As warmer weather settles into Houston, area homeowners will find their lawn, gardens, and trees in need of more frequent maintenance due to the spring growth period. Unfortunately, many local property owners end up putting their health and safety at risk by attempting to handle their own lawn maintenance and tree care, especially during the brutal summer months.
From afar, a residential or commercial property might look like the pinnacle of health and beauty because of regular maintenance and beautiful landscaping. However, there may be hidden dangers threatening the health and beauty of a property. No matter how much time and energy we have invested in the health and beauty of our lawn and trees, the reality is that invasive insects and diseases can attack them at any time.
As Houston continues to see additional developments and construction projects break ground, there are a growing number of existing shade trees in jeopardy of injury and tree death because of nearby construction. Thankfully, Houston project managers and property owners can preserve healthy shade trees with Tree Preservation services from Embark, and in the process positively impact their surrounding community.
Houston homeowners often choose to sell their homes during the summer months, but the real preparation for selling a home begins in the spring as they make improvements such as painting, replacing roofs, upgrading fixtures, and installing new carpets. All these are done in the hopes of securing a quick sale, but there are also exterior improvements that can help speed up the sale of a home, especially in Houston's competitive real estate market. In today's blog post, we'll focus on three specific types of property improvements that can help homeowners sell their home much faster.
When it comes to residential and commercial properties, many owners simply choose an assortment of plants and trees with no regard to future growth or maintenance needs. Plants, flowers and trees are usually selected for their beauty and height, but there is not a landscape plan in place to account for future property needs. A professional landscape design or landscape plan can help property owners have a cohesive landscape that takes into consideration the owner's budget, future property needs, and aesthetic wishes for the property.
Companies throughout the greater Houston area are often looking for strategic partnerships that can be fiscally beneficial with lower risk. One of the ways businesses can make a strategic partnership that offers a variety of financial and property benefits is by choosing to work exclusively with professional landscape and tree care companies. In today's blog post, we'll look at four reasons why companies can benefit by avoiding the amateur, mom-and-pop landscapers and tree crews and instead choosing safe, efficient and professional tree care and landscape service providers.
In our information age, homeowners can find a wide variety of online resources to assist with all types of home repair and outdoor maintenance. While there are thousands of videos and step-by-step instructional guides to help homeowners perform home maintenance projects on their own, the reality is that there are many projects that should always be left to trained professionals due to high levels of danger or complexity.
In our previous blog post, we looked at three ways to prepare residential and commercial lawns for springtime growth. However, it's important to note that trees should never be overlooked when it comes to springtime preparation. Trees need just as much care and maintenance as lawns and gardens, especially if they are exotic, large, or valuable trees. In today's blog post, we'll highlight three specific ways trees should be prepared for spring growth to ensure optimal health and beauty.
Although cool weather is still lingering around Houston, the reality is that warm springtime weather is just around the corner. Much in the same way we prepare for spring by cleaning out our homes and putting away winter clothes, we can also prepare our lawns for spring. With just a few simple steps, residential and commercial lawns can be better prepared for spring growth.
Over the last few decades, there has been a growing concern about the human impact on the environment, with a strong emphasis on reducing carbon emissions, protecting rainforests, and preserving our natural landscapes and prairies. While some may protest against the idea of clearing brush and landscapes, in reality some landscape services can actually help our local environment. In today's blog post, we'll discuss Vegetation Management and how it can strengthen and improve our environment.