Landscape Lighting in San Diego

Pacific Dreamscapes offers Landscape Lighting Design in San Diego County.  We have been serving San Diego since 1998 and have  over 30 years combined experience in Landscape design, construction and maintenance.  Owner Robert Kramer received 6 Associate of Science Degrees in Ornamental Horticulture and Landscaping from Cuyamaca College in San Diego in 2001.  Pacific Dreamscapes has an A+ rating with the Better Business Bureau.  Robert  personally trains and supervises his employees to ensure that his customers receive the  highest quality service possible.  To insure that your landscape has just the right landscape lighting, we will visit your property after sunset to be able to properly assess your lighting needs.  We can install downlighting for patio covers and pergolas, uplighting  to create dramatic effects for your large specimen trees and shrubs, and pathlights to illuminate those walkways, steps and stairs in your garden.  We can also install landscape lighting in your concrete or paver steps and stairs to insure that there are no safety hazards.  We also install landscape lighting in your masonry walls, pilasters and wooden posts for pergolas.  Whatever your landscape lighting needs, Pacific Dreamscapes can design, build, and maintain your landscape to maximize the beauty that you and your family will appreciate.  Call today for a free estimate. Landscape Lighting in San Diegovisit our website or local business Landscape Lighting in  San Diego

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