Back to Nature Landcare, Inc.

Phoenix, Arizona 85009
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Our Story

Our company’s humble start began in 1999, when Matthew Edgar started All Seasons Lawn Care shortly after graduating from Business School at Arizona State University. With a truck, trailer, and 2 employees the company serviced Multi-Family apartment communities in the Phoenix Metro area. With a dedication to customer service and quality work, we quickly grew. Over the past 14 years, the company developed and expanded to handle Homeowners’ Associations, Business Parks, Condominium communities, Retail Centers, and Medical Plazas. During that time, we found that the biggest key to our success was the quality of our employees, or Team Members as we call them. 

To further our landscape abilities, the company added owner/partner Dave Londen in 2013. Dave brought over 3 decades of landscape knowledge and an understanding of sustainable landscaping to the organization. With his experience and commitment to customer satisfaction, the company added services to give value to communities through improved practices. To reflect this change, the company was reorganized as Back to Nature Landcare Inc. 

Today, we are extremely proud of the many Team Members who have helped us achieve unprecedented success. Many of them have been together for the last 12-14 years and we look forward to many more years to come.

What We Do

Products and Services

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CSI Codes

Our standard scope of services includes the following CSI Master Format™ code(s).

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Associations & Memberships

ACE (Alliance for Construction Excellence)
ALCA (Arizona Landscape Contractors Assn.)
AMA (Arizona Multihousing Assn.)
CAI (Community Associations Institute)

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