Webinar: Best Practices for Water Use Reduction in HOA Landscapes
Landscape Experts Discuss Saving Water While Enhancing Curb Appeal for Homeowners Associations
Property owners in HOAs expect thriving green spaces around their property. Healthy landscapes make owners happy (and increase property values!).
But these areas don’t maintain themselves. A lot of work goes into curb appeal; work that requires time and money. As water costs increase and the climate grows more complex, plant maintenance is high stakes.
How can HOAs effectively manage greenbelts and common areas, while growing bank accounts and finding efficiencies? Luckily, it’s possible to reduce water use and enhance landscape and curb appeal, all at once.
Our upcoming webinar covers HOA best practices from landscape experts who have designed and maintained award-winning HOA landscapes.
This webinar will cover:
● HOA landscape maintenance – the most common challenges (and how to solve them)
● Plant evaluation & Curb Appeal – what plant palate works best for your landscape?
● Soil & Irrigation Rundown – from irrigation lines to control systems, what you should look for (and what you should avoid)
● Droughts – abiding by drought restrictions and what that means for your irrigation scheduling
Whether you’re new to HOA landscape maintenance, or it’s part of your job and you want to confer with other experts, you’ll get a lot out of this session.
Ignacio Chavez, Division President & Water Management Expert
Ignacio Chavez began as a laborer with Harvest Landscape Enterprises, Inc. 17 years ago. His determination, knowledge, and excellent customer service quickly excelled him from foreman to his role as Division President today. In addition to being a Division President, Ignacio is Harvest’s resident Water Management Expert saving homeowner’s associations millions of dollars in turf reduction and rebates.
Matt Davenport, Chief Encouragement Officer
As the Chief Encouragement of Monarch Environmental, Inc. Matt Davenport is deeply involved with maximizing financial and natural resources for his clients. Matt has been in the green industry for nearly 20 years, and prior to creating Monarch, Matt ran operations for a commercial landscape maintenance company based in Orange County. Matt founded Monarch to save clients money while acting as a bridge between contractors and community managers to ensure best practices are being met in the field. Matt’s main areas of focus include water management, contract management, and sustainable landscapes. In 2007, Matt was named a top 35 leader under the age of 35 by the national landscape organization PLANET.
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This webinar series focuses on our solutions (Baseline, WeatherTRAK and WaterCompass ) and tips and tricks for managing your site’s water use remotely. Join the conversation during one of our FREE webinars.
Your landscape design is made up of many different kinds of plants. And different plants require very different methods of irrigation that deliver the proper amount of water to keep them healthy.