The team of professionals at AVC has extensive experience in providing the most effective and efficient aquatic vegetation management programs in Florida. This experience includes managing exclusive golf course and luxury residential waterways for the private sector as well as, controlling nuisance vegetation in public drainage systems and federal navigational waters. Whether it is public or private, each project is conducted to the complete satisfaction of the client. The quality, value, and responsible stewardship of management programs that have set AVC apart are assured by the employment of well-trained and courteous professionals, the use of state of the art equipment, adherence to proprietary application methods and herbicide mixes, and the general understanding that we professionally represent each client in the eyes of their residents or constituents.
AVC offers fully integrated vegetation management programs consisting of the selective use of herbicides, introduction of triploid grass carp for the control of submerged plants, inoculations of approved bacteria colonies for providing clearer water with reduced bottom sediments, use of sequestering agents to alter nutrient cycling, installation of lake aeration systems and floating fountains for aesthetics and healthier waterways, native plantings, and mechanical or hand removal as needed in special circumstances. This integrated approach allows for the maintenance of healthy, aesthetically pleasing waterways while providing residents with a safe and affordable management program.
HOA / POA Ponds and Lakes, Golf Course Waterways, Residential Lakes, Drainage Rights-of-Way, Urban Waterways, Stormwater Treatment Areas, Canals, State and Federal Waterways
We Serve clients throughout southeast Florida including West Palm Beach, Palm Beach, Delray Beach, Boynton Beach, Boca Raton, Port St. Lucie, Lake Worth, Wellington, Riviera Beach, Palm Beach Gardens, Fort Pierce, Vero Beach, Jupiter Island, North Palm Beach, Lake Park, Stuart, Palm City , Jensen Beach and surrounding areas.