Mission Statement

Our mission is to provide a long-term solution for clients that will beautify and enhance their environment while saving them time, energy, water and fertilizer. Your experience with Greenbee is just as important to us as the quality of the finished product. So that now and well after we’re done, our legacy carries on. “Greenbee Landscape, Still Planting Smiles!”

For consultations and estimates, call us in the landscape department at (661) 274-2331. ext. 2.

Greenbee Company Bio

Greenbee Landscape has been "Saving Water Beautifully" throughout the Antelope Valley.
Please call or visit our contact page to schedule your own consultation.


Here are a few tips on how to organize your own thoughts about switching out your struggling lawn to a low maintenance, visual delight that you can enjoy for years and years while saving water daily.


1. Don’t Panic

As you can see, we are all in the same boat. Conserving water may seem like an emergency, but re-landscaping is not. Take the time to research your options and develop a plan you can live with long term.


2. Collect Information

Online, in a scrapbook or take photos of things that you like. This collection will help us formulate a strategy that includes your favorite elements and features. Also, be prepared to share your dislikes, equally important. Look into possible rebates from your water provider and ask us about Financing options. Your contractor may be able to help lead you to these options.


3. Hire a Professional designer

Your water district has seen many examples of this type of work. They may have referrals. You probably will not require the services of an architect for a typical front yard, but should make sure you are dealing with someone experienced. At Greenbee Landscape we both design and build projects, however we also enlist the services of designers and sometimes architects. Because we are the builder, we will use our expertise to save you money! As we design, we are building the project according to your precise needs and budget. Using local materials and designing a project with few obstacles will pay off now and in the future. The design will quickly pay for itself before the work even starts! Remember the design will most likely become the first impression of your home, now and ten years from now so we need to get it right. We will commit to a firm completion date for your initial landscape design and estimate.


4. Use the plan to get an estimate

Landscape contractors should be licensed, bonded and insured. When you have a scale drawing all estimates are based on the same plan, apples for apples. Some things should be clarified, like the finished depth of the materials, origin of the plant material and type of irrigation supplies used. These questions might be part of the contractor qualifying phase. Find companies that are well known and will install an upgrade to your property, not a money pit that will need to be redone. Cheapest is usually not the best, but a ticket to Redo-ville a few years down the road. You can check a contractor’s license and insurance information at www.cslb.ca.gov. You might ask the following questions: How long have you been in business in the Antelope Valley? Do you have references? Can we see some of your work? Is your crew chief easy to talk to? Are you self-contained? (porta-poddy, water, etc.) Do you clean up the job site every day? Contractors should expect to answer these questions and more, until you are comfortable giving them a green light to inhabit and restructure your property.


5. Hire, Relax and Enjoy

If you have done the first four things and have a realistic budget you should be ready to go. Soon your yard will be transformed into a welcoming space that add value to your property and reduce stress while using a lot less water!

"You guys have been amazing. Very professional."