Since 1987, Pro Care has lived by a simple philosophy: “Do what’s right, not just what’s cheap or easy.” Great work takes time, effort, & attention. We surround ourselves with people of high character who share our passion for delivering quality service. Ours is a culture of accountability, team building, hustle, & never missing an opportunity to reflect on the beautiful work we do.
We’re pros. When you work with Pro Care, you work with a business that puts professionalism and training first. Our business thrives on your feedback: When you’re happy, we’re happy — and when you’re not, we’ll do everything in our power to fix the situation.
We’re responsive. We pride ourselves on our attention to detail, from the way we mow patterns into lawns to knowing at what hour you prefer us to knock at your front door. Our smallest customer is just as important to us as our biggest customer.
We’re responsible. We work in nature all day, and we take our responsibility to it seriously. We’re always seeking ways to reduce waste and care for landscapes in a sustainable way.
We believe in quality. We’re lucky to work with customers who understand the value of beautiful landscaping and maintenance, and in return we never sell packages our customers don’t need. We believe a customized, open approach is better for our clients, our business, and our surroundings.
Pro Care serves Ada and Canyon counties, including Boise, Nampa, Caldwell, Meridian, Eagle, Garden City, Kuna, and Middleton. Schedule a consultation with us to discover what it’s like having a close friend in the landscape business.
We’ve been a proud member of the Treasure Valley community since 1987, and we’re happy to give back to causes that help make Idaho a better place.
- Shoes for kids at City Light
- Earthquake relief in Ecuador
- Zoo Boise rain forest garden & butterfly exhibit
- Rocky Mountain High School Rugby
- YMCA Camp at Horsethief Reservoir
- Idaho Theater for Youth
- Ride for Joy
- Rotary of Boise
- Garden City Library
- Idaho Shakespeare Festival
- American Heart Association
- Idaho Public Television
- Idaho Human Rights Campaign
- St. Luke’s Children’s Hospital
- United Way
- Bishop Kelly High School
- Local teen athletes