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Commercial Tree Care Service in San Jose and the Bay Area

Posted by Elizabeth Mendoza on Jul 17, 2018 7:17:00 AM

 

Commercial Tree Care Service in San Jose and the Bay Area

At FloraTerra, we understand your priority at a commercial office property is to keep things safe and aesthetically pleasing with minimal disruptions to your tenants. Our commercial tree care service supports your goals and objectives every step of the way.

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Topics: Landscape Maintenance, Tree Care

A Commercial Landscaping Service For Relaxation Gardens

Posted by Elizabeth Mendoza on Jun 19, 2018 8:38:00 AM

Commercial Real Estate Managers have a unique opportunity to improve their outdoor environment in corporate settings with well-designed and manicured landscaping.  Design  elements of the relaxation garden help reduce stress by incorporating design components of nature in the garden. The natural environment presents stimuli that supports and encourages relaxation and social group activities.
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Topics: Landscape Maintenance

5 Amazing Tips for Bidding Out Your Commercial Landscape Service

Posted by Elizabeth Mendoza on Jun 5, 2018 8:30:00 AM

Bidding Out Your Commercial Landscape Service

Your commercial landscaping service does more than just preserve property value by increasing curb appeal; a beautiful landscape also sets a positive first impression for residents and visitors. Bay Area-area HOAs and Commercial Property owners can successfully hire a professional landscaping service by following a couple of steps:

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5 Ways an HOA Landscape Company is making an Impact!

Posted by Elizabeth Mendoza on May 1, 2018 9:18:00 AM

 

Retail, Residential Apartment Community and Commercial properties are very noticeable during the day light hours. Monument Signs and frontage are clean and very visible. Lawn areas are green and vibrant. Flowers and Plants are swagger with beautiful colors under the sun. Walkways and architectural lines flow. In daylight hours your property looks great. But does it show well at Night?

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Topics: Landscape Planning, Water Management

A Commercial Landscape Service Must Do MoreThan Mow, Blow and Go

Posted by Elizabeth Mendoza on May 1, 2018 8:30:00 AM

A Commercial Landscaping Company Taking It to The Next Level

Great customer service is much more than mowing, blowing  and moving on to the next property. Consider solidifying your relationship with your Commercial Landscaping Service, read more.

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Topics: Landscape Planning, Landscape Maintenance, Tree Care

5 Water Wise Plants Used by Our Commercial Landscape Company

Posted by Elizabeth Mendoza on Mar 27, 2018 9:06:00 AM

Succulents are ideal for the drought conditions for commercial landscape company settings. For most corporate and bay area properties, 50% of outdoor watering is used for landscape maintenance and using drought tolerant plants in its place can save up to 50% or more. Succulents were originally introduced into the bay area for their drought tolerant characteristics and there low maintenance advantages. 

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Topics: Landscape Planning, Water Management

5 Eco Friendly Trends Emerging In Commercial Landscape Service's

Posted by Elizabeth Mendoza on Mar 15, 2018 9:34:37 AM

As a leading Bay Area Landscape Service, here’s what we have learned over the last couple of years about eco-friendly landscaping, plants we once thought needed tons of water to thrive and bloom and are doing just fine with a fraction of the water once used. Our Corporate Campus Landscape Management continues to stay green and is blooming in spite of the mandatory drought restrictions mandated by local water agencies.

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Topics: Landscape Planning, Water Management

10 Hardy Grasses Used by Our Commercial Landscape Company

Posted by Elizabeth Mendoza on Mar 12, 2018 8:23:00 AM

10 Drought Friendly Grasses used in Corporate Landscape Service's

Low maintenance landscaping can be drought resistant and appealing to the eye. What property manager or owner wouldn’t want to get those qualities out of their commercial landscaping service — at the same time? One way to achieve your goal is through the appropriate design and use of drought resistant landscaping.

Today, drought tolerant grasses are gaining popularity and demand for those that want a low maintenance commercial lawn service, other benefits include the low maintenance aspect and pest free benefits. Available in multiple colors, textures and sizes, they are also appealing for hoa and apartment landscaping. When used appropriately, your commercial landscape maintenance service will provide year around interest, this type of plant material can be used as accents or ground cover, and can even in raised decorative containers. 

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Topics: Landscape Planning, Landscape Maintenance, Tree Care

3 Way's to Improve Your Commercial Landscape Maintenance Budget

Posted by Elizabeth Mendoza on Feb 21, 2018 9:23:00 AM

 

Budgeting For Your Commercial Landscape Maintenance

Commercial Landscape Management should include processing the budgeting, whether during the initial development phase or during on-going operations, should start early enough to collect all the necessary information.

Preparation of your initial landscape operating budget should be done carefully, as should preparation of any budget. Realistic income and expense expectations should be used to prepare the operating budget.

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Top 3 Tips For An HOA Landscape Service

Posted by Elizabeth Mendoza on Feb 1, 2018 8:20:00 AM

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Spring and Summer is a great time to refresh your bark mulch in your Home Owners Association Landscaping Service. Mulching is beneficial for your property but can also cause damage if not installed appropriately. The damaging effects occur when mulch is applied in excessive amounts. Suffocation occurs when the bark is piled around the base of your trees and plants. The effects of excessive mulching cause decay because of the high water retention rate inviting disease and harmful pathogens to enter into the plants bark. 

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Topics: Landscape Planning, Landscape Maintenance, Tree Care

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