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Travertine Floor

After the Travertine Tile Cleaning, our services includes polishing and sealing of the floor.

Marble Floor

After the Marble Tile Cleaning, our services includes polishing and sealing of the floor.

Mexican Pavers

After the Mexican Paver Cleaning, our services includes low natural gloss or high gloss polishing and sealing of the floor.

Wall Tile

After the Wall Tile Cleaning, our services includes polishing and sealing.

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Restoration of Tile, Stone, Concrete, Carpet Floors for Coachella, Palm Springs, Cathedral City, Rancho Mirage, Palm Desert, Indian Wells, La Quinta, Indio and for the rest of the Coachella Valley.

Brilliant Floors Restored is a professional stone cleaning and restoration company that specializes in services ranging from performing routine maintenance on stone floors and granite counter tops to solving complex tile, grout and stone problems. Our Partners combined have been in the floor restoration business for over forty years and with our knowledge we can help you to preserve and maintain your investment of lasting beauty in natural stone.


We believe that landscaping is an art, not a skill.  Our goal is to provide an organic design to alternative desert residential and commercial landscapes.

"From a Mansion to a Smaller House, we give the same excellent service and final results"

Landscaping Cleaning

Custom landscaping is the beautifying statement that says how proud you are of your home.  However, with the purchase of a new home, often homeowners will postpone the most visible and truly final touch to the property due to budget restrictions.  We are able to provide phase work and do it within budget. 

Our professional landscape designers will work with you from initial concept through completion, coordinating all aspects of construction - from installation of brick walkways, patios, the building of decorative walls, to the planting of trees and shrubs. We will be there to carefully orchestrate this process so that your dreams can become your reality.

Design Services:

  • Development of program and budget for project
  • Site analysis and conceptual design
  • Landscape design and implementation plan
  • Coordination of any necessary approvals
  • Facilitate presentations of project to public meetings as required
  • Oversee the construction process and coordinate partnered subcontractors in the project
  • Warranty follow-ups

Planting and Lawn Installation

  • Plant selection and layout
  • Soil preparation amendments
  • Bed edges as specified: plastic, steel, wood, aluminum, hand spade.
  • Appropriate mulch for beds: stone, shredded bark, peat moss with additives, leaf
  • Topsoil procurement and placement
  • Finish grading
  • Fine grading
  • Placement of seed, fertilizer, and straw mulch
  • Placement of sod

Lawncare and Maintenance

  • Drygranular - fertilization programs
  • Mowing and edging
  • Cor aeration
  • Overseeding
  • Weed control
  • Spring-Fall cleanup

Shrub and Tree Care

  • Renewal pruning
  • Aesthetic shaping
  • Fertilization and pest control
  • Mulching

Perennial Plants and Bedcare

  • Plant dividing and rejuvenation
  • Transplanting
  • Mulching
  • Fertilization
  • Winterizing
  • Eradication
  • Pre-emercandt and post emerging weed control

Landscape Lighting

  • Design and layout
  • Renovation and maintenance
  • Low voltage systems
  • Pathlighting
  • Uplighting
  • Downlighting
  • Architectural Highlighting
  • Security
  • Seasonal

Landscaping Cleaning

Maintenance service- we are experts in the care of perennials, trees, shrubs, annuals, bulbs and groundcovers. As managers of your landscape, we provide you with overall grounds maintenance including lawn care, arbor culture and snow removal. With your help, we will determine your needs and provide you with a management plan for the entire year. You only deal with one contractor for all your landscape needs.

Our staff is very well trained to detect pests, disease, and cultural problems with plants and to determine the best course of action to bring them to optimal health. Our Company has a history of utilizing organic methods of care whenever possible. We also have licensed chemical applicators on staff. Our service is dependable and our staff is professional, knowledgeable and personable.

Our goal is bring out the very best in your landscape.


Pruning, planting, dividing and transplanting, mulching, edging, fertilizing, weed control, pest control, spring and fall clean-up, diagnostic testing and annual and perennial bed design.

