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According to the San Diego County Water Authority, growth forecasts predict more than 1 million new residents in San Diego County within the next 20 years. As Southern California faces growing deficits in its water supply, the need for sustainable programs to assist local businesses, homeowner associations and residences has never been more important than now.

As a leader in the landscape industry, Benchmark Landscape has been leading essential change in the green industry to implement water conservation efforts throughout its commercial maintenance and installation for some time now.

“Leading essential change is about embracing the shift to a more sustainable environment by utilizing a combination of wise plant choices, efficient irrigation components and systems, and following correct horticultural maintenance techniques,” said Craig Mohns, vice president of Benchmark Landscape. “At Benchmark, we believe in a proactive approach that includes regularly checking and adjusting of the irrigation systems as well as performing immediate repairs when necessary. The results save our clients water and money.”

Providing more than 25 years of expertise in both commercial landscape maintenance and installation, Benchmark Landscape offers a senior staff of landscape and horticultural experts. Our people are knowledgeable, educated and trained to understand the correlation between the various soil types in our county, the proper plant material to consider for a given area, as well as the correct irrigation components that are needed to provide the desired look at a fraction of the water usage.

Landscaping is an important element in the San Diego region. It provides beauty, cleans our air, controls our temperature and ultimately increases our property values. With extremely limited water resources, change in the way Southern Californians approach landscaping is essential. Part of essential change is an understanding of what grows well in each location. Our team of horticultural experts knows the local plant palettes available to Southern California, as well as many unique plants from different regions with similar water requirements and weather conditions that also work well in local landscapes. Being water conscious doesn’t necessarily mean you have to compromise the beauty of your landscape.

Poway-based Benchmark Landscape was founded in 1984 by brothers John and Craig Mohns. Based on a shared philosophy of providing high-quality workmanship, timely completion, value and exceptional service, Benchmark has grown into a leader in the landscape industry in San Diego. With company roots firmly planted, Benchmark Landscape is committed to growing a stronger San Diego for this generation as well future generations to come.

Contact Benchmark Landscape Inc. at 858-513-7190 or visit benchmarklandscape.com.

Submitted by Benchmark Landscape Inc.

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