Houston is home to thousands of different companies and small businesses across various industries and specialties. Although many businesses exist within a single industry, their overall customer service, work quality, and professionalism can vary greatly. So, how can consumers know which company to work with when there are so many choices in the field? In today's blog post, we will examine what sets LMC Services apart from its competitors, and how customers can benefit by choosing LMC for their commercial landscape and tree care services.
Schools are meant to be safe learning environments for both students and faculty, and campuses across the country have improved safety measures to prevent accidents or injuries from occurring and harming students and staff. However, there are still dangerous areas outside of school campuses where teachers and pupils can be harmed, but proactive measures can help reduce the likelihood for injury or accidents. Today's blog post looks at three specific ways school campuses can be made safer for students and staff.
As with all other industries and businesses, technology has made a huge impact in the world of landscape maintenance and tree care, specifically with the efficiency and safety of the industry. For example, tree pruning is no longer performed with just axes or handsaws, and commercial properties are not maintained with herds of grazing livestock. Although technology has made tree and landscape care easier, not all companies embrace or utilize technological advances to improve their quality of services or overall efficiency.
When it comes to landscaping and shade trees, most people assume they only serve purposes such as providing shade or hiding unsightly areas of a property. In fact, beautiful shade trees and stunning landscaping can provide a bounty of benefits to properties and individuals, particularly those working at or recovering in medical or treatment facilities.
Throughout the business world, it has become much more common to see businesses promote themselves as a "green" company, or to start initiatives to protect environmental resources and conserve energy. Although it is encouraging to see more companies adopting more environmentally friendly practices, some businesses do little more than just promote themselves as a "green" or "eco-friendly" company, and don't actually implement any changes or take steps towards protecting our fragile environment.
Hurricane season lasts from June 1 to November 30, but during that time most Houstonians only hear about personal preparations for hurricane season, such as stocking up on water, non-perishable foods, flashlights, first aid kits, and other equipment needed in case of power outages. Hurricane experts might also suggest boarding up windows and doors to prevent further property damage, but few actually mention preparing the exterior property for hurricane season, besides bringing in pets and small plants.
Churches and places of worship often become cornerstones of their local neighborhood, offering both residents and nearby businesses a peaceful place to gather and build community with one another. While churches and religious centers can provide a sanctuary of hope and peace inside, the outside property can often be uninviting or even unsafe for visitors and members. Neglecting the exterior property of a house of worship can impact the church, and the neighboring community, in a negative way.
Older companies may find themselves in a place of stagnant growth and instability as they struggle to increase revenue and reach new customers. However, improvements and enhancements to their product or services can greatly improve their business outlook. Many commercial properties operate much in the same way, as a tired and outdated commercial landscape can benefit significantly from property enhancements and improvements. Today's blog post looks at three reasons why a commercial property would be in need of landscape enhancements.
Some regions of the country have a limited number of trees and plants that grow well due to harsh climates or soil issues. However, Texas is home to thousands of plant and tree varieties because of our warmer climate and longer growing season. Because of our region's tree and plant diversity, it is absolutely necessary to make sure that landscape and tree care service providers are able to thoroughly care for all tree and plant varieties within our area.
Trees in the greater Houston area face a plethora of threats and dangers to their immediate and long-term health. While some tree threats are due to a lack of routine maintenance or poor workmanship from amateur tree crews, a majority of tree threats come directly from Mother Nature. In today's blog post, we take an in-depth look at one of the natural causes of tree damage, which is flooding. We also discuss methods for protecting trees or minimizing tree damages from devastating floodwaters.