Welcome to Vancouver Island's premier full service landscaping and property maintenance company. If you are looking for a company whose proven track record and high standards over the past 19 years speaks for itself, you have come to the right place.
We are 100% locally owned and operated, right here in our community. We answer to you not some corporate office in eastern Canada or the United States. We are an independent company, not a franchise and we work for you, the customer. We know local soil conditions, the weather patterns and how to select the right plants, seeds and products for our unique environmental conditions.
We are not your average landscape company. Our commercial, residential and specialty divisions make Pro-West Services an industry leader.
- HYDRO SEEDING: residential, commercial, lawns, erosion control, re-vegetation
- LANDSCAPING: installation, design, re-landscaping, and renovations
- LAWN CARE: fertilizer, lime, weed control, core aeration, power raking.
- LAWN CUTTING: weekly, bi-weekly schedules, vacation cuts.
- GROUNDS MAINTENANCE: pruning, spring and fall clean ups.
- SMALL LOAD TRUCKING: Top soil, bark mulch, fish compost, bedding sand.
- UNDERGROUND SPRINKLERS: installation, repairs, renovations, winterizing, system audits and up grades
We have been servicing residential and commercial clients on Vancouver Island since 1991. Our client base is extensive, servicing properties in Ladysmith, Nanaimo, Nanoose Bay, Parksville, Qualicum Beach, Port Alberni, Bowser and Deep Bay.
Our commercial hydro-seeding division works for clients in Victoria, Duncan, Nanaimo, Nanoose Bay, Parksville, Qualicum Beach, Comox Valley, Campbell River, the Okanagan Valley and the Lower Mainland.
A team of knowledgeable, professionals are dedicated to ensuring that you receive the highest quality care and work to enhance the appearance and reflect the true value of your property at a fair and reasonable guaranteed price.
FULLY CERTIFIED, INSURED AND WCB COVERED.
Irrigation Industry Association
of British Columbia