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Gene Ebertowski, President

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5 Misconceptions About a Commercial Landscape Service and The Drought!

Posted by Gene Ebertowski, President on Aug 11, 2017 9:19:00 AM

California and the Bay Area has historically experienced limited rainfall over the years, however, past experience has shown that the drought will eventually be back. This news is of particular importance, especially with the high cost of water not going down. Their is a vast amount of high water use landscaping that pertains to commercial lawn mowing and maintenance that must be maintained regularly by commercial and hoa landscape maintenance companies, and the challenge is to keep it looking great too.Drought friendly landscaping is the key to future success.

A Commercial Landscape Service that reveal's 7 critical steps 

  • Best Landscape Practices
  • Utility Rebates
  • Water Conservation Plan
  • Water Management & Irrigation
  • Recycled Water

Click here to get  our drought guide!

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Topics: Landscape Planning, Landscape Maintenance, commercial landscape design

A Commercial Landscape Service That Creates Relaxation in The Garden

Posted by Gene Ebertowski, President on Aug 7, 2017 9:06:00 AM

 

A A company that provides Commercial Office Landscape Service has a unique opportunity to improve exterior outdoor environments with well-designed and maintained landscaping. Our Commercial landscape architect's use 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.

Exercise, a sense of control; social activity and nature help reduce stress resulting in healthy outcomes.

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Topics: Landscape Planning, Landscape Maintenance, commercial landscape design

5 Ways an HOA Landscape Service Can Manage Water

Posted by Gene Ebertowski, President on Aug 4, 2017 9:13:00 AM

Keeping Your HOA Trees Healthy with Limited Water

Arid weather and soil conditions can significantly impact the life span of your valuable landscape assets. Because trees are difficult and expensive to replace, your trees should be a part of your commercial landscape service and must be monitored during and after periods of dry and hot weather.

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Topics: Synthetic Turf

5 Ways an HOA Landscape Service Can Manage Your Tree's

Posted by Gene Ebertowski, President on Aug 4, 2017 9:13:00 AM

Keeping Your HOA Trees Healthy with Limited Water

Arid weather and soil conditions can significantly impact the life span of your valuable landscape assets. Because trees are difficult and expensive to replace, your trees should be a part of your commercial landscape service and must be monitored during and after periods of dry and hot weather.

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Topics: Synthetic Turf

#1 HOA Landscape Service That Extends a Tree's Life!

Posted by Gene Ebertowski, President on Jul 21, 2017 9:34:00 AM

 

The #1 HOA Landscape Service That Extends a Tree's Life

When it comes to a home owners association landscape service, young trees in the wild grow strong naturally, without the help of stakes. In the woods, trees grow up in the shelter of taller trees and are not affected by wind. According to the University of Davis, young trees develop strong roots and trunks before they expend energy in growing vertically, and don't need staking. If you've planted a young tree in an open, windy environment, you may need to stake it until its roots are strong enough to anchor it properly.

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Topics: Tree Care

Misconceptions About a Commercial Landscape Service and Water Costs

Posted by Gene Ebertowski, President on Jun 23, 2017 9:52:00 AM

Click here to get  our drought guide!

California and the Bay Area has experienced limited rainfall in past years, however history shows that the drought in the bay area will never completely go away, especially with the high cost of water. Their is a vast amount of high water use landscaping like lawns that must be watered regularly in order for your commercial lawn service to keep it looking great.

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Topics: Landscape Planning, Landscape Maintenance, commercial landscape design

A Commercial Landscape Service Sets The Stage For Relaxation

Posted by Gene Ebertowski, President on Jun 16, 2017 9:21:00 AM

Property managers have a unique opportunity to improve their landscaping with a well-designed layout. 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.

Exercise, a sense of control; social activity and nature help reduce stress resulting in healthy outcomes.

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Topics: Landscape Planning, Landscape Maintenance, commercial landscape design

Want To Have an Awesome HOA Landscape Service? - Here’s How! (Clone)

Posted by Gene Ebertowski, President on Jun 9, 2017 9:33:00 AM

A Condominium Landscape Service That Protects Tree's

Managing and training personnel to maintain landscaping with horticultural fundamentals is the key to long term vigor and the appeal of plants and trees. Personnel should be trained on the proper way to edge the lawn at the base of trees in turf.

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Topics: Landscape Planning, Landscape Maintenance, Tree Care

3 Ways to Boost Your R.O.I. with a Commercial Lawn Service

Posted by Gene Ebertowski, President on May 17, 2017 8:09:00 AM

Having a well-run commercial lawn service is worth every penny spent going into the summer months, when everything is lush, blooming with color and drought tolerant.

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Topics: Landscape Planning

Commercial Landscape Contractor Welcomes Bay Area Rock Stars!

Posted by Gene Ebertowski, President on Apr 26, 2017 9:09:00 AM

Previously their has been a serious water shortage in many parts of California, and Bay Area Rockstars are breaking common ground having a big impact on local water supplies. In many of the drought stricken areas, lawns are being blamed for most of our water shortage. 

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Topics: Landscape Maintenance, Sustainable Landscaping, Water Management, irrigation management