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Design & Installation

Evergreen Lawn Maintenance and Landscape Corporation has been helping homeowners and businesses design outdoor areas for over 25 years. Evergreen Lawn Maintenance and Landscape Corporation specializes in working with their clients in creating spaces that are not only functional but beautiful. Click on a photo below to look at some before and after photos of some of our completed projects. We would love to meet you and discuss the possibilities of your landscape ideas and making it a reality.

This Old House Magazine
“Landscaping is much more than pretty plants, a good landscape design can add 20 percent to the value of your property and save up to 25 percent in heating and cooling costs.”

Money Magazine
"Landscaping can bring a recovery value of 100-200% at selling time. Kitchen remodeling brings 75-125% recovery rate, bathroom remodeling a 20-120% recovery rate and addition of swimming pool a 20-50% recovery rate."

SmartMoney Magazine
"By spending 5% of the value of your home on the installation of a quality low-maintenance landscape, you could boost the resale value by 15%, earning back 150% or more of your landscape investment."

U.S. Department of Energy
"If your home is not already shaded you can reduce your air conditioning costs by 15% or more by adding a well-planned landscape. This is accomplished by using trees and bushes to block the sun from windows and walls; reducing air temperatures outside the home with properly placed shade trees; and planting groundcovers, trees, and shrubs to reduce the heat reflected from the ground to walls and windows. Shrubs and vines planted next to the house provide year-round insulation by creating an air space."

U.S. Department of Energy
"Carefully positioned trees can reduce household energy consumption for heating and cooling by up to 25%. Computer models from the U.S. Department of Energy estimate that three properly placed trees can save an average household between $100 and $250 in heating and cooling energy costs annually."

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