As a commercial property owner, you may wonder about the ideal frequency for commercial landscape maintenance. While you want your property to look its best to create a positive first impression, unnecessary maintenance can put a strain on your landscaping budget. Here are some factors to consider about how often you should have your commercial landscape maintained.
Topics: landscape maintenance
Recently, E-landscape began work on landscape installation at the new $23 million project Chapel Springs Apartments. Chapel Springs is a four-story L shaped, garden style apartment complex that consists of 127 mutlifamily rental units designed specifically for seniors aged 62 years and older.
If the pool on your commercial residential property is lacking the right landscaping, there are several factors to consider. Getting your landscaping correct can make all the difference when it comes to providing your tenants with an enjoyable outdoor living space.
Topics: apartment buildings
Many businesses use commercial fertilizers to help their landscaping thrive. Commercial fertilizers used throughout many landscaping projects can do as much harm as good when it comes to the surrounding environment. Yes, they've proven to be effective fertilizers, but at what cost to the environment?
Topics: lawn maintenance
Spring is a time when landscapes thrive. Cleaning up winter muck and adding new plantings to a landscape design can showcase the appeal of surrounding structures. Yet, for a landscape to flourish, it must have the proper care and maintenance. It’s important to know what upkeep should be completed and when to do it.
Topics: landscaping maintenance
Contrary to the weather as of late, winters end is near. With that, it is almost time to stop worrying about ice and snow, and to start considering ways to prepare for the spring. While you may appreciate the warmer days; warmer days and cold nights can play havoc with your landscaping. Here are three ways to help protect your commercial landscape from the full brunt of the early spring’s thaw and freeze cycle.
Topics: winter maintenance
If previous years serve as any indication, it won't be long before we're fielding phone calls from commercial property managers who are eager to know what the impact of over-salting is on their commercial property. Especially with some of the frigid weather we've been having lately, keeping properties safe is always at the forefront of owners' minds.
Topics: landscape maintenance
A well maintained commercial landscape can add to the value of your property and landscape lighting is an important element of your overall design. There are many other benefits you can gain from adding lighting and here are a few of the reasons you don’t want to overlook this detail.
Now that your commercial property has been beautifully landscaped, it is important to maintain it. Professional landscape maintenance is the easiest way for you to ensure your property is in top shape all year long.
Any successful business transaction requires effective communication. In commercial landscaping, one aspect of transparency is knowing the scope of a project, which means clearly outlining your needs and budget, and then communicating and negotiating with the business you hire to get the job done. Without fine-tuning the scope, you can end up with unwelcome surprises, usually ones that have to do with time, money and how things are done, or not done. That gap between what you expect and what actually happens (also known as the scope gap), is something you want to avoid.