Trees and lawns can be deceiving for owners. Although on the outside they might appear relatively healthy and stable, in reality they can be struggling to thrive and grow, and signs might not become visible to the owner until it's too late for the owner to intervene. Property health, and in particular soil health, should be a priority for all property owners to protect the beauty, value and health of their real estate investment. One way to help promote and protect property health is through soil aeration.
Commercial retail and industrial sites benefit from a wide variety of tree care and landscaping services, including lawn maintenance, tree trimming, tree planting, and irrigation installation and maintenance. Another kind of landscape service that offers tremendous benefits to commercial sites is vegetation management services. Unfortunately, many commercial property owners are unaware of the benefits of regular vegetation management, and how they can positively impact their commercial site.
In Houston, it's common for residential and commercial property owners to rely on landscapers to maintain their lawn and gardens throughout the year. However, some property owners make the mistake of allowing their amateur landscape crews to perform tree maintenance such as tree pruning and tree removal. In today's blog post, we'll look at three reasons why landscape crews should never be allowed to perform tree maintenance on residential or commercial properties.
In Houston, our warm climate and longer growing season means commercial properties need much more landscape and tree care maintenance throughout the year. Unfortunately for some business owners, these landscape maintenance costs can have a significant impact on their annual budget. However, there are four ways that business owners can improve their commercial landscape budget without sacrificing their property's beauty, health and value.
With fall weather finally making its way to Houston, many property owners are starting to see leaves fall from trees and tree growth slowing down. This cooler weather marks the ideal time to have trees pruned back, but some property owners and amateur tree crews go overboard with their tree pruning. In today's blog post, we'll look at the top three dangers that result from excessively pruning trees.
Homeowners Associations, commonly known as HOAs, are the governing body of a neighborhood, community or complex, and are tasked with making and enforcing neighborhood rules and deed restrictions. In addition, HOAs are also responsible for ensuring that the neighborhood landscaping, common green space, and surrounding trees are maintained. Unfortunately, some Houston area HOA's make poor decisions regarding the landscape and tree maintenance of their community, damaging curb appeal and threatening property values.
In any given season, property owners may have a variety of tree and landscape maintenance needs, or major repair or improvement projects to complete. Some property owners attempt these on their own, while others hire day laborers or other unskilled and amateur crews to complete the tasks. One common occurrence for these property owners is that they find themselves unable to finish their project on their own, or their amateur hired help leaves the project incomplete.
With fall officially here, many Houstonians are eager to spend more time in their backyard to enjoy the milder weather with family and friends. Unfortunately for some property owners, their backyard may be a source of frustration because of its poor condition or unsightly appearance, or even boredom because of their bland lawn with no beauty or amenities. In today's blog post, we'll discuss how, with a few simple changes, an ordinary or unkempt backyard can be transformed into a stunning, relaxing outdoor oasis.
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Retail and commercial property owners are always looking for ways to increase and retain their customer base and foot traffic, especially in Houston's competitive economy. The appearance and amenities of a commercial landscape can make or break a business, so it's imperative that commercial property owners and managers take advantage of opportunities to bring in more customers, particularly before a busy holiday shopping season.
Property ownership in the U.S. is both a privilege and an investment for owners. While there are many significant benefits to owning residential or commercial property, ownership also comes with regular landscape maintenance needs. Before purchasing residential or commercial property, it's important to evaluate the landscape and tree care needs of the property, and also secure a professional landscape and tree care company to handle the maintenance with safety, expertise and efficiency.