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We’re thrilled that you want to apply to work with us!
Seriously, we’re here and ready to talk to you now – so please use our job application form lower on this page.
We are a family owned business that takes pride in quality work, and good working relationships. We started our business to offer the Treasure Valley an honest, fair, full service lawn and landscape company. We take pride in everything that we do and make sure all of our customers are 100% satisfied.
The top priority at Valley View Lawn and Landscape is customer and employee satisfaction. We value each of our employees and believe they are a valuable asset to the team.
Recommended Basic Qualifications
We currently have 2 positions open for a Lawn and Landscape Tech.
If you feel you can meet or exceed all of the qualifications below – then please fill out our brief employment application lower on this page.
Complete mowing, trimming, edging, cleanup and weeding correctly and on time for both commercial and residential clients
- Assist with larger landscape projects in a professional and timely manner; Proper care of tools and equipment; Contributing and communicating with the team to promote and ensure a quality work environment
Experience and Requirements:
Safely operate commercial maintenance equipment to complete work to company and clients specifications. We are looking for the right person that is motivated, hardworking and ready to join a great team! We are willing and able to train that person to be successful in our company.
Characteristics we are looking for:
- Task Driven; Detail Oriented; Clean and Organized; Reliable; Team Attitude; Effective Written and Oral Communication Skills; Physical Ability to Perform Required Duties
- Valid Driver’s License and an Insurable Driving Record
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Landscaping and lawn care services
- Bed Maintenance
- Tree and Shrub Maintenance
- Landscape Design & Construction
- Lawn & Turf Installation
- Patios & Decks
- Retaining Walls
- Flower Beds & Gardens
Additional Information: We specialize in new landscape design for residential and commercial properties to provide your own private oasis or provide the curb appeal your customers want to see. Don’t like your current yard? Let us work our magic and turn your old yard into the yard of your dreams.
- Mowing, Trimming, Edging
- Aerating and Thatching
- Tree Care
- Lawn Fertilization Program
- Weed Control
- Field Mowing
Additional Information: When we come to your property we are going to be completely thorough in our service from start to finish. All lawn maintenance includes the following: – Mowing with a professional grade lightweight mower that wont tear up your yard. – Trimming of all the areas on the property fences, tress, curbs, poles, etc. – Edging the sidewalks, driveways, and all curbing area. – Clean up of all grass clippings
We use high quality lawn fertilizer that allows your grass to get the proper nutrients it needs to stay green all year-around. It promotes deep root growth and conditions turf to withstand climate.
Our weed control products are guaranteed to prevent the weeds from taking over your flower beds that bring beauty to your yard.
We install professional grade sprinkler systems to take care of your landscape needs. We also repair existing systems and provide beginning of season system start ups and checks and end of the season blowouts.
- Sprinkler and Water System Maintenance
- Sprinkler Blowouts
- New Sprinkler Systems
- Older Sprinkler Systems Repair
- Large and Small Irrigation Systems
We can help bring your yard to life with spring and fall clean-up. During the winter months we offer snow removal for residential and commercial properties.
- Spring and Fall Clean-Up
- Snow Removal
- And MORE!
For some, landscaping can be a simple touch up job that slightly improves the overall look of a home. Other people do take it very seriously, using methods to give their home elegance. Whatever you do for landscaping, these tips will be of assistance.
As you are planning a new landscaping project, think about the overall effect you wish to achieve before you do anything else. By sketching out the details first, you can have a much clearer idea of what you are aiming for and what project items you will need. Not to mention that it’s easier to change a sketch than rearranging plants and such once they are planted.
You get what you pay for. Quality landscaping items are usually better than cheap, inferior quality items. You can find many inexpensive items in a home-improvement store. Go to a nursery or other specialty store to find quality products and people who know what they are talking about. Even if the products are more expensive, they will generally be of better quality, and the staff will be able to give good advice.
Carefully select your greenery, because your whole landscaping project depends on it. For example, in shady areas, don’t choose plants that need a great deal of sunlight. Also, make sure that any trees you put in have space to grow. When you decide on an area to plant a plant, make sure it can thrive there.
When planning your landscape, consider speaking with a professional. Talking with a qualified professional, and following his or advice, can help you to avoid making any expensive mistakes. Particularly if you do not have much experience in landscaping, this step is an important one.
Buy your landscaping supplies online to pick from a bigger selection while also saving money. Several websites are available that have great products for an excellent price. Be sure to consult the reviews of previous customers before ordering to ensure that you will not be disappointed by the product you select or the manner in which it is shipped. Be sure to shop around and compare prices.
The cheapest option isn’t always the best option. While you can find fairly inexpensive supplies to do your project, the quality is probably not going to be what you are looking for. When you are just getting started, going to a specialty store may cost a bit more, but you may get some very helpful advice.
Many times, you can go with the cheaper product. You will find little but some variation in quality from the higher-end mulches or planters, or even some plants. It is very important that you be sure to look over your plants thoroughly. If a plant is particularly inexpensive, the seller may not have taken care of it properly.
Check out a professional landscaper before you pay her or him to work so that you can ensure you are getting your money’s worth. Price is a very important consideration; however, you must also look of the work of the landscaper you are considering to make a final decision. Ask for photos, or even better, addresses of the jobs the landscaper has completed.
Prior to landscaping your garden, seek the advice of a professional. Even when creating a landscaping project yourself, it is always best to speak with someone who has this type of experience. No matter what your skill level is, a professional will have advice which only can come from their vast experience. Professionals can also help even the most experienced landscaper to avoid making mistakes.
When you’re putting together a new landscaping project, you should choose locations with care. Certain plants and shrubbery will thrive under certain conditions and wither under others. You need to consider the weather exposure, wind, shade and light your plants will get when placed in your yard.
While products may be cheap, they may not be effective, so consider this before you shell out any cash. Sometimes, it is worth it to shell out a little more money for great customer service or a solid return policy. Weight your options out before purchasing anything. The additional cost can end up saving you money later.
Add special touches like a water garden. You might want to invest what it takes to get the right materials and plants from a specialty store. You can ask a sales associate for advice and make your water garden fit your desires.
Be wary that larger plants will cast larger shadows. This shadow can be used to shield your patio and house from the sun during hot summer months. Just be cautious as these shadows can block sunlight from any smaller plants.
Think about the water you will require and your climate as you plan your landscaping project. There are water restrictions in place in the summer in many locations, meaning that plants which need lots of water won’t get it and therefore won’t thrive, so choose native plants which need little to no watering instead.
Use a diversity of colors when planning your landscaping, utilizing a combination of trees and plants. Shrubs are available in a variety of colors in addition to green, and some of them produce flowers in spring and summer. Don’t forget that some trees and shrubs have colorful foliage or flowers during part of the year. Incorporate this knowledge into your landscape plan.
In order to maintain your yard’s appearance, trim your plants on a regular basis. Hollies, azaleas and forsythia are a few examples of the many plants that can grow out of control if you let them. Don’t hesitate to trim them down, even almost to nothing, as they will rapidly fill out again in fine form.
As you may know, landscaping can mean different things to different people. Some think that it entails a lot of work and is an art while others think it’s just a quick job with a few touch ups. The tips in this article will help you to succeed in whatever you choose to do.