We Know the Art and Science of Estate Landscaping

For those who specialize in managing the grounds of large properties, estate landscaping is in a class by itself.

Owners of grand estates insist that no detail be overlooked when it comes to the appearance of their flower beds, ground cover, lawns, hedges and trees. Many estates in the Bay Area are highly visible to the public during large social gatherings and functions of all kinds, so demanding standards by discerning owners are understandable.  Private estate landscaping is no less important for the owners to know their lawns, plants and trees are maintained to the highest standards.

The Gachina Landscape Management team excels at the exacting art and science of estate landscaping. We’re proud to have received recent awards from the National Association of Landscape Professionals for our work on a private Los Altos Hills estate and the luxurious Rosewood Sand Hill hotel in Menlo Park.

Gachina welcomes the opportunity to create grounds of extraordinary beauty that stand up to close scrutiny, because that’s when the expertise of our professionals shines.

We treat each client’s estate property with exacting care and the latest irrigation, pest control and fertilization processes. Gachina’s array of boutique services ensures every aspect of an estate landscape is nurtured to a healthy, manicured condition.

Bay Area communities for which Gachina provides estate landscaping services include Atherton, Los Altos, Los Altos Hills, and Los Gatos.

Why We Excel at Estate Landscaping

Here’s how Gachina Landscape Management is specially geared to provide outstanding estate landscaping services:

  • Alone among landscapers in the Bay Area, our teams in the field can call on the expertise of two entire Gachina departments for support in the field. Our water management and sustainability departments include some of California’s most distinguished landscaping professionals. Their knowledge of modern irrigation technology and environmentally conscious drought-resistant landscaping is always available to provide solutions for the specific needs of any estate.
  • We are experts at implementing organic materials and products to create a healthy, beautiful landscape free of pesticides and other poisons. More Gachina clients are choosing organic methods such as the use of beneficial insects to control pests and promote pollination. For instance, destructive aphids are kept in check by releasing a population of ladybugs into an area.
  • Continuous communication is fundamental to our commitment to customer service. A manager is assigned to every estate we service, so estate owners and property managers receive quick answers to every question. We’re also available 24/7 for fast responses to landscape emergencies.

Call 650-853-0400 today to talk to a Gachina Landscape Management customer representative about our estate landscaping services for your property.

We provide landscape management services to the following areas:

BurlingameFoster CityMountain ViewSan CarlosUnion City
CupertinoHaywardPalo AltoSan JoseWalnut Creek
Daly CityLivermorePleasantonSan Ramon
DanvilleMartinezRedwood CitySilicon Valley
EmeryvilleMorgan HillSan BrunoSunnyvale
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We use Beneficial Insects as part of our Plant HealthCare Program.
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