Our Company provides high quality landscape design, installation and maintenance services. We are committed to excellence on every job. We strive to find out the needs of our clients and to satisfy their goals. As our name implies, we explore and offer design that is sensitive, innovative and creative, while developing a landscape that enhances your lifestyle. Keeping ahead of new trends in landscaping and the products we use is important to us. Whether it is a small or large job, we search for the most harmonious and functional solution to the problem we are solving.

A steady growth of loyal clients has been the backbone of the company’s success. We are experienced with both residential and commercial landscaping projects. We work within a wide range of design genres and have a thorough knowledge of plants hardy to zones 3, 4 and 5. As growers of much of our nursery stock, we can advise you on the right plants for your location. Our staff is professional, efficient and easy to work with.   We work as a team to meet your needs and provide you with a landscape that you can enjoy for years to come.



Our Company Gardening and Landscapes Associates has been installing high quality landscapes and gardens for the past 20 years in the Coachella Valley. Our commitment to innovative design is realized in many of the beautiful projects that can be seen throughout Madison and the surrounding area. Our landscape staff are be highly experienced, professional and efficient. They are skilled in all aspects of landscape construction and planting. As a company we are committed to ongoing education for our staff to keep abreast of new trends in our industry. We strive to bring our clients the best quality product possible. Services include


Construction of walls, patios, walkways, grading, drainage correction, installation of lawns, mulching, edging, lighting and irrigation, ponds and water features, planting of trees, shrubs, perennials, annuals, bulbs and groundcovers.

Gardening/Landscaping/Plant Facts

These gardening tips and landscaping ideas will help you make the outside of your home as beautiful as the inside.

  • Watering your lawn can be a tricky task as watering too much can be as harmful as too little. Too much water drains nutrients, including fertilizer, out of the soil and drives it down beyond the root system. Apply only enough water to soak the soil slightly below the roots. On average roots are 6 to 8 inches deep.

  • Some vegetable plants and flowers are easier to start from seed. Marigolds, zinnias, squash and corn are good easy-to-start flowers and vegetables for the beginner gardener.

  • Mulch retains water and keeps weeds at bay, but you should resist the temptation to mulch an area at the same time you plant seeds. Mulch can smother new seedlings and may keep the soil too cool to promote proper germination. One solution is to germinate seeds in flats or six-pack trays. Then mulch your beds. When the seedlings are properly rooted, plant them through the mulch and into the soil.

  • With so many perennials to choose from, it is easy to find one that suits your site, soil and style. Before buying always check the plant for signs of disease and poor growth, and only select healthy specimens. Things to look for: strong, healthy top growth; disease-free vigorous leaves; moist soil mix free of weeds and moss; established thriving roots.
  • Plant deciduous trees (the type that lose their leaves in winter) on the south side of your house. They will provide summer shade without blocking winter sun. Plant evergreens on the north to shield your home from cold winter winds.

  • Many people water their lawns in the late afternoon, thinking that is the best time in order to minimize evaporation. The best time to water is actually early in the morning. This allows water to soak down to root level before the day warms up. Another reason to get up early, or set your sprinkler timer, is that watering later in the day can leave grass wet all night which can lead to the formation of fungus.

  • Mulch comes in a variety of forms and is a great material for holding moisture in the soil and reducing weed infestations. Over time mulch can lose color making it somewhat less desirable in decorative planting areas. Aged pine bark mulch holds a great, uniform brown color for an entire season. Straight compost, which is black, will do the same. Light-colored mulch, such as cedar and hemlock, loses its color quickly.

  • Block sunlight from reaching weeds to stop growth in your vegetable garden. This can be done by spreading plastic or newspaper over the soil, but these materials can make it difficult for water to reach plant roots. A better choice is to use landscaping fabric. Cover the entire area before planting, anchoring with brick or wire clips. Then cover the area with mulch. Cut small holes in the fabric to plant your seeds.
  • Trees are a huge influence on a landscape so take time to locate them properly. Be careful when planting near a house — a tree that could spread 40 feet wide should be at least 20 feet from the house. Avoid planting where the tree will overhang your house, block a door, or obstruct a desirable view from inside. Plant where roots have ample room to grow. Don’t plant a tree beneath power lines if it will grow to be 25 feet tall or more. Don’t plant above underground utility lines. For help locating electric, cable, phone and water lines on your property, contact each of your utility companies directly.

