Katy Landscaping – Earth Ideas Landscaping – Katy TX Landscaping

August 17, 2019

Katy landscaping Katy landscaping has been beautifying Houston
and surrounding communities since 1995. We are a full service landscape design, build,
and maintenance contracting company dedicated to providing the most professional, courteous,
and quality landscape contracting services to our clients. We pride ourselves on our creativity, quality
craftsmanship, and attention to detail. Our long-standing commitment to client service
helps provide a level of superior dedication to our customers. We look forward to working
with you and are confident you will find Earth Ideas Landscaping to be an outstanding choice
for your landscaping needs. Here at Katy landscaping we believe a truly
well though-out landscape design can complete a fine home. Our designers are committed to
creating landscapes that are visually beautiful, functional, and environmentally sound. Our
designs reflect the unique tastes, lifestyle, and needs of our clients. Beautiful landscapes require long-term vision
and proper management. Being a full-scope landscape contractor, Earth Ideas Landscaping
can offer tailored maintenance plans that will meet your property’s ongoing needs. From
the basic gardening, pruning, and lawn care to spring and fall cleanups, your landscape
will be maintained to ensure flourishing and healthy plantings. Here at Earth Ideas Landscaping we also offer
sprinkler installation and maintenance, patio installs, powerwashing, hydroseeding, fountains
and so much more. If you are ready to make your home have curb appeal then give Katy
landscaping a call at 713-462-4317. Katy Katy is located in three counties Harris,
Fort Bend, and Waller Counties. In 2010, the census showed the current population to be
14,102. The Katy and Katy area is a thriving community
west of Houston, often distinguished as “old Katy” or “the Katy area.” Old Katy is the
actual City of Katy, incorporated in 1945 and is located near the western edge of the
greater Katy area. Before the city’s incorporation boundary lines were drawn, the entire area
was known as Katy because Katy’s MKT Railroad Depot was the hub of all business in the vicinity.
Today the Katy area includes the City of Katy, but also the large sections of unincorporated
Harris, Fort Bend, and Waller counties and defined by the boundaries of the 181 square
miles Katy Independent School District. Greater Katy includes new upscale developments
and master planned communities, while encompassing developments from the 1970s and 1980s. Houston’s
extraterritorial jurisdiction reaches well west of the City of Katy, which means most
of the Katy area may be annexed by the City of Houston at some time in the future. The
City of Katy is an incorporated municipality that many never be annexed into Houston. The
City of Katy’s ETJ is limited to parcels of land west and north of the city itself.

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