LANDSCAPE INSPECTION GUIDELINES
INSTRUCTIONS & INSPECTION REQUIREMENTS
The landscape inspection report requires that you provide pictures of the all the landscape areas and report any trouble areas.
Please review the instructions below on taking landscape pictures.
Once you have all the pictures please email them to firstname.lastname@example.org
The subject of of the email must be formatted in the following way: RSF - “Your Street Address” - Landscape Inspection. For example: RSF - 2 Idaho Way - Landscape Inspection
Landscape in front of the property.
Landscape in side(s) of Property. - (Some properties may have landscaping in just one side, or none at all.)
Landscape in the back of the property.
Picture of the Valve Box.
Picture of the water clock.
Pictures of any trouble areas.*
When taking long shot pictures include the whole property in the shot, and from different angles as well so we can see the landscape areas from various perspectives.
1. Landscape in front of the property.
2. Landscape in side(s) of Property. - (Some properties may have landscaping in just one side, or none at all.)
3. Landscape in the back of the property.
4. Pictures of any trouble areas.*
SAMPLE LONG SHOTS
CLOSE UP SHOTS
1. Landscape in front of the property. - Close in on the different areas of the front landscape. Some areas have front lawns. Others have bushes and other plants by the property. Some properties have sections with rock and desert landscaping. Make sure to take as many pictures and you need.
2. Landscape on the side of the property. If your property has plants and bushes on the side make sure to get pictures of all the plant areas. The water valve may also be here.
3. The back of the property will have a variety of areas of landscape. In the back yard you can have a variety of landscape areas that have trees, bushes, and plants on the back wall of the property, on sides, next to pools. Make sure to pictures of all these different areas.
4. Picture of the valve box.
5. Picture of the water clock.
6. Include close up pictures of trouble areas.*
Debris buildup, overgrown weeds, bushed or trees that have not been trimmed, dead or dry plants and grass, irrigation leaks, and rock/gravel areas that are thinned out and sparse.