  • Organic gardeners like to quote an old Chinese proverb: “The best fertilizer in the garden may be the gardener’s own shadow.” It is their belief that the daily attendance of a living presence, as opposed to a chemical or artificial one, may be the best tonic growing plants can have.

  • Your lawn will tell you when it needs water. Two signs are when the grass changes from green to gray-green and also when footprints remain when you walk across the lawn.

  • Spreading gritty alfalfa meal which is available from feed stores onto slippery walks helps provide traction on ice and snow. Plus, in the spring, the alfalfa serves as a nitrogen fertilizer for surrounding greenery.


  • You can clear weeds out of large vegetable gardens with ease using a wheel hoe. There’s no bending or stooping – just push the tool between the rows. Try one with double wheels for extra easy weeding. Just straddle the rows with the wheels.

  • Calendula, also called pot marigold, is an intriguing herb for imaginative cooks. Its bright, yellow-to-orange flower petals can turn buns and other baked goods a beautiful saffron yellow. Calendula petals have a slightly salty taste.

  • Although planting dates are printed on most seed packets, they’re easy to miss at planting time. Rewrite the date on each package in large letters, with a thick marker, and you won’t miss any sowing seasons.

  • Sage is a peculiar herb. It is known as a happiness barometer and thought to follow the fortunes of the house. Its growth will dwindle when evil days befall and miraculously revive when things are bright again.
  • A small raised garden can be planted earlier in the spring, with more plants close together, and watered only when the weather is dry. They are easy to grow plants in and you can have something growing nearly all the time.

  • If you don’t have a green thumb or you need greenery in a hard-to-reach place, it is best to go with dried or artificial arrangements rather than not using them at all. Greenery adds natural sereneness to a space.

  • Topdressing means applying a layer of fertilizer, mulch or compost to enrich the soil.

  • You can extend the flowering season by planting in both the warm and the cool microclimates of your yard. Patches of melting snow create a simple map for you to follow.
  • A garden hose makes a handy tool for choosing a shape for a new flower bed. Arrange and rearrange the hose until you find an outline you like. Push your mower alongside the hose to see how maintenance-friendly the border is.

  • Never water plants with tap water direct from the faucet; it contains chemicals that could harm your plants. Let tap water sit overnight before using it to water plants.

  • When you choose perennials, consider which have the best flowers, but don’t ignore the leaves. In your garden, beautiful blooms will catch your eye first — interesting leaves, though, will keep your attention once the flowers have faded.

  • When you’re heading out to the garden, grab your child’s sled. Load the tools and plants on board and slide them easily around the yard. This is also a great way to gather weeds.
  • Annual flowers germinate, grow and die within one year. Most produce a large number of flowers in one season, resulting in lots of seeds that help guarantee new plants the following year. Flowering quickly, they are ideal for impatient gardeners eager to experiment with color, texture and form.

  • No fruit is more fickle about its habitat than the strawberry. Each region has favorite varieties; the same sort may give radically different results on neighboring lots. Consult your local extension agent or plant nurseries for recommendations.

  • Many house plants thrive in the steamy and humid atmosphere of a kitchen, so use their lush foliage to enhance a country scheme or liven up a windowsill.

  • Combine beauty and utility in your gardens by mixing edible flowers in with your veggies and planting a border of red-leaved lettuce or herbs around a flower bed.
  • The clothesline was a backyard necessity before the advent of the clothes dryer, and even today people continue to prefer the fresh smell that only sun drying provides. To turn the poles into a landscape asset, plant climbing annuals at the base.

  • Keeping your hedges and shrubs pruned around your home keeps areas from being hidden and making theft more easily attainable. Overgrown plants offer intruders a place to hide while they attempt to break in.

  • Get rid of pests while beautifying your yard. Avoid using insecticides by planting marigolds, basil, mint, chives, onions and chrysanthemums near or in your garden. Secretions from these and many other plants act as a natural insect repellent.



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Restoration of Tile, Stone, Concrete, Carpet Floors for Coachella, Palm Springs, Cathedral City, Rancho Mirage, Palm Desert, Indian Wells, La Quinta, Indio and for the rest of the Coachella Valley.