What People Think
There are two main things that come to mind when people think of Las Vegas: deserts and casinos. That being said, it makes sense that many people believe that rocks and dirt are what they are going to see in the yards of many Las Vegas homes.
In recent years many people have chosen to put their home through a “Desert Conversion”. Grass is being replaced with different types of rocks and gravel which give the home more of a “Desert” themed look.
In addition, many homeowners are adding their own flare to the landscape conversion by adding colorful plants, bushes, and different sized rocks which give more dimension and personality to their yard.
Having a desert landscape in your yard can be very beneficial to both you and the economy. How is this, you ask? Well, when you see a home where grass fills the yard, you need to think about how much water it takes to keep the grass looking the way that it should. It can take thousands of gallons of water, as well as watering multiple times a day, to maintain the proper color of grass.
It can be expensive to properly maintain the grass on your property. By cutting back on the amount of water that you are pouring into your yard, you are not only keeping more money in your wallet, but you are conserving water while in a drought.
Making the Change
Showcase Landcare Services has been helping the Las Vegas valley make their landscaping conversions for over ten years. No matter what kind of landscaping you want in your yard, Showcase Landcare can make it happen. We can offer support with the landscape design, install the new landscape, and even perform any maintenance that your new yard may require.
Let us Help You
Landscaping in Las Vegas has never been easier. Call us at 702-531-6789 so that we can answer any questions you may have about changing the landscape of your yard. Call us today for a free estimate.
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