Are Commercial Lawn Services Necessary For Property Owners?

Posted on May 12, 2016 8:00:00 AM by Stephanie Morgan

Are Commercial Lawn Services Necessary For Property Owners? | The Experienced GardenerBeing a property owner is a tough gig. You’ve got the lion’s share of the responsibilities, and it can be hard to keep track of them all. This could be your business, or maybe you own an apartment complex; regardless, there’s plenty of concerns. And while you’re trying to figure out finances or plan a remodel, do you also want to be bothered to deal with your landscaping?

You’re probably too busy for that, which will cause you to push this off or move it lower on the list of things to do. But that’s a mistake – and we’ll tell you why.

  • A Landscape is Your Business’ First Impression

Think about the last time you were looking for a business you’d never visited – you probably were staring at various buildings, looking for the address on the front. Which means you weren’t paying attention to the building itself. Besides, what are you going to look at anyway? The taupe, off-white, or other neutral-color that likely adorns the outside?

Nope. The first thing you’re going to notice is a green or yellow lawn, since those colors probably won’t be on the outside of the building. Green or yellow would be striking against that backdrop, and guess which one is better?

  • Are You Prepared to Deal With Weeds?

Do you even have the time? Because it’s definitely something you need to be concerned with. Weeds grow quickly and will overshadow and overpower your grass. Not only do weeds compete with grass for nutrients from the soil, they also will grow taller than your grass. That will allow the weeds to steal the sunlight, helping themselves while simultaneously hurting the lawn.

Fortunately, commercial lawn care services will include vegetation control, which means we’ll keep those weeds in check.

  • And We Can Protect You From Disease, Too

Tree and plant disease should be a constant concern for you, because they’re a constant concern for us. Fungal spores don’t even have to be found in your lawn: they can travel great distances thanks to wind. And the moment a tree or plant is affected, you need to take action. Plants can often be saved, if you know the appropriate actions to take. And we do.

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Topics: Commercial