Eagle Rock, CA – Flores Artscape, a Southern California landscaping company, has been making waves in the community with their innovative approach to creating drought-tolerant landscapes that benefit not only the environment but also animals, including pets like dogs and cats.
Rumaldo Flores, the founder and lead designer of Flores Artscape, explains their approach, “We eliminate all the gushing water sprinklers, and we use a drip system. That cuts down water usage by 90%. We also incorporate elements like native plants, hardscaping, and even artificial turf to create beautiful, low-maintenance landscapes that benefit both people and animals.”
Their unique approach to landscaping has not gone unnoticed, with the company being featured in the news repeatedly over the years, including stories published by the Los Angeles Times and broadcast on TV by ABC7. The media coverage highlights the company’s commitment to creating sustainable and beautiful landscapes in Southern California. One satisfied customer has already seen the price drop in their previously nearly $400 monthly water bill since Flores Artscape renovated his front and back yards this summer. “Once everything [was] set, our last water bill was $52,” this happy customer said.
Drought-tolerant landscaping can benefit pets like cats and dogs in several ways. First, it can provide a cooler and more comfortable environment for them to play and relax. And by reducing water usage, drought-tolerant landscaping helps to conserve the local environment, which in turn can benefit pets. Finally, drought-tolerant landscaping can benefit wildlife, including birds and insects that pets like to chase and play with.
“We want to create spaces that are not only beautiful but also functional and sustainable,” says Flores. “We want to create landscapes that benefit everyone, including our furry friends.”
In addition to their work with animals, Flores Artscape has also been recognized for their contributions to the local community. They have participated in local beautification projects, donated their time and resources to the community and sponsored local events.
Their commitment to sustainability, animal welfare, and community involvement has earned them a loyal customer base and numerous accolades over the years. They have received recognition from the Mayor of the City of Los Angeles and awards such as the Houzz Service Award and the Super Service Award from Angie’s List.
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