Posts Tagged water feature

LA Landscape Awards

Winners and their pictures of the LA Landscape Awards Ceremony for residential and commercial landscaping design and construction jobs as well as water features, lighting and tree pruning.  CATEGORY:EDUCATIONAL WATER FEATURE 1ST PLACE Company: Enviroscape LAWebsite: enviroscapela.comPhone: 310-374-1199Project Name: Redondo Union High School CATEGORY:HUMANITARIAN AWARD Company: Enviroscape LAWebsite: enviroscapela.comPhone: 310-374-1199Project Name: S.T.E.M. Education at Play Mike Garcia,Landscape Design Contractor, Certified Pond Builder,Health Coach and Sustainability Expert.Founder of Enviroscape LA 

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CLCA Best Water Feature Awards 2018

CLCA WINNERS ANNOUNCED The California Landscape Contractors Association (CLCA.org) has announced the results of the 2018 Best of Los Angeles landscape competition.  Enviroscape LA picked up several awards and notably, won 1st place for the best water feature in the education pond division.  This project was designed and installed for the Redondo Union High School Science Department. Another award was given for the pond built at South Bay

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World’s Best Small Pond Filter

Pond Filter Mike Garcia, landscape contractor, certified pond builder and Founder of Enviroscape LA landscaping in Redondo Beach.  In this video, Mike Garcia talks about and demonstrates the ProEco Products pond filter system for Koi Ponds. This pond filter system is the most simple system on the market and has the lowest electrical draw of any pump on the market. If you are after Sustainability, this is

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Pondless Waterfall in small backyard space

Pondless Waterfall installed in a small backyard space in the Los Angeles South Bay, California designed by Enviroscape LA Landscaping, Redondo Beach, CA.     Video: Amazing Pondless waterfall: Mike Garcia, Landscape Design Contractor, Certified Pond Builder Founder of Enviroscape LA,  Sustainable Landscaping Phone: (310) 374-1199 Redondo Beach, South Bay, California Serving the Manhattan Beach, Hermosa Beach, Redondo Beach, Palos Verdes Estates, Rancho Palos Verdes, Rolling Hills,

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Fountain made of recycled steel in Manhattan Beach landscape

Artist Mike McCoy of WeldMelt.com and Mike Garcia of EnviroscapeLA.com in Redondo Beach teamed up to create this one of a kind Fountain made from recycled stee;  This is where art and Sustainability meet to create perhaps the most beautiful corner in Manhattan Beach, California with Recycled steel Fountain     see video below     Mike Garcia, Landscape Design Contractor, Sustainability Expert and Certified Pond Builder Phone:

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World’s Best Small Pond Filter

Sustainability Expert Mike Garcia, Founder of Enviroscape LA, Redondo Beach  talks about and demonstrates the ProEco Products pond filter system. This system is the most simple system on the market and has the lowest electrical draw of any pump on the market. If you are after Sustainability, this is the system for You. We create eye-catching, sustainable Native Garden Landscaping Designs, Drip Irrigation Installations and Rainwater Harvesting

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Couple in LA turns pool into sustainable tropical paradise

Dina Cramer wanted to turn their  barely used backyard pool into a green garden with fountain, waterfall and a creek. She and her husband, Irl, both retirees, mentioned it to Mike Garcia of Enviroscape L.A. when he came by to trim their trees. Mike Garcia recommended the Manhattan Beach couple, who have grown children, turn the pool into a rainwater-harvesting garden. They already had the hole in

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Water Restrictions A Boom To L.A. Business

Mike Garcia, Owner of Enviroscape L.A., stands on top of his Rainwater Harvesting System.Standing in his lush yard in Redondo Beach, Mike Garcia showed off his green gadgets like a proud father. There was the permeable pavement, the drip irrigation system and hidden beneath a layer of recycled rubber tires, a series of tanks that capture and store up to 4,000 gallons of rainwater. Mike Garcia installs

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Pond World, Not yet an Industry

Water Garden News has splashed into the world of blogging. I’ve been invited to discuss the issues affecting our businesses and I welcome your comments. In my conversations with other pond builders, I’ve found much agreement that we can’t quite call the pond world an industry yet. We’re so small that we’re not really an industry, but more of a niche within the construction and landscaping industries.

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