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29 Apr 2016
Why Businesses Need Healthy Trees On Their Property

Why Businesses Need Healthy Trees On Their Property

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Businesses rely on a variety of factors to improve their commercial property and attract more customers and visitors. For example, some businesses rely on attractive signage with stunning landscaping, while others choose unique designs and bold colors for their building. One simple factor that can go a long way in improving a commercial property, whether an office, retail space, restaurant, or apartment complex, is having healthy shade trees in abundance on the site.

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22 Apr 2016
How To Protect Your Commercial Property From The Next Big Storm

How To Protect Your Commercial Property From The Next Big Storm

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A devastating storm system recently pummeled the greater Houston area, resulting in a deluge of record-setting rainfall in a very short period and leaving behind thousands of flooded businesses and homes. While some businesses have the financial means and insurance coverage to recover quickly and reopen, others may take much longer because of the extent of the damages caused by heavy rainfall, flood damages, and even tree damage.

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15 Apr 2016
Four Keys to Smarter Water Management

Four Keys to Smarter Water Management

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When it comes to saving commercial property owners money, few property enhancements can be as effective as smart water management. A smart irrigation system offers property owners a significant and tangible return on their property investment while also ensuring the property remains healthy, welcoming, and vibrant. In today's blog post, we highlight four ways in which smart water management works to provide significant financial savings to commercial property owners and managers.

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08 Apr 2016
Ways To Keep Grass Healthy On Your Commercial Property, Part Two

Ways To Keep Grass Healthy On Your Commercial Property, Part Two

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In our previous blog post, we discussed ways to directly improve and protect the grass found on commercial properties, which is often overlooked in favor of maintenance for trees and landscape gardens. In part two of our series, we highlight three ways to indirectly strengthen and protect the grass on commercial properties, as well as improving the overall health, beauty and value of the property.

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01 Apr 2016
Ways To Keep Grass Healthy On Your Commercial Property, Part One

Ways To Keep Grass Healthy On Your Commercial Property, Part One

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Although trees, landscape gardens, and other property amenities often get the spotlight on a commercial property, grass is still a crucial part of a commercial property's aesthetic value and overall health. Without proper care and maintenance, commercial lawns can suffer and become a property eyesore. To address this issue, we begin a two-part series featuring ways to keep grass healthy and beautiful on your commercial property.

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25 Mar 2016
Improve Commercial Signage Visibility Using These Three Methods

Improve Commercial Signage Visibility Using These Three Methods

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Regardless of whether your business is located on a busy interstate, a high-traffic roadway, or a neighborhood street, clear commercial property signage is vital to the success and growth of businesses and industries of all sizes. Unfortunately, many commercial property owners are unaware that their business signage is not as visible and attractive as possible, and their business can suffer because of this. In today's blog post, we highlight three methods for improving commercial signage visibility and increasing curb appeal.

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18 Mar 2016
Preparing Commercial Properties For Growing Seasons

Preparing Commercial Properties For Growing Seasons

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Most of Texas experienced a much milder winter than in years past, and as a result, many commercial properties have been impacted. For example, some commercial landscapes have required more maintenance because of continued growth during the mild winter, and many deciduous trees have taken much longer to fully shed their leaves. In order to help commercial properties look their best this coming spring and summer, proactive measures need to be taken now in order to prepare landscapes and trees for the upcoming growing season.

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11 Mar 2016
How To Know If Your Tree Needs To Be Removed or Just Pruned

How To Know If Your Tree Needs To Be Removed or Just Pruned

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Trees are one of the most important aspects of a commercial or residential property, offering stunning beauty, valuable shade, and long-term value to the property. Unfortunately, over the course of a tree's life, various factors can impact their health, stability, and value, leaving property owners unsure of whether or not the tree should be removed. In today's blog post, we look at three critical questions to consider regarding trees on your commercial or residential property.

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04 Mar 2016
One Landscape Company To Handle It All

One Landscape Company To Handle It All

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Commercial property owners understand well the importance of having a healthy, well-maintained landscape, but managing all the needed services can be a daunting task. Too many commercial property owners and managers make the mistake of hiring different contractors for each area of the property, instead of hiring one commercial landscape services company to handle all property maintenance. In today's blog post, we'll look at the many benefits of hiring one landscape company to handle all tree and landscape projects for commercial properties.

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26 Feb 2016
It’s Not Too Late To Prune Your Trees

It’s Not Too Late To Prune Your Trees

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Our mild Houston winter means that spring is just around the corner, but not all trees are ready for the season of growth. One of the best ways to prepare residential and commercial trees for spring is to have them strategically pruned to remove broken or damaged branches and encourage healthy, stable growth. Although spring is almost here, it's not too late to have trees pruned to give them the best chance of success this spring and summer.

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