All California Landscape Contractors Assocation East Bay Chapter member contractors are licensed, bonded and insured. They are committed to building and sustaining healthy and beautiful landscapes for Californians and their families through efficient use of resources, ongoing training, public education and community service.

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Sooner or later, most people will hire someone to landscape their house, an apartment building they own, or a city block of business offices. Regardless of the size of the landscape project you’re contemplating, its success may well depend on some careful planning and the hiring of a landscape and irrigation contractor who is licensed by the state.

How to Hire a Licensed Landscape Contractor

State law requires anyone who contracts to do landscape work to be licensed by the Contractors State License Board, if the total price of the job (including labor and materials) is $500 or more. Licensed contractors are regulated by laws designed to protect the public, are bonded, and must complete four years of journey- or higher-level experience in the same trade to apply for a license. Unlicensed persons, typically, are not bonded and may not have liability or workers’ compensation insurance. If you hire an unlicensed person, you may be financially responsible if injuries, fire, or other property damage results.

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4 Steps to a Professional Landscape

Whether it’s your first home or your dream home, here are 4 STEPS you can take to ensure that your NEW LANDSCAPE exceeds your needs and meets your DREAMS:

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Be sure your contractor is licensed.