Are you looking for the best landscaping service in Plumas Lake? From full-service maintenance to hydroseed, we have all of your landscaping needs covered and over 40 years of experience to back it up.
Why Barrow’s Landscaping
Experienced Lawn Care Experts
We offer the best customer service, and we have more than 40 years of experience providing lawn care services to residents in communities throughout Northern California.
Timely Response Guarantee
One way that we provide excellent customer service is by guaranteeing a prompt response to your questions or service requests.
Status And Quality Reports
After every service visit, we will provide you with status and quality reports that show the work we have done and the condition of your lawn.
Weeds must be completely removed, including the roots, so they won’t grow back. We treat the whole weed, rather than what you see on the surface of your lawn. We design our treatments to completely eliminate and control weeds so you can have the beautiful, healthy, green lawn that you want.
Certified And Licensed Technicians
As a licensed weed control company, our technicians are certified, knowledgeable lawn care experts who will provide you with the best service possible.
Branded, Professional Presence
Our professional technicians are easily identified by their uniforms, and our vehicles are clearly marked with our company logo.
Our methods and procedures used in the design, construction, and maintenance of your landscape comply with the latest industry standards. Building on the principles of high-quality work, integrity, reliability, and outstanding customer service, we guarantee our customers quality results.
Plumas Lake Landscaping Resources
Plumas Lake, CA gets 22 inches of rain, on average, per year.
On average, there are 246 sunny days per year in Plumas Lake. The US average is 205 sunny days.
- Tall Fescue
- Bermuda Grass
- Native Bentgrass
About Plumas Lake
Located in Yuba County, Plumas Lake is a census-designated place (CDP) 30 miles north of Sacramento. Approximately 5,853 people make their homes in Plumas Lake.
With its beautiful landscape, rivers, and fertile farmland, Yuba County drew people who settled in the area in the 1800s. It also played a role in the California Gold Rush in the 1850s, when it was known as the gateway to the Mother Lode Country.
The top industries in Plumas Lake are public administration, retail trade, health care, and social assistance.
The cost of living is 94.5, which is less than the U.S. average of 100. With a median home value of $253,000 and a median rent of $1,930, residents can live comfortably in this affordable community.