In Texas, shade trees are some of the most valuable parts of a commercial or residential property because of the beauty they add and the shade they provide. However, trees can become unstable either because they aren't planted properly, or they suffer weather damage and environmental stress. In today's LMC blog post, we discuss some ways to help make trees more stable on commercial and residential properties to prevent further damage or tree toppling.
People want beautiful trees that offer shade and aesthetic curb appeal, but no one ever wants the damages and expenses that can come from excessive tree growth or tree debris. Unfortunately, there are instances where the damages caused by trees far outweighs the benefits they provide to property owners. Today's LMC blog post highlights three ways to help reduce or completely avoid property damage from trees, and how proactive tree care can help.
It can be difficult to keep your commercial property healthy, especially with the challenges of high temperatures and inconsistent rainfall during the summer. One of the things that can help is to prevent or reduce some of the landscape and tree threats that could jeopardize your commercial property. In today's LMC blog, we'll look at three things to prevent on your commercial property this summer to ensure a beautiful landscape and healthy trees.
During the busy growing season for commercial properties, it is important to have regular landscape and tree care maintenance to ensure plant life is healthy and beautiful. However, not all commercial landscape companies provide the same level of service or care for lawns, trees, and plants, so it's important to understand the distinctions between professional and amateur landscape companies.
Anyone living or working along the Gulf Coast knows that summers can be brutal for people and their property. This is especially true for commercial properties, which tend to be larger and require more maintenance and care throughout the year. With record-high temperatures and drought-like conditions forecast for our area weeks ahead of schedule, it's best to prepare commercial properties now so they can survive and thrive during the harsh summer conditions.
First impressions make a difference, especially in the business world. Companies often strive to present their best to existing and potential clients, but a poorly maintained commercial property can undermine their efforts and create a lasting negative impression. In our LMC blog for today, we encourage business owners to step back and consider what visitors might see first when entering their commercial property.
Texas is home to hundreds of different tree species, from oaks and pines to citrus and pecan trees. However, few trees stand out for their exotic beauty and shape quite like the palm tree. While palm trees can grow exceptionally well in our humid climate, their tree maintenance may differ greatly from other tree types found in our region. In today's LMC blog post, we discuss three ways to help keep these valuable and beautiful trees in optimal health throughout the year.
Houston is home to hundreds of school campuses and educational facilities across our area. These include public, private, charter, and parochial schools, and range from preschools all the way up to colleges and universities. With each of these educational facilities and campuses, it's essential to have landscapes that are safe as well as beautiful for students, faculty, and visitors to enjoy. In today's LMC blog post, we'll discuss three ways to enhance and improve landscapes on school campuses.
When it comes to improving the look of a commercial property, the typical method is through the installation of seasonal flowers or by planting trees. However, shrubs can play an important role in transforming a commercial landscape, as long as the right types are planted in strategic locations. In today's LMC blog post, we'll look at a few ways shrubs might be the ideal addition to your commercial property, and why they might be a better choice than simply more trees or flowers.
With the official start of spring just a couple of weeks away, commercial properties will soon display signs of growth again after a few dormant months of winter. However, not all commercial properties are ready to welcome in this new season. Properties that aren't prepared and ready for spring could experience stunted growth and poor health throughout the spring and summer months.