Commercial property owners take great precautions to ensure the safety of their company assets, their employees, and their buildings. One way commercial property owners can increase property safety is through Right of Way Clearance Services. Right of Way Clearance is the removal of brush, overgrown grass and invasive weeds from common areas such as driveways, property perimeters, railway access points, and utility areas.
Property owners take many precautions to keep their homes and businesses safe, such as installing alarm systems, purchasing fire extinguishers, and developing safety strategies in case of emergencies. However, property owners can increase the security of themselves and their property by having professional landscaping and tree care maintenance on a regular basis. A professional tree and landscape service company will ensure that your lawn, trees and garden remain beautiful and in optimal health.
For commercial property owners, maintaining a beautiful lawn can often be a grueling process, especially with Houston's hot summers and high humidity. One of the most difficult parts of keeping a property green and healthy is maintaining a proper watering schedule. Houston's lawns, gardens and trees require regular watering to stay healthy, grow and gain vital nutrients to endure the hot temperatures. The simple solution to keeping properties healthy and watered is the installation of an automated irrigation system.
Tree removal from a commercial property can have a major impact on the aesthetic, environmental and economic value of the land. Whether the tree removal is by choice, or due to natural causes, it can leave a void in the landscape that reduces overall appeal and transforms the future of the property. Rather than leave an unattractive, empty space on the property, owners can makeover their commercial property after a tree removal to protect financial values as well as improving the look and health of the property.
In addition to high temperatures and sweltering humidity, Houstonians also have to contend with mosquitos and other invasive insects during the summer. However, there are proactive steps commercial property owners can take to reduce the presence of mosquitos and other insects through the Houston summer months. Property owners and their customers, guests and vendors can enjoy their exterior spaces without being subjected to painful bites and stings from invasive pests.
This week, the Houston area received substantial amounts of rainfall, causing widespread street flooding, power outages, and overflowing creeks and bayous in various parts of the city. Although many businesses were spared major flooding and property damage, there are thousands of properties throughout Houston now dealing with large pools of standing water in their commercial lots, industrial sites, and apartment complexes.
Because of our diverse economy, Houston is home to a large number of businesses in the food, oil, gas and chemical industries. These properties require a tremendous amount of worksite safety procedures to protect employees as well as nearby property, equipment and inventory. However, it is just as important to secure the exterior areas of a property through proper landscape and tree care maintenance. Proactive Vegetation Management can further protects employees, company structures, and nearby wildlife.
Businesses and commercial property owners are always on the search for new and inventive ways to attract more customers, tenants, and positive feedback. Some businesses opt for catchy advertising, while others might utilize giveaways or other gimmicks. However, businesses and commercial property owners can easily attract new customers, tenants, and positive attention through stunning commercial landscaping and beautiful shade trees.
In our previous blog post, we looked at how LMC's commitment to excellence results in hiring the best individuals as LMC crew members. That constant strive for excellence and total customer satisfaction also drives LMC to always put safety first. LMC's crew stays safe while performing dangerous projects, and customers and their property remain protected as well.