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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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25 Sep 2015
How To Avoid Problems Between Trees and Utility Lines

How To Avoid Problems Between Trees and Utility Lines

Utility services reach commercial properties through lines either above ground or planted underground. Although these services are stable and reliable, trees can interfere with utility services and cause problems for both tree health and utility service providers. In today's blog post, we'll look at how commercial property owners can avoid problems between their trees and nearby utility lines.

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31 Jul 2015
What Types of Trees Are Best For My Property?

What Types of Trees Are Best For My Property?

Commercial properties in Houston, regardless of their location, can benefit from the addition of healthy trees. When planted properly and regularly maintained, trees can offer decades of bountiful shade, majestic beauty, and stable property values. However, it's crucial to pick the right type of tree for your particular commercial, industrial or multi-use lot.

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24 Apr 2015
The Wrong Places To Plant Trees

The Wrong Places To Plant Trees

While trees are important assets to any commercial property, planting them in the wrong location can significantly diminish their long-term value, health, and beauty. The specific area chosen for tree planting might be ideal when the tree is young and not fully mature, but as it grows it may require much more soil, sunlight, and space in order to grow to its full potential. Today's blog post will look at three places that should never be considered when planting trees on commercial properties.

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07 Apr 2015
The Benefits of Having a Proactive Tree Care Provider

The Benefits of Having a Proactive Tree Care Provider

When it comes to hiring contractors or service providers, they can either be proactive in their work, or they can be reactive. Reactive contractors will typically only repair or maintain specific areas and will not look beyond the immediate issue. On the other hand, proactive contractors and service providers will often look at the entire situation and offer in-depth recommendations and analysis for long-term care and function. This is especially true in the area of tree care and tree maintenance.

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24 Mar 2015
Three Ways Tree Preservation Impacts Communities

Three Ways Tree Preservation Impacts Communities

As Houston continues to see additional developments and construction projects break ground, there are a growing number of existing shade trees in jeopardy of injury and tree death because of nearby construction. Thankfully, Houston project managers and property owners can preserve healthy shade trees with Tree Preservation services from LMC, and in the process positively impact their surrounding community. Today's blog post will focus on defining Tree Preservation, and three ways in which it can positively impact communities in the greater Houston area.

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23 Dec 2014
Three Ways Cabling and Bracing Trees Can Save Money

Three Ways Cabling and Bracing Trees Can Save Money

Owning a commercial property is an important investment, so property owners are often eager to protect their property health, beauty and value, especially for properties with shade trees. Cabling and Bracing is a tree care service that preserves tree health and helps property owners realize tremendous financial savings on a long-term basis. In today's blog post, we'll explain the Cabling and Bracing process, and three ways it can save property owners money.

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21 Nov 2014
Commercial property owners can be left in financial distress due to the unprofessional and unsafe work of amateur tree crews.

How Amateur Tree Trimmers Can Cause Trouble For Your Business

Many Houston business owners rely on contractors to help their business run smoothly and ensure that their company facilities are in excellent condition. Businesses depend on contractors for HVAC needs, plumbing issues, electrical repairs, and tree and landscape maintenance. However, hiring amateur tree trimmers and day laborers can cause major problems for business owners.

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14 Nov 2014
How To Choose The Best Landscape or Tree Contractor

How To Choose The Best Landscape or Tree Contractor

Americans enjoy the largest number of consumer options and service providers than ever before. People have a wide variety of choices in all arenas, whether they are car shopping, buying groceries, shopping at a clothing store, choosing insurance or even looking for service providers. Sometimes the abundance of choices and options can be overwhelming, so it's important to carefully examine all available options before making a decision. One area where Houston consumers have a wide variety of choices is with tree and landscape contractors.

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11 Nov 2014
Four Major Problems With Always Accepting The Lowest Bid

Four Major Problems With Always Accepting The Lowest Bid

When major projects arise on commercial or municipal properties, property owners and managers rely on outside contractors to submit Request For Proposal (RFP) bids to help them determine the best contractor to complete the task. Unfortunately, a significant percentage of property managers and owners simply choose the lowest priced bid, often with disastrous results. In today's blog post, we will look at four major problems that can occur when the lowest bid is the sole determining factor in awarding or granting a tree care or landscape contractor project.

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