensed and insured for the work you’ll be doing?
A: Yes, we are licensed in the State of California as a Landscape Contractor, License Number: 1036727 and carry full general liability insurances.
Q: I’ve been told I should only hire a licensed contractor. Why is that?
A: The State of California is trying to help protect the homeowner from any serious consequences of poor and untrained workmanship. If a landscape contractor creates a real mess at your place, the state will help you work through the details of getting things rectified. If the work was done by an unlicensed individual you have no recourse.
Q: Can you give me some cost estimates over the phone or do we need to meet?
A: We can only give you some very basic cost estimates over the phone. Each job is different with its own unique conditions and site problems. All these factors can and will effect the cost to complete the work.
Q: We really don’t know what we want. Can you help us?
A: Yes, we work closely with our clients and provide ideas and suggestions until they are happy with their design.
Q: Is it alright if I try to complete some of the work myself?
A: That’s up to you. But most times this will delay the finish date because we will need to move on to another project while we wait for you to finish your work.
Q: What if I get weeds after the project is finished?
A: Los Angeles is a breeding ground for almost 100 types of weeds. Additionally, Due to it's frequently windy conditions, seeds can spread and take root very easily. We provide weed-maintenance and highly recommend that owners have their yards checked for weeds at least once per month.
Q: How flexible are your prices?
A: Our job proposal will list all the different phases of work to be completed and their individual costs. Sometimes the proposal will also have optional costs for you to chose from. If you are not able to afford the complete project, we will work with your budget and prioritize the work that should be done first and what work can be done at a later time.