Homeowner's Associations throughout Houston are tasked with maintaining property values and protecting the beauty and vitality of their communities.
For Houston area property owners, the approaching summer doesn't just mean the return of hot weather and pesky mosquitos, but also the beginning of hurricane season and severe summer storms. With hurricanes and summer storms come torrential rains, severe lightning and strong winds that can cause extensive damage.
In our information age, we can easily search the Internet for detailed instructions on how to do just about anything related to lawn maintenance and tree care. We can learn how to plant flowers, how to correctly apply mulch to our gardens, and the best time to plant vegetables and fruit.
Any property owner, whether residential or commercial, understands the critical need for regular watering of trees, lawns, and landscape gardens. However, what is not always understood is exactly how much water is needed to protect our property value and ensure the health and vitality of our trees and turf.
Over the last two years, property owners throughout the greater Houston area have faced an uphill battle against difficult drought conditions, leaving commercial and residential properties dry and damaged.
|An example of poor tree trimming by basic landscapers|
When we hire a company to perform a service for us, whether it's house painting, roofing, carpet-cleaning or landscape maintenance, we expect to receive quality services for the price we pay.
Spring weather is rapidly approaching the Houston area, and with it comes the need to prepare property for the new season to ensure maximum lawn and tree health throughout the year.
Residential and commercial property owners throughout the greater Houston area witnessed unprecedented drought conditions in 2011 and 2012, and many trees and properties were impacted.