Commercial Landscaping with Staying Power: Consider Sticking with Dark Hues

Are you ready to perk up your commercial landscaping before 2017 arrives? This year saw an increasing number of businesses lean towards rainwater harvesting, rooftop gardens, native plants and no-fuss hardscapes. There was also an underlying interest in the use of darker colors, retro light fixtures and pollinators. These commercial landscaping trends may spill over[…]

Does Your HOA Maintenance Plan Consider Residents’ Justifiable, Zika Concerns?

Throughout May 2016, the world at large continued to talk about the Zika virus. And as the number of confirmed cases continues to rise, many groups are wondering if their HOA maintenance plan should take people’s infection risks into consideration. As it stands, there is no preventive vaccine or after onset cure Americans can count[…]

Irrigation Systems May Attract More Than Healthy Plants and Mischievous Kids

Plants and sweaty, mischievous kids are not the only ones that love irrigation systems They also attract ants, which can really wreak havoc on the system in several ways. The six-legged pests tend to gravitate towards the sprinkler heads for moisture. However, they will also colonize the soil around the tubing as well as take[…]

Special Requirements For Multi-family Property Landscaping Maintenance

There are many types of multi-family dwelling units: apartment buildings, duplexes, townhouses, and condominiums. Each type comes with its own special requirements, but they all also share some needs over that of a residential home. That’s why multi-family property landscaping maintenance is a specialized field. Here are just a few of the reasons that you[…]