As cooler weather finally leaves our area and we see a return of warmer temperatures, our commercial properties will soon need more water to help them with spring growth. For commercial property owners, irrigation systems can help supplement watering needs in between occasional rain showers, but they must be in good working condition to truly help plant life grow well. In today's LMC blog post, we look at three reasons why commercial property owners should have their irrigation systems inspected and tested.
As winter comes to an end, many are ready to welcome the warmer weather of spring and the arrival of green landscapes again. However, while people might welcome spring with open arms, our properties might not be quite ready for warmer weather and spring growth. Our LMC blog post today focuses on how your commercial property can be ready for the spring to ensure steady and stable growth throughout the year.
Finding and buying a commercial property can be challenging enough, but trying to maintain its beauty and health can be extremely difficult as well, especially in Houston's ever-changing climate. One of the biggest obstacles commercial property owners may face is how to deal with the constant battle of invasive weed growth. Weed growth can quickly overtake a healthy commercial lot, and become an all-consuming problem for property owners.
During these cooler winter months, it's common for our area to experience a blast of colder air, accompanied by strong winds. Although the colder air might be a welcome change, strong and gusty winds can wreak havoc on unprepared commercial properties, resulting in significant property damage. In today's LMC blog post, we look at exactly how strong winds can impact an unprepared commercial property, and how LMC can help your site be prepared.
Texas is home to many tree types, but few are as popular among local homeowners as crepe myrtles. They offer stunning beauty for many months of the year while also providing valuable shade. While many residential properties feature crepe myrtles, not all receive good care or maintenance. In today's Embark blog post, we look at some of the basic facts homeowners should know about their crepe myrtle trees and the proper way to maintain their health and beauty throughout the year.
The start of a new year is often a time of reflection and action as people and companies look to make improvements and perform long-overdue maintenance. Just like people and businesses, commercial properties can also benefit from New Year improvements and maintenance. In today's LMC blog post, we look at a few ways you can help your commercial property thrive in the new year for lasting health, beauty, and strength.
On many commercial properties in Texas, especially those with abundant shade, it's common to find groundcover plants as they provide curb appeal while requiring less maintenance than other plants. However, groundcover plants can be a negative addition to your commercial property if they're planted in the wrong area. In today's LMC blog post, we look at some of the pros and cons of groundcover plants and what might work best your property.
As we near the end of the calendar year, many businesses and commercial property owners are reviewing and finalizing budgets for the next year. While routine landscape maintenance is a normal budget item, it may also be time to consider adding landscape improvements into next year's budget for proactive reasons.
As the holiday season approaches, commercial properties will likely see an uptick in customers and guests, which can be great for business and revenue. However, it's essential that your property be as safe as it is welcoming to customers. Having a safe commercial property can result in a reduction in accidents, injuries, and liability claims for businesses. In today's LMC blog post, we look at a few ways you can have a safer commercial property this holiday season.
If you've worked or lived next to an area under construction, you know that construction projects can generate a lot of noise, debris, and even traffic delays. However, nearby construction can also result in damage to your own property, specifically the trees on your property. In today's LMC post, we look at three ways your own commercial or residential property could be harmed by neighboring construction projects, and what can be done to protect your trees from harm.