JNR Home Improvements named the best landscaping company in the Antelope Valley by the Antelope Valley Press Newspaper.
Newspaper article text:
AV’S BEST LANDSCAPING
JNR Home Improvements, Inc.
39450 3rd St. East, Suite #127, Palmdale, (661) 544-8567
JNR Home Improvements has been the Antelope Valley and Santa Clarita Valley’s premier outdoor living space expert for over six years. The readers of the Antelope Valley Press have named JNR Home Improvements as AV’s Best Landscaping for 2018, which they can add to their number of awards for design and service that decorate the walls of the JNR showroom.
JNR Home Improvements can help you reimagine your yard, and make your yard the most enviable by your neighbors. From EasyTurf artificial turf and xeriscape, to concrete and interlocking paving stones, they take care of it all. And they’ve heard their clients loud and clear regarding the high demand for energy saving solar. In addition to their highly popular patio covers, they can even custom engineer a solar patio cover to fit your lifestyle. Many financing options are also available to meet your needs.
JNR Home Improvements has partnered with the best manufacturers in the country to become the only exclusive, authorized dealers and installers in the area. This allows them to provide the highest quality products, services and craftsmanship at an unmatched value.
“We offer high quality, low-maintenance, water-saving options that our clients can enjoy for many years. We save them money and time so they can get back to the things they love.”
JNR Home Improvements - enhancing lives, communities, and the environment one project at a time.
JNR Home Improvements will have a booth at this years California Poppy Festival in Lancaster. Stop by our booth to find out about our special promotion being offered to those who sign up for an appointment while at the event.
The Antelope Valley's Poppy Festival is held yearly in Lancaster at the Sgt Steve Owen memorial park. This event coincides with Earth Day each year.
Lancaster is known for its abundant California Poppy blooms that, each year, attract thousands of visitors to view the beautiful blankets of vibrant orange that cover the rural areas near the Antelope Valley Poppy Reserve.
While there aren't many Poppy blooms at the Steve Owen Memorial Park, the Poppy is celebrated with family friendly rides, musical performances, delicious food and vendors. After you have visited the JNR Home Improvements booth, feel free to take in all of the festivities.
See JNR Home Improvements at the California Poppy Festival April 21st and April 22nd at SGT Steve Owen Memorial Park. Located at 43063 N 10th Street West, Lancaster, CA, 93534 between 10AM - 6 PM. Our event booth will be staffed with friendly, knowledgeable employees that can help you schedule a design consultation on the spot. They will be happy to explain our very special Poppy Festival Promotion available to those who schedule an appointment while at the event.
The drought continues in Southern California
Despite what seemed to be weeks long storms drenching the Santa Clarita and Antelope Valleys in March, we have actually had a shortfall in measured precipitation in these areas. Using this seasons’ rainfall measurements taken at Lancaster, CA’s Fox Airfield, we can see that the Antelope Valley has only had approximately 30% of the rain necessary to be considered normal. We would have needed four times the amount of rain we saw just to begin pulling out of our drought. In fact, the Antelope Valley and Santa Clarita are currently experiencing a moderate to severe drought. (March 27th U.S. Drought Monitor)
Water, a precious resource being wasted on natural lawns
On average, Californians’ outdoor landscaping soaks up 55%-70% of a households total water usage. Our weekend stealing, gopher breeding, maintenance headache of a lawn (2,000 s.f. average) is using more water than anything else we do at home. In order to keep your lawn alive, you will need to water approximately 1” of water per week. 1” of water equates to roughly one gallon of water per square foot. An average 2,000 square foot lawn will require over 100,000 gallons of water each year just to stay alive. We can double this number to keep it lush and green. To put that amount in perspective, you could fill the average 15’X30’ in ground pool eight times with that same amount of water. When you see huge, City water storage tanks as you’re driving around, they are rarely larger than 50,000 gallons or, 6 months worth of your lawns water needs.
The bottom line is our lawns are wasting tremendous amounts of water. Water that we simply do not have to spare.
Drought tolerant landscaping saves water
Beautiful, low maintenance, drought tolerant landscaping can help save enormous amounts of water. A well designed xeriscape, dryscape or, desertscape style landscape can be very attractive. With natural looking dry river beds, artificial grass, decomposed granite walkways, decorative rock and drought tolerant plants, your yard can be more visually appealing as well as lower maintenance. Your yard would no longer commandeer your weekends with mowing, edging and fertilizing. A drought tolerant yard requires only a few minutes of maintenance per month, not hours per week.
Our company often utilizes artificial turf in our designs to soften the sometimes rigid look of a drought friendly yard. EasyTurf synthetic lawns require no water at all. Really, no water. Not only can we create a professionally designed yard that you can love, we can help you reduce or completely eliminate the need for water, fertilizer and pesticides. Installing our exclusive EasyTurf fake grass ensures that you can have a drought tolerant landscape while retaining a natural, lush green look and feel. Our “Backyards just got better” concept creates drought tolerant, family friendly yards. We can help you do your part to save this resource and look great doing it.
By JNR Home Improvements