Creative Design Solutions For Real Estate & Home Improvement Projects
Discover a harmonious blend of real estate expertise, ecological design and wellness construction
See what Circlefoot’s 5 star regenerative landscaping solutions can do on your home and habitat when you meet our partners at Grow San Mateo.
Wellness Construction for Homes & Habitats
Living Lightly and in Balance with Nature
Health is wealth. And as investors we understand what that means within the built environment. We help customers advocate for environmental and financial wellness. Our projects are led with intention and dedication to quality, ethics and principles.
Circlefoot can help you with all your land and real estate needs. Contact Us for a free consultation today!
Our Clients Love Us
Our proudest moment is not when the job is completed, but when the client calls us back or refers us.
Over 75% of our clients request additional services, and 4 out of 10 of Circlefoot’s new clients are referrals from happy clients.
Restoring Landscapes, Homes & Communities
The benefits of working with Circlefoot are well documented. With a curated network of over 30 specialty services and suppliers who are leaders in their fields, we have been able to develop long term relationships with our clients making lasting impact.
Every human being living lightly and in balance on our planet. From land use to consumer choices to industrial processing, every choice that is made has the potential to have longstanding impact to our society and environment.
Circlefoot’s imprint is a collaborative one – with our clients, partners, and interest groups who desire a transition to a more just and ecologically regenerative economy.
“Our natural lands, water and air belong to everyone. We therefore have a responsibility to manage our part of it responsibly.”
– Diego Torrelio, Circlefoot Founder & CEO
The Circlefoot Ethos
Every living being belongs to an interconnected ecological system and each one of us has our part to contribute for today and tomorrow.
As humans, we live in community and therefore share a responsibility to treat one another with care, including our spaces and those with less than ourselves.
Like the Ohlone people who inhabited these lands, we will set limits to live in balance with nature and return any surplus to our ecosystem.