How much is Green Acres’ installation cost?
Our installation cost is approximately 75% of the cost of your material. Meaning if you purchase $500 worth of plants, the installation cost is minimum $375. The cost can vary depending on your location, and size of the materials.
*Our minimum is $175 for installation of material under $235.*
What does Green Acres’ installation cost include?
The installation cost includes the transporting, digging, adding compost, mulching, staking (when required), and 1 year warranty from date of installation. Is there a warranty if Green Acres’ does not install my plants? No, only plants that are installed by Green Acres have a 1 year warranty. Please ask your installer about their warranties prior to purchase.
What does Green Acres’ warranty include?
Green Acres 1 year warranty includes store credit for trees and shrubs that perish from natural poor health. The cost of the plant can be applied to a new plant or in-store credit for purchase of goods. The credit can not be applied to open balances or any deliveries/installations. The credit is only for the cost of the plant. Labor costs are not included and labor costs can not be credited or refunded.
What does Green Acres’ warranty exclude?
Our warranty excludes grass seed, sod, perennials, annuals, Crape Myrtles and Hibiscus Plants. It also excludes plant death or failure due to acts of nature (such as drought, high winds, or flooding) vandalism, deer damage, insect or disease damage and negligence. Our warranty does not include labor or delivery for the replacement plant nor removal of the dead plant. If the customer needs removal of dead plants, and re-installation of new material, there will be a charge of the original installation cost. Replacement material does not come with any warranty.
How can the homeowner protect their investment?
Most importantly, watering new material properly is the best way to ensure plant survival. We recommend water 2-3 times a week for 1-2 hours with a sprinkler to simulate a rain fall. By doing so you allow the entire root ball of the plant to be fully hydrated. Watering should be done for the first 12 months of the plants new environment (excluding winter dormancy months). Also, applying a slow release granular fertilizer in the Spring and Fall can improve plants growth and health. If the customer starts to see any issues with the plant, you should call Green Acres so the issue can be identified and the proper course of action can be taken.
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Effective on all material purchased after January 1st, 2018.