K & D Landscaping Announces It’s Competing in the CLCA Trophy Awards in November

These awards honor the best-qualified professionals of the landscape industry as recognized by the public and K & D Landscaping is thrilled to be taking part, kndlandscaping.com reports

Watsonville, CA - September 4, 2019 /MarketersMedia/ —

K & D Landscaping proudly announces the company is competing for three California Landscape Contractors Association (CLCA) Trophy Awards. The event will be held November 2019 in Lake Tahoe and is designed to honor the best-qualified professionals of the landscape industry across the state as recognized by the public. The CLCA convention focuses on the inspirational and practical knowledge landscape providers need when cultivating a team and propelling the business forward. K & D Landscaping has participated in this event in prior years and is proud to do so again.

"According to HomeGuides.SFGate.com, landscaping may increase the value of a property by tens of thousands of dollars. Not only does it have a positive effect on the property value immediately, but the return on investment also continues for years into the future. While other property elements fade with time or need replacing, landscaping thrives as the various plants, shrubs, and trees grow and mature. This is one area every homeowner should consider investing in as a result. However, the property owner must ensure the right contractor is selected for this task," Justin White, spokesperson for K & D Landscaping, explains.

The commercial and Residential landscaping company has been participating in the local awards since 2007 and has been honored with a minimum of one award each year. In fact, K & D Landscaping has won a total of 23 awards over the years. This year's awards were held on June 21st at the Dream Inn in Santa Cruz. The company entered in five categories and won in four of the five, taking home the Landscaping Maintenance Sweepstake Award along with the Judges Award.

"Customers know they can count on us, as we have been recognized in our field on multiple occasions. Our goal is to create a landscape plan that enhances the beauty of the property while ensuring it also meets the needs of the customer. To achieve this goal, we take into account the client's budget, the desired level of maintenance on the part of the property owner, and more. This ensures the customer is satisfied not only when the job is done, but also years into the future," White continues.

In 2018, the state trophy awards were held in San Diego. This was the first time K & D Landscaping took part in the state awards, but it will not be the last. The firm chose to enter their work in three categories and won first place in all of these categories. Customers in need of residential or Commercial landscaping assistance know they can count on this firm thanks to recognitions such as these.

"We are thrilled to have been honored by the CLCA in the past and hope the trend continues this year. However, our main focus remains on serving our customers and ensuring their needs are met in every way. The awards we have obtained for our work are simply an added bonus, one we greatly appreciate," White declares.

About K & D Landscaping, Inc.:

K & D Landscaping has been serving the local area for over three decades. The company started with a truck and a lawnmower but has now developed into a successful and growing landscaping company. With the goal of creating functional and beautiful outdoor living areas for both residential and commercial clients, this company is experiencing explosive growth that shows no signs of slowing down.

Contact Info:
Name: Justin White
Email: Send Email
Organization: K & D Landscaping, Inc.
Address: 62c Hangar Way, Watsonville, CA 95076
Phone: 831-728-4018
Website: https://www.kndlandscaping.com/

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