As we begin a New Year, many people begin making their New Year's resolutions, whether it's to start exercising, quit smoking, eat healthier meals, donate more to charity, or spend more time with their family. Most resolutions revolve around personal decisions and habits, but a new year is the perfect opportunity to assess other areas, such as work habits, financial goals, and even property health. A majority of commercial property owners could benefit by making New Year's Resolutions to improve their property to increase its health, beauty and value.
In our previous post, we discussed how commercial property owners have many choices when it comes to landscape maintenance, and how they fall into the categories of the Good, the Bad and the Ugly. Today's blog post will highlight the Good, Bad and Ugly tree service companies for commercial property owners.
Many commercial property owners understand that in order to maintain the health, beauty and value of trees, they must be well cared for throughout the year. Attentive tree care maintenance includes regular watering, mulching and tree pruning. However, too much maintenance in any of these three areas can easily lead to severe tree damage and possibly even tree death.
There are many safety factors to consider when construction work is being performed, particularly on commercial sites or industrial areas. Construction crews must consider necessary zoning and building permits, construction safety for the site and their crew, and also nearby utilities lines for water, gas and electricity. However, one area construction crews often overlook is the safety of nearby trees and landscapes, which can be severely damaged during construction projects.
In today's economy, consumers are given a large number of choices for nearly every spending decision they make. There are a myriad of providers and vendors for every kind of industry, and while having lots of choices can be a great thing, if you are not a well-informed consumer, you may end up making a choice that costs you more time and money than necessary.
If you own a commercial property, you understand the importance of keeping your property well maintained. When customers, employees, or passersby drive past your lot, you want your property to make a positive impression, and not be an eyesore or area nuisance.