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Commercial landscaping maintenance involves the regular care and upkeep of the outdoor areas surrounding your commercial property. This includes tasks such as mowing lawns, trimming bushes and trees, fertilizing plants, weeding, pest control, and general cleanup. The purpose of commercial landscaping maintenance is to ensure that the exterior of the commercial space looks attractive and well-maintained, which can enhance the overall image of your business and create a positive first impression for visitors and customers.
The frequency and scope of these services can vary depending on the needs and budget of the property owner or manager. Some commercial properties may require weekly maintenance, while others may only need monthly or seasonal services.
Before designing a landscaping plan, our team will perform a site analysis to understand the environment, the soil type, and the weather patterns in the area. This helps us create a plan that is tailored to the specific needs of the property.
Total Maintenance Pro’s commercial landscaping experts will use their knowledge and experience to create a landscape design that is both functional and aesthetically pleasing. They will consider the property’s intended use, traffic flow, and branding requirements to create a design that aligns with your goals.
Our team has an in-depth knowledge of plants and their growth requirements. They will select plants that are appropriate for the environment and the intended use of the space. They will also consider factors such as maintenance requirements, drought tolerance, and pest resistance.
In addition to plant selection, our experts will also consider the use of hardscaping elements such as walkways, retaining walls, and water features. These elements can add visual interest and functionality to the landscape design.
We will also be responsible for ongoing maintenance of the landscape design. This includes tasks such as watering, fertilizing, pruning, and pest control. We will also monitor the health of the plants and address and issues that arise.