Clean Air provides sustainable lawn care

Clean Air Lawn & Garden Care, based in La Jolla, is bringing a new focus to the industry: sustainability.

“The No. 1 thing that we are is a non-polluting, gas-free service,” said Ankist Zadeyan, owner-operator of the local franchise. “We provide excellent groundskeeping, lawn maintenance and gardening, but we do it without polluting and smelly gasoline and with less noise.”

Zadeyan noted his equipment is electric-powered, running off battery packs.

Clean Air also uses high-grade fertilizer. Said Zadevan: “Everyone else uses chemical or toxic fertilizers: We don’t.”

Additionally, said Zadeyan, Clean Air “works with irrigation systems to make sure we’re not wasting any water.”

Services Clean Air provides include organic fertilization and soil treatment customized to region and soil type, weed control, trimming of turf areas adjacent to curbs, sidewalks, driveways and patios, edging at the start of service each season and maintained through the year, as well as blowing of sidewalks, patios, porches and driveways with each mowing.

“We’re a local, friendly, personable service,” said Zadeyan, adding employees are fluent in foreign languages.

Clean Air Lawn & Garden Care serves primarily coastal and central San Diego, providing a comprehensive list of services including best- practices gardening, water-wise management and eco-friendly, safe fertilizers and soil amendments.

The company services residential accounts, HOAs, commercial properties, apartment complexes, schools like Gillispie in La Jolla, churches and retirement communities.

Accessible turf areas are mowed per customer-service agreement. Grass clippings are mulched when possible, composted on site, or removed to an organic waste recycling center.

“We’re also competitively priced,” said Zedayan. “We do this without any carbon footprint. The technology we provide leads to sustainable landscape maintenance.”

For more information call (858)736-6316 or visit www.cleanairlawncaresandiego.com.

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