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01 Sep 2017
What Is Leaf Scorch?

What Is Leaf Scorch?

While we all want trees that are beautiful, healthy, and full of green foliage, the truth is that our trees can sometimes fall into poor health and display signs of distress. One of the most obvious signs that tree health is failing is when leaves turn brown and appear burnt, which is known as leaf scorch. In today's blog post, we explain the three types of leaf scorch that can impact trees, and what treatment options are available.

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25 Aug 2017
How To Protect Your Commercial Site From Storm Damage

How To Protect Your Commercial Site From Storm Damage

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With Hurricane Harvey rapidly approaching the Texas coast, businesses across the area are scrambling to make last-minute preparations and protect their structures, assets, and employees. However, commercial sites themselves need protection from severe weather conditions, as storms can inflict significant and costly damage on property trees, landscapes, and plants. In today's LMC blog post, we look at several ways commercial property owners can protect their sites from storm damage and protect their commercial property investment.

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18 Aug 2017
Four Signs Your Trees Need Maintenance Work

Four Signs Your Trees Need Maintenance Work

From afar, trees can appear in good health and relatively stable. However, a closer inspection can reveal problems ranging from the minor to the urgent, but many property owners don't look at their trees close enough to notice until it's too late and damage is done. The main issues are that property owners don't know to look at their trees on a regular basis, they don't know what signs to look for, or how to handle the issues they discover.

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04 Aug 2017
Three Threats To Your Commercial Lawns This Summer

Three Threats To Your Commercial Lawns This Summer

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When a company or developer purchases commercial real estate, they often have high expectations for the commercial landscape and how it should look. Commercial property owners want an attractive, welcoming landscape that is healthy and stable throughout the year. Unfortunately, summer brings additional threats to the health, beauty, and stability of Houston's commercial properties. In today's blog post, we look at the three biggest threats to commercial lawns in the summer, and how LMC can help reduce and eliminate these threats.

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21 Jul 2017
Can My Commercial Property Suffer By Hiring Amateur Landscapers?

Can My Commercial Property Suffer By Hiring Amateur Landscapers?

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When a commercial property owner is in need of Commercial Landscape Services, they'll often request bids from multiple companies and landscape contractors. Unfortunately, some businesses make the mistake of believing the cheapest option is always the best one. The reality is that commercial properties can and often do suffer because of poor care by amateur landscape contractors that low-bid on projects.

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07 Jul 2017
Three Ways Trees Can Help You Sell Your Home

Three Ways Trees Can Help You Sell Your Home

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When a homeowner decides to put their home on the market, the owner typically focuses on making the inside of the home look as appealing and welcoming as possible. They might go to the trouble of repainting, replacing fixtures and appliances, and even upgrading countertops and flooring. However, one of the most important parts of a home isn't found on the inside, but outside the home. Trees can play a tremendous role in attracting potential buyers and improving the overall aesthetic of the property.

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16 Jun 2017
How To Prep Your Trees For Hurricane Season

How To Prep Your Trees For Hurricane Season

No matter how much we prepare and protect our home or business during hurricane season, there will always be areas of our property that remain vulnerable to damages from hurricane-force winds and heavy rainfall. For example, our trees can be severely damaged or completely uprooted because of hurricane-force winds and torrential rainfall. Tree damage can have a significant financial impact to property owners, through the loss of valuable shade, decreased property value, increased utility bills, and even damages to nearby properties and structures.

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02 Jun 2017
Three Simple Ways To Transform A Commercial Property

Three Simple Ways To Transform A Commercial Property

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Some of the challenges that come with owning a commercial property are finding ways for the business to stand out from nearby companies, and attracting customers or visitors on a regular basis. While flags and banners might work at attracting attention, they don't last long and can quickly become a property eyesore. A more effective approach would be to transform the look of a commercial site through a few simple landscape improvements.

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19 May 2017
Three Ways To Have An Environmentally Friendly Commercial Landscape

Three Ways To Have An Environmentally Friendly Commercial Landscape

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Companies across the world are beginning to see the importance and impact of adopting sustainable, or environmentally friendly business practices in the workplace. As companies strive to become more "green" and promote the environment through various business initiatives, there is often one area overlooked in terms of sustainability: commercial landscapes. A sustainable commercial landscape can provide numerous ways for companies to protect the environment while also saving money and resources.

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05 May 2017
Three Signs Your Soil Might Be Unhealthy

Three Signs Your Soil Might Be Unhealthy

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Soil is the lifeline of a property, and commercial properties are only as healthy and stable as the soil surrounding trees, plants, and grass. However, many commercial property owners may be completely unaware that their soil is unhealthy until it's too late, and their property's healthy, beauty, and value suffers. Today's blog post looks at three signs that property soil might be unhealthy, and how these can be corrected with the services of a professional landscape company.

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