Abracadabra Landscape Corp. 
Award Winning Landscape Design & Installation

 

 

  • Certified "Smartscape" Professionals: Smartscape is a water conservation training program specifically designed for professionals in the landscape industry.

  • Rated "A" by Angie's List members (see reviews)

  • Awarded "Yard of the Quarter" in Litchfield Park, AZ

  • Awarded Best Landscape in Artemina

AZ/Roc License 200780                  623-594-2773


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          Founders: Jim & Julie Kauth
                                             

                     

   
    








                          







                                 
                                           





 

Abracadabra Landscape Corp. is a family-owned company that has been doing business in Arizona since 2001.  It was started by Jim & Julie Kauth.   Julie is one of just a few women in Arizona who hold both the residential and commercial Landscaping & Irrigation contractor's license.   



Our services include:

Designing low water usage and low maintenance landscapes

Outdoor Kitchens, BBQ/BARS 

Fireplaces & Fire Pits

Concrete Patios

Paver Patios

Flagstone Patios

Pergolas

Enclosed SPAS

Block Walls

Artificial Turf Grass

Real Turf Grass

Sprinkler Systems

Drip Systems

Outdoor Landscape  Lighting
Drainage Systems

We also are experts in Plant Material:  Trees, Shrubs, Groundcovers, Cactus, and Vines.  

Paul is certified as a Desert Landscape Professional from  the Desert Botanical Gardens.    


Irrigation: We design and install the most advanced irrigation systems using "Smart" Controllers, hydrometers, flow sensors, rain and freeze sensors, and advanced sprinkler systems that save 40% on evaporation loss. 

  

Why the name Abracadabra?  No, we are not magicians.  What we do is not magic, but takes hard work and commitment.  It takes faith to believe that what you are doing benefits others and will pay off in the long run.  The name was chosen because of the true meaning in the old Oxford English Dictionary, which states when the early Christians prayed for the sick, they prayed in the name of the Father, Son and Holy Ghost (the shortened version of that in the Hebrew language is Abracadabra).   When the non-believers saw the miracles, they thought it was magic!   That is how it became associated with a magical meaning.  In Aramaic it simply means, "I Create as I Speak".



   




 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
 
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