3 Commercial Landscaping Tips to Remember This Season

It is in our nature to perceive things we encounter at face value. If we come across commercial properties with ill-maintained facilities and concrete, the urge to steer ourselves in the opposite direction arises. When we see nourished lawns and stimulating landscaping, there is a greater desire to invest our time and finances at the establishment.

Representing your company well from every perspective is essential—and the outdoor view is included, too. Employ these simple, practical tips to keep your commercial property’s best face forward and operating at its greatest potential this season:

Keep the Landscape Groomed

Freshly mown lawns, well-maintained shrubs, and de-weeded walking paths help direct the flow of people toward your facility entrance. Lawn mowing should be completed weekly.

Add a Pop of Color

A healthy, seasonal blend of florals and greenery provides stimulation to the eye and looks intriguing to those passing by. Bright flower arrangements invoke feelings of happiness and draw people to your property.

Maintain Cleanliness

Keep the grounds and parking area well maintained. These areas should be free of litter and foliage debris as much as possible. Cleanliness gives the impression of organization.

Add Seating

Setting up an area for your customers to sit and enjoy your well-maintained property is another excellent business strategy. Strategically placed benches or patio table sets will encourage your clients to relax and feel comfortable on your grounds.

Add an Irrigation or Sprinkler System

Adding an irrigation or sprinkler system to your commercial property will help you properly care for and maintain your landscape. The proper amount of water is crucial for your commercial landscapes to thrive, and the right irrigation products work best when customized for your type of plants, trees, grass, and climate.

Contact Bumgardners Landscape Management

Bumgardners Landscape Management is ready to provide complete, affordable landscaping maintenance and management for your commercial property this season and for seasons to come. Contact us today for more information.