New Lawn Service in San Diego

Pacific Dreamscapes offers Patio Construction 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.  He personally trains and supervises his employees to ensure that his customers receive the  highest quality service possible. Pacific Dreamscapes can remove that old, worn-out lawn and replace it with a new Marathon Hybrid Fescue lawn that will last years and cut down on your monthly water bill.  Marathon has developed a Fescue Hybrid lawn called Marathon II that doesn’t require as much water as regular fescue lawns.  It also grows slower, requiring less maintenance.  Once you have removed and installed a new lawn, Pacific Dreamscapes will maintain your new sod at a very reasonable price.  We offer a fertilization program that will keep your new lawn looking healthy and green for years to come.  Pacific Dreamscapes will also trim and prune your landscape shrubbery and trees on your property.  There’s no time like the present to replace that old lawn with a beautiful New Lawn.  We are licensed, bonded and insured, and have an A+ rating with the Better Business Bureau.  Call today for a free estimate for new lawn service. New Lawn Service in San Diegovisit our website or local business New Lawn Service in San Diego

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