The summer part of 2017 is an excellent time to start planning for your next commercial landscape service. Not every service is required every year, so what’s on the calendar for this year? Does the lawn need renovation? Do you need to upgrade your irrigation system? Is it time for a landscape upgrade?
There are a number of ways to reduce your commercial landscape service. There are also ways to reduce water costs. However, sometimes it requires some upfront planning in order to reduce the amount of water applied by your commercial landscaping service. Below are a few ideas and suggestions.
If you understand the benefits of low maintenance landscaping, and scheduling this important service at the right time of the year helps in many ways. Read on and you’ll understand why it is so important.
What are you doing to reduce water consumption on your property? In the bay area, although we have received rainfall, the cost of water contues to rise. Here are some ways your commercial lawn service can help you save money on your water costs.
4 Trends you appreciate from your commercial landscape service
In order to get what you want from your commercial lawn service you must communicate with them. Everyone has an idea of what they want their property to look like as well as expectations of the company that is providing their service on a regular basis. FloraTerra takes these queues to heart, so how do you communicate them?
Container Gardens are the perfect match for a Bay Area Landscape Service
FloraTerra is a commercial landscape installation and maintenance company. But even though we spend a great deal of our time designing and installing commercial landscaping of all sizes, we have a big interest for designing and installing container gardens!
Why should you consider a container garden? There are plenty of reasons, but we’ve provided a few good ones below.
There are so many different types of commercial property landscape management. From large multi complex buildings to single building properties and no two landscapes are similar.
At FloraTerra we have had some clients that have asked questions about the management of their water and how we can help them on their landscape service. Considering the immediate bay area drought and water agency restrictions, you’re certainly not alone and have someone that you can turn to if you need help in this area. With those challenges in our forefront, let’s take a look at some common water management challenges we see on commercial landscapes and some solutions on how to manage them.
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.
Topics: Landscape Planning
4 LITTLE SECRETS
People want to feel a sense of pride when they walk up to your property. Clients and Property Owners expect their property managers to provide the highest level of a commercial landscape service. That must include commercial lawn maintenance. It also means curbs, gutters and landscape frontage that are free of weeds, trash and debris. Ownership expects to see flowering entrances, and pathways that are clear, neat and tidy in appearance. And safety’s a factoring concern throughout the entire year as well: Pro-active landscape maintenance will help mitigate liability.
Some commercial landscape maintenance companies specialize in providing ways to freshen up your property and bring it back to life. First impressions of your property can make an impact on how clients and visitors perceive your corporate image.
You don’t necessarily need a large budget to keep your property looking great, there are a few simple upgrades that you can do to engage the public’s perception and positive interest of your property.
Topics: Landscape Planning
In recent past,there has been a serious water crises in many parts of California and proper commercial lawn maintenance can have a big impact on local water supplies. In many drought stricken areas, lawns are being blamed for most of our water shortage. While this may be true, it does not mean we have to give up on lawn all together. A well-managed lawn area, made up of the appropriate grass types, soil composition, and chemistry can be functional, pleasing and water efficient.