Aaron is an owner at Cagwin & Dorward, a leading landscape contractor firm. He has managed construction of estate, commercial and public landscape projects, throughout Northern California since 1996, including multiple Bay-Friendly Rated Landscapes. He’s served on the Board of Directors for the Bay Friendly Coalition and the advisory boards for WaterNow and California Center for Urban Horticulture (CCUH). He earned a B.S. in Ornamental Horticulture from Cal Poly SLO, is a Landscape Industry Certified Manager & Technician and a Certified Landscape Irrigation Auditor.
There are many reasons to convert to low water-use plantings, and many approaches to selling it. Consider the opportunity to improve your sales close ratio by presenting a project proposal which includes savings in operating expenses – water and service. When an investment in landscape renovation can pay for itself in a reasonable time-frame, many decision makers will give stronger consideration to the proposal.
Return-on-Investment (ROI): Landscape conversion delivers a return-on-investment. Investing now will pay for itself and deliver payback for years to come. How do you calculate those savings?
**This workshop counts for 1.5 Bay-Friendly Qualified Professional CEUs
This event is sponsored by:
Devil Mountain Wholesale Nursery