Clintar Landscape Management is an industry leader in horticulture certification and employs more certified landscape technicians than any other company of its kind. Clintar certified professionals are trained in best landscape management practices to ensure your property consistently receives the high level of service required to truly impress.
From grounds maintenance and water management, to seasonal flower beds and tree and shrub care, our certified professionals are committed to providing nothing less than total and complete satisfaction.
Certified Landscape Technician (CLT)
The Certified Landscape Technician program shows our commitment to best practices in softscape installation, hardscape installation, turf maintenance, ornamental maintenance and irrigation systems, and helps ensure our landscapes create lasting impressions.
Certified Landscape Professional (CLP)
Through the Certified Landscape Professional program, we are dedicated to ensuring that each and every client, contractor, volunteer and fellow employee entering the workplace is safe. Health and Safety plays a large role in Clintar’s commitment to excellence.
Certified Snow Professional (CSP)
The Certified Snow Professional (CSP) certification ensures high standards of professionalism and excellence in snow and ice management services. The program encourages environmental responsibility and recognizes those who have demonstrated a high level of competence within the profession.
Certified Irrigation Technician (CIT)
Grounds irrigation is an essential part of maintaining your landscape investment and responsible water management is a key component of sound environmental practice. The CIT program was developed to prove a standard of competency in irrigation design, installation and maintenance. Clintar is proud to subscribe to this important program, providing a higher level of knowledge and expertise to every irrigation system we install.
Landscape Certified Industry Manager (CIM)
The CIM program focuses on the training and development of the core business skills required to run a successful horticulture operation. Candidates earn their CIM by successfully completing a series of written evaluations in the areas of Financial and Legal, Human Resources, Marketing, Leadership and Corporate Citizenship, and Horticulture Operations.