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Our Services

Landscape Maintenance

What is included? 

The term “landscaping maintenance” can lead one to believe it includes a number of different services but is a fairly vague term. Here at JS Landscape Solutions, our landscaping maintenance services include mowing, pruning, tree removal, edging, cultivation, fertilization, and broadleaf application. While a few of these terms are obvious landscaping terms that most people know about, such as mowing and tree removal, many people do not truly know what the other services entail.


Pruning is the fairly common and well-known service of removing parts of a plant such as limbs, roots, and other parts. It is performed for reasons such as keeping plant health, reducing falling branch risks and removing dead or diseased portions of the plant, as well as other reasons. Another service that Hanson performs in their landscaping maintenance services often is edging. Edging is simply creating an edge around the desired area using tools such as a spade or edger. This is done to draw the line between your landscaping features and other things such as your lawn. Generally, mulch or topsoil is placed inside the edged area to add visual appeal to the landscaping features.

Landscape Lighting

What is the Best Landscape Lighting?

Most landscape lighting today is low voltage, and with good reason. Unlike 120-volt systems, it’s safer to work with and less costly to install. And though low-voltage lights receive one-tenth the power, thanks to a step-down transformer, there’s no limit to the effects they can achieve, from ethereal moonlight beamed down from a tree canopy to a subtle glow that washes over a low garden wall. More than just picking the right hardware, a pleasing lighting scheme is also about artistry.

Sprinkler and Drainage Systems

A fierce torrential downpour can transform even the prettiest lawn into an ugly expanse of swamp land. Without a proper drainage system, standing water woes can range from the spawning of mosquitoes and other unwanted pests to encroaching fungus and disease. Most trees, shrubs, and other forms of plant life are unaccustomed to overly-saturated soil, which can cut off oxygen and lead to , killing your greenery and flowers.


What’s more, unchecked erosion can yield tremendous and costly problems, from water seepage into a home’s basement to significant foundation damage.

Lawn Aeration

The Why, the When, and the How

Providing for your grass entails dealing with thatch—which, along with compacted soil (see below), lies at the heart of the matter.

The build-up makes it difficult for your lawn to breathe.  performed in spring or fall helps control lawn thatch. The process of lawn aeration (sometimes misspelled as “aeration”) can be as simple as poking holes in the soil here and there (so-called “spiking”), but this would work only for superficial cases. For those in greater need of lawn aeration, this haphazard approach will not be sufficient: you will need to perform. You should also faithfully remove as much lawn thatch as you can in fall by raking deeply, rather than just skimming the autumn leaves off the top of the lawn.

Property Clean-ups

Cleaning up your property for the new season or after a storm can be a big job. Our team at J&S Solutions can handle it for you. Our landscaping and lawn maintenance professionals service all kinds of customers in the San Diego area, residential and commercial, homeowners, renters, property managers, realtors, and home investors. No lawn cleanup job is too big or small… our only concern is that the yard cleanup job is completed to your 100% satisfaction.

We will make your yard beautiful again!

Weed Abatement

How the process works

Parcels are added to the Abatement Program in a number of ways.  The most common is for an inspector to see a hazard in person.  The office also receives complaints from the community and service requests or referrals from other public agencies like the fire department or public works.  An inspector will verify that a hazard exists, photograph the hazard, and record the location of the parcel with a GPS (Global Positioning System).

Your jurisdiction will adopt a resolution declaring properties as having potential fire hazards from weeds or other combustible debris a public nuisance.  In addition, your jurisdiction will hold a public hearing to consider an abatement order to require you to remove any hazardous vegetation or combustible debris.  The public hearing provides an opportunity for the property owner to raise any objections to the requirement that they remove the fire-hazardous vegetation/debris from the property prior to the deadline.