Commercial Landscaping Tip #1:
Maintain Attractive Curb Appeal At All Times
It's no surprise when people drive by your commercial property they make assumptions to the quality of your company, simply based on how your landscaping looks.
Too often, people judge a book by its cover… meaning, if your plants are over-grown, you have weeds in the sidewalks and flower beds, and your grass is overgrown and looks terrible, people will have a negative preconception about your company. First impressions are everything!
Also, if your curb appeal is lacking luster and you have the public littering and not caring about your property, you will increase your costs to get it cleaned up each day, week and month.
The pay-off to adding an attractive look to your property is simply respect from the buying public. They will use garbage cans and not think of throwing garbage on the ground.
They will appreciate the plants, trees and flowers creating good feelings about being there and coming back time after time.
Commercial Landscaping Tip #2:
Clear Visibility is Key
Seems obvious, but not always executed properly.
Way too many commercial properties are almost completely blocked by overgrown trees, shrubs and bushes, in some cases blocking their sign!
Visibility is a big deal when it comes to attracting new and existing traffic for your tenants.
Not to mention safety. Pulling into and out of your parking lot can become a serious safety issue, if the driver’s view is restricted due to overgrown bushes and trees.
Commercial Landscaping Tip #3::
Add Some Color
Incorporating color into your property attracts the eye of anyone walking into or by your property, and creates a pleasant feeling in general.
Commercial Landscape Design: A quick lesson in color theory will help you think differently about your commercial property, resulting in a more attractive property your consumers will come to enjoy.
Have a look at the spectrum of colors in basic color theory for design.
• Primary Colors: Red, Yellow, and Blue
• Secondary Colors: Greens, Purples and Oranges
• Tertiary Colors: Combinations of primary and secondary colors
• Neutral Colors: White, Grey and Silver – used for shading & depth.
Excel Commercial Maintenance's professional Landscaping Services include:
• Weekly lawn maintenance, including up keeping of flower beds
• Annual and Perennial plantings
• Spring and Fall clean-up
• Professional trimming and shearing of ornamental trees and shrubs
• Full turf management program: lawn fertilizer, pre and post emergent crabgrass control, fall power raking, fall core aeration, fall seeding, and granular shrub fertilization.
Please visit our website to learn more: http://www.ExcelCommercialMaintenance.com